Truly dire cockney sibling drama with Ewan McGregor and Colin Farrell
Heston headlines Peckinpah's 'lost-masterpiece', now restored to near glory
19 years since he last donned the Fedora, an older and slightly creakier Dr Jones is back...
Intimate, lyrical drama of small-town American feud
Two-disc version of classic 1973 film, starring Malcom McDowell
High-school comedy, not as funny as the film it apes, stars Robert Downey Jr
Frustratingly slight, periodically fine US ensemble piece with Sarah Jessica Parker and Dennis...
Tony Palmer's magisterial documentary series, unseen since the late 70s
Stylised gangster legend which launched the New Hollywood
Giving new meaning to the term: sixth-form drama
The Marvel comic done in bombastic style, starring Robert Downey Jr and Jeff Bridges
Striking documentary finds the dark art at the heart of the Joy Division story
Minus the shock factor, and the subversion – could it still be funny?
The birth pangs of rock’n’roll, re-imagined by John Sayles, starring Danny Glover
Judd Apatow stable mines comedy gold from guy getting dumped
Bold coming-of-age cartoon, set against the backdrop of the Iranian revolution, voiced by Catherine...
Mike Leigh discovers optimism in cheerful London tale
Belgium hosts Colin Farrell and Ralph Fiennes in violent black comedy
At last! Scorsese's stunning live concert film of The Rolling Stones
Belated release for Steve Buscemi's oddball romcom
The story of Drake as an uncompromising musical visionary is told by Joe Boyd, John Wood, Richard Thompson, Ashley Hutchings, Beverley Martyn and more who knew the singer-songwriter.
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Reviewed: Kate Bush, Hammersmith Apollo, August 27, 2014
Neil Young: back in the recording studio
Bob Dylan to release complete Basement Tapes sessions
Kate Bush plays her first live show in 35 years
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The Beatles’ engineers forced to make new master to save original "sticky, sludgy" Please Please Me tapes
Morrissey announces European tour dates
Ryan Adams: “Smoking pot saved my ass”
Morrissey's World Peace Is None Of Your Business removed from iTunes and Spotify
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