Efraim Diveroli, the ungainly, socially awkward miscreant at the centre of War Dogs, surrounds himself with paraphernalia from the movie Scarface.
Divided into chapters with a preamble just like a story book, Noem My Skollie brings home the idea that we make ourselves through story
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Melancholic and beautiful, The Light Between Oceans is a languid love story that will have you reaching for the tissue box.
A Q & A with ML Stedman, author of The Light Between Oceans.
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Revenge really is a tasty dish best served cold
The Mechanic Resurrection promise guns, babes and martial arts mayhem. We expected no less
Spacey's pedigree wasted on a cat-astrophe
Crew boldly go into new territory
Qubeka's acting is the peace de resistance
An unconvincing look at the perils of social media
Technophobic horror tale that plays it by the book
An unforgettable, visually astounding quest
It's an own goal for biopic of Brazilian soccer legend