Kind hearts, big friendship and a love of snacks and dancing made David Mirkin’s 1997 comedy a solid fave. Does it still do it for Ashley Davies 20 years on? Let’s fold scarves!
30 years since the Coen brothers’ madcap tale of a babynapping gone wrong, Hannah Dunleavy gets stuck in to a bonafide quirk-o-rama.
Twenty years after its release, Vix Leyton asks if Texas’s bestselling album has stood the test of time.
It’s Groundhog Day, so it seemed only reasonable to make Abigail Burdess watch Bill Murray being stuck in a time loop. Again.
Quentin Tarantino’s first paid writing assignment is 20 this month. How do the tits, teeth and that tattoo stand up? Karen Campbell investigates.
Twenty years since John Cusack’s hitman Martin Q Blank looked for redemption at a school reunion, Ashley Davies revisits the film to find out if it’s still bang on target.
Christmas films will dominate screens every which way in the coming days. Sooz Kempner diverts from her seasonal routine to revisit the Muppets of Christmas past and see if they’re still a present worth having.
In the run-up to the big tinselly bang, our writers check out some celluloid classics. Does Raymond Briggs’ magical tale still melt Abi Bliss’s heart?
Forty-five years since Hal Ashby’s deeply dark comedy was released, Amanda Trickett doffs her cap to a strong and complex older woman who, shock, horror, is also a sexual being.
The tale of Michael Caine’s Jack the lad turned 50 this year. We asked Jess Fostekew to watch and see how time has treated it.