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Gail Adcock at the cinema: Cinderella review

No swashbuckling, shoot-’em-up or superhero antics this week. Instead sisters are doin’ it for themselves and bringing girl power by viewing, well, the er, totally brand new retelling of Cinderella actually.


Geoff Cox’s DVD reviews: Predestination, Penguins Of Madagascar, Ribbit, Get On Up

A time-travelling secret agent journeys back and forth through history in search of a bomber who has eluded him throughout his career in sci-fi thriller PREDESTINATION (15: Signature).

Nintendos chief executive, Satoru Iwata, unveiled NX plans Photo: Koji Sasahara

Console Corner: What’s NeXt for Nintendo?

It may be a fair few years away from reality but the big gaming news this week is that Nintendo has revealed it has a new “gaming platform” in production.


Matt Adcock at the cinema: Insurgent review

In the near future, a girl named Tris (Shailene Woodley) is on a mission to stand against the corrupt draconian government led by the evil Jeanine (Kate Winslet).


Head gardener at Luton Hoo Walled Garden, Mary Baker’s tips on work for the Spring garden

With the return of spring the garden is really the place to be.

Do believe the hype: Bloodborne

Bloodborne: Do believe the hype

Another PlayStation 4 exclusive hits the shelves next week but this time it looks set to live up to the hype.


Geoff Cox’s DVD reviews: Interstellar, St Vincent, Horrible Bosses 2

Christopher Nolan, the director who explored the tortured psyche of Batman in the Dark Knight trilogy and the subconscious mind in Inception, now goes to infinity and beyond with cosmic epic INTERSTELLAR (12: Warner).

Liam Neeson in Run All Night

Matt Adcock at the cinema: Run All Night review

It’s hard to review an action crime thriller starring Liam Neeson these days without comparing it to Taken, which reset the gold standard for them in 2008, writes Matt Adcock.

Alistair Burt

Alistair Burt MP: Bringing rural 5% up to speed

How our world has changed. In what seems a blink of an eye we have gone from hearing of the internet and broadband as a marvel, to wondering how we can join its privileged club, to it being a necessity.

Tom Hardy and dog in The Drop

Geoff Cox’s DVD reviews: The Drop, The Homesman, Paddington, No Good Deed

James Gandolfini had already laid the ghost of iconic TV Mob boss Tony Soprano to rest with his final film before his death in the summer of 2013.


Matt Adcock at the cinema: Chappie review

Meet Chappie (motion captured Shalto Copley) who, in the near future, becomes a walking, talking ‘real’ Robocop, writes Matt Adcock.

My Old Lady

Geoff Cox’s DVD reviews: My Old Lady; The Skeleton Twins; The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1; Pride

Maggie Smith makes the most of the success of TV’s Downton Abbey by playing another wealthy dowager in comedy drama MY OLD LADY (12: Curzon).

It Follows

Matt Adcock at the cinema: It Follows review

Meet lovely young 19-year-old Jay (Maika Monroe). She’s scared for her life and for good reason, writes Matt Adcock.