If it was an episode of Friends, they would have called it 'The One With The Friends Reunion'.
Film review: OK, I stayed right to the end, but I have to say it was a rather insipid experience with little drama.
Film review: Charming and seamless, but the downside is Woody Allen has not spent enough time in prep.
As an exchange of ideas, Living With The Enemy is a bust. But as a study in human nature, it’s fascinating.
When we switch on the box, some surprising topics are cropping up.
Welcome to the obsessive, every-so-slightly bonkers and very influential world of 21st century fandom.
To the true connoisseur of sporting intrigue and athletic drama, the week before the finals may provide more excitement than the finals themselves.
The knives are already out and the episode hasn't even been on for 30 seconds. We open with a tearful Jessica – a woman who is competing against other women for the affections of a tall real estate agent – because the ladies are upset she kissed said agent. It's appears these ladies do not understand the point of this show. WHICH IS TO KISS BLAKE.
Martin Scorsese has been linked to a film about the New York punk band The Ramones, planned for a 2016 release to mark the 40th anniversary of their debut album.
All Schools Football Championship match between NSW and Victoria