The new Charlie’s Angels, like far too many other films this year, is not unenjoyable but has barely anything going on under the surface.
Although well-intentioned and full of evident promise, Blue Story sees Rapman buckling under the weight of overstretched ambition and insufficient experience.
The third official clipping. album is the project’s best yet but still finds them frustratingly far from true greatness.
Whilst easily their best work post-reformation, Beneath the Eyrie is still a plodding, repetitive, dull work by a band who used to mean more.
The Center Won’t Hold is Sleater-Kinney’s weakest record since Call the Doctor. It’s still pretty goddamn great, though.
JT LeRoy actively avoids exploring its fascinating true story both thematically and dramatically to instead put out a bog-standard hit-piece.
IDW’s GLOW tie-in series wraps up its first arc in predictable yet immensely satisfying style.
Occasionally inelegant though it may be, Hobbs & Shaw yet again sees the venerable Fast & Furious series successfully refreshing itself through another genre hop.
IDW’s pot-sweetening one-shot provides a fun if slightly frivolous interpretation on the GLOW formula.
Australia’s fastest-rising rock band take The Leadmill by storm.