The other things Taylor Swift writes about that has nothing to do with Harry Styles, Jake Gyllenhaal or any of her ex-boyfriends
Taylor Swift is one of those celebrities so famous that even if you don’t listen to her music, you probably know something about her. Usually, the assumption is, “Isn’t she the one who always writes songs about her boyfriends?”
The world’s first fully oil-painted animation Loving Vincent: a must-Gogh film for art lovers [Review]
Loving Vincent is an aesthetic, dreamy, captivating and poignant cinematic work of art like no other
More responsive, better kissers and willing to learn new tricks, there are many reasons why dogs (and not cats) are man's best friend.
In star-studded 'Murder on the Orient Express', Kenneth Branagh proves self-indulgence is detrimental to a film's success [Review]
The director and star focuses more on Hercule Poirot's character, leaving actual murder in the background
If your parents suddenly announced that you were packing up and moving to a town called “Perfect”, you, you might hear a few alarm bells ringing. Violet Brown has no desire to move house, thank you very much.
I’ll come out and say it – Rebel in the Rye is a disappointing film. Even if you’re a fan of JD Salinger’s classic novel, this film about the author’s life will feel like a drag on your time.
Imagine what it was like to be a female tennis player in the 70s, and be awarded a lot less than a male tennis player.
Upon the release of her eighth studio album, Meaning Of Life, American Idol winner Kelly Clarkson sounds like she’s stuck 15 years in the past as a contestant on the talent show.
Stereophonics may have been playing it safe on their past few records, but on their 10th album, Scream Above The Sounds, the Welsh rock band show they’ve still got something to say.
Sudanese rapper J.Mag on his early influences and collaborating with rising Chinese rap group Higher Brothers
Growing up in the Middle East, he was the only kid rapping in English.