THE latter Fast & Furious films offer a viewing experience akin to watching a big-screen feed of a frenetically paced hi-tech computer game to which recognisable Hollywood names and the odd rapper have lent their digital likenesses.
A VIRTUOSO vocal performance from Alec Baldwin as a tyrannical infant, who wears a black business suit, carries a briefcase and pulls the wool over the eyes of his sleep-deprived adult handlers, almost carries Tom McGrath's colourful computer-animated fantasy to full term.
BORN and raised in Amherst, Massachusetts, where she spent most of her adulthood and died at the age of 55 in 1886 from Bright's disease, poet Emily Dickinson evaded the grubby fingers of fame in her reclusive lifetime.
A TV series about a bionically enhanced detective who can literally "see the truth" is the kind of ludicrous proposition which would have struggled to make it to air even during the golden age of action-adventure television in the 1970s and early 80s.
ESSEX-born film-maker Ben Wheatley gets into a Reservoir Dogs groove with this giddily entertaining shoot-out set in a 1978 Boston warehouse that draws blood with breathless action sequences as well as verbal grenades.