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Martin SpiceIf your idea of Paris is pavement cafes, accordion music, the Eiffel Tower and high-end

Hilarious & thought-provoking pageant tale

Sharil Dewa"All I can think about is escape. "First come the opening volley of mimosas and

First Man

Renuka VyavahareFirst Man follows American astronaut Neil Armstrong over the nine years leading up to his

A grim sketch portraying the ordeal of Rohingyas

Mahfuz Ul Hasib Chowdhury substantiates a penetrative research work on the Rohingya cataclysmThe Rohingya crisis is one

'Venom': Who needs Spidey anyway?

Remember Spider-Man 3? Remember the black suit Spidey wore, which turned our hero Peter Parker into an arrogant

The Post

A newsroom can be an intoxicating place to be in. On certain days, tickets could be sold to

Big themes at play in wise 'Smallfoot'

Cute kids tale, featuring the voices of Channing Tatum, Common and more, works on several levelsAdam Graham

Kevin Hart and Tiffany Haddish mostly fail at Night School

Peter HowellNight School appears to have been the result of a back-of-the-envelope calculation: Tiffany Haddish +

Scots and Catalans: Union and Disunion review

Jerry White In many ways, JH Elliott's book Scots and Catalans: Union and Disunion, is timely.

Telling youngsters about Bangladesh's space conquest

AFM Modasser Ali's book "Bangabandhu Satellite Ke Jano" is one of the latest literary resources for children in

'Crazy Rich Asians'

Adam Lubitow It's been 25 years since a film telling a contemporary story centered on an

Unravelling Ariadne's ball of red thread

Michael O'LoughlinThe story of Daedalus, Ariadne, Theseus and the Minotaur in his Labyrinth runs through western

'Normal People': Sally Rooney is one of us

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