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Can you solve Einstein’s famous riddle?
Albert Einstein, who wrote the brain teaser when he was just a child, believed only 2% of people could solve it. Put your logic to the test and find out just how clever you are!
It’s analogue vs digital in sci-fi revenge thriller 'Upgrade'
'Upgrade' brims with intelligent, well executed ideas, and harks back to the glory days of low-budget 1980s science-fiction
The other side of motherhood: 'Tully' film review
Charlize Theron and Mackenzie Davis turn in a lovely couple of performances in the quietly affecting 'Tully'
Simon Baker’s film adaptation of Tim Winton’s 'Breath'
Simon Baker adapts Tim Winton’s award-winning coming of age novel, 'Breath', with exceptional results.
'The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society' film review
The best-selling novel gets an unsentimental adaptation.
'The Party' film review: a heady mix of politics and resentment
'The Party' may not be Sally Potter’s most interesting film, but it may well be her most accessible.
Misbehaving children of the revolution: 'The Death of Stalin' review
Armando Iannucci’s 'The Death of Stalin' manages the borderline feat of respecting history while mercilessly skewering it.
Zelda Fitzgerald: a creative voice curtailed who speaks to our cultural moment
Zelda and F. Scott Fitzgerald embody almost every hyperbole of early 20th-century American prosperity - we take a look at the continued fascination with Zelda Fitzgerald and her partnership with one of the most celebrated writers in history
'The Mercy' film review
A new film starring Colin Firth presents a fictionalised account of an amateur yachtsman's attempt to circumnavigate the globe single-handedly
Why 'Call the Midwife' satisfies our enduring need for heroic stories of fertility and birth
Call the Midwife is a ratings success. Nostalgic and sentimental, but equally as frank, this kind of storytelling is rooted in a much older narrative form: the fairy tale