Day: March 31, 2015

London

London’s Best Restaurant Openings – April

  By Jonathan Hatchman, Food Editor, @TLE_Food   Chick ‘n’ Sours – Dalston Set to open in Dalston on April 17th, Chick 'n' Sours is Carl Clarke’s brand new Chicken restaurant, but a little different from the rest of the area’s cheap and cheerful Chicken shops. First off, all of ...

Film

Get On Up – VOD/DVD Review

By Anna Power  @TLE_Film Editor “ I take it, I take it and I flip it.” James Brown Get On Up is a moving and suitably energetic homage to the legend that was James Brown, The Godfather of Soul. Much more than a rags-to-riches tale and avoiding the usual drab ...

Horrible Bosses 2

Horrible Bosses 2 – Vod Review

By Stephen Mayne @finalreel As anyone with even a passing knowledge of science knows, you have to test a theory to prove it stands up.Horrible Bosses 2 does just that, stepping determinedly forward to add further weight to the already overwhelming body of evidence suggesting sequels yield diminishing returns. Sean ...

Interstellar

Interstellar – Vod/DVD Review

By Anna Power, Film Editor @TLE_film Christopher Nolan fans will delight at the loopy, lustrous, pyrotechnic vision that is Interstellar but will the narrative hold up by comparison? Set in the near future, in a period of post climate-change meltdown and pre-apocalyptic collapse, we find the inhabitants of Earth (those ...

Thai Square Spa

Thai Square Spa: Mother of Pearl Body Scrub

By Charlotte Hope, Lifestyle Editor @TLE_Lifestyle  I went to South East Asia when I was eighteen, on a trailblazing gap year through Thailand, Australia and Singapore, a route no youth enjoying a year out before university had ever taken before. Something I rarely tell people when I extol the virtues ...

London Tube

Lifehack London: new services to help busy urbanites

By Charlotte Hope, Lifestyle Editor @TLE_Lifestyle The life of the typical Londoner is notoriously busy, so busy in fact, that even the simplest tasks can seem like an impossible feat. That last minute business proposal you’ve been called in to draft means that the ominous and ever expanding pile of ...

Altman - Film Review

Altman – Film Review

By Stephen Mayne  @finalreel By my count Robert Altman made five clear-cut masterpieces, of which one – McCabe & Mrs. Miller (1971) – is about as perfect as is possible in the medium. Ask other people and you’ll get different lists and different favourites. He was that kind of artist. ...