Matt Damon returns to his defining role in this passable reboot of the Bourne franchise
Every Day Is A New Day
The key to understanding [a]Diana Ross[/a] is that she's always thought of sophistication as a right....
So 1999 finds La Ross lovelorn and heartbroken; and while 'Every Day...' is decidedly adult, there are subtle nods in the production and ornate backings to techno and modern-day R&B. Bar the handbag house remix of 'Not Over You Yet', she favours a more populist abstraction of US black radio bedroom music. Even the quasi-Africanisms of the gospelly 'He Lives In You' make sense within the glossy parameters of the studio.
Late 30-something suits will take solace from Ms Ross' tales of jet-set relationship traumas. And those looking for the angry spite of her recent high-profile tribulations will have to search elsewhere. Miss Ross keeps the knives and highly manicured claws well hidden.
The long-running franchise's latest instalment "might be the summer's most satisfying blockbuster"
With Skepta and Stormzy dragging hard lyricism into the mainstream, Flowdan’s blunt rap suddenly feels on trend
The Canadian band bring little to the table with their second album of meat-and-potatoes tunes
Please, let this fifth Ice Age film be the last