It sounds like something for people with OCD, but 'Ecstasy of Order' is actually the 'transcendental state required to reach the highest levels' in the video game: Tetris.
They say you should never work with children or animals, but Wes Anderson's new flick begs to differ.
The real life story of critically adored 1920s actor John Barrymore reads like a tall tale of the Golden Age. So it's fitting that one of the most dynamic actors of our era, Christopher Plummer, should play him in Barrymore.
Willem Dafoe's latest performance is a real knockout - and it lasts less than four minutes. It's a video for Antony and the Johnsons' new song, "Cut the World".
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