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Awe­some mu­sic, must-read in­ter­views, and ‘The wo­man who made me’

“I get mis­er­able if I don’t eat.” – Mar­got Rob­bie

KEANU Movies

HELLO, MY NAME IS DORIS

Doris Miller (Sally Field) is in her 60s, but she still lives in her mom’s house and holds a job al­most as dreary as her out­fits. When she meets sexy new em­ployee John Fremont (Max Green­field), a man half her age, she en­lists the help of her best friend’s teenage grand­daugh­ter to make him fall for her. This Indie-style rom­com is sure to lift your spir­its.

THE NICE GUYS

If you like the su­per ’70s, you’ll love this crime­ca­per com­edy di­rected by Shane Black ( Iron Man 3). When Judith Kut­ner’s (Kim Basinger) daugh­ter Amelia (Mar­garet Qual­ley) goes miss­ing, she hires de­tec­tive duo Jack­son Healey (Rus­sell Crowe) and Hol­land March (Ryan Gosling) to find her. But when they un­cover a con­spir­acy, it be­comes clear that this is more than a miss­ing-per­son case.

IN­DE­PEN­DENCE DAY: RESUR­GENCE

It’s been 20 years since the 1996 smash hit, but the aliens are back – and this time, they’ve brought re­in­force­ments. While Will Smith doesn’t star, there’s great eye candy in Liam Hemsworth and Jessie Usher, plus amaz­ing CGI and ac­tion-packed scenes.

Key & Peele fans will recog­nise Kee­gan-michael Key and Jor­dan Peele in this off­beat com­edy. The pair pose as mem­bers of a fic­ti­tious gang in or­der to res­cue a kit­ten named Keanu from a bunch of drug deal­ers. Hi­lar­i­ous and in­sight­ful.

The leg­end of Tarzan

This retelling of the Edgar Rice Bur­roughs tale is a cre­ative take on the love story be­tween Jane Porter (Mar­got Rob­bie) and Tarzan (Alexan­der Skars­gård). The sexy, vine-swing­ing hero leaves Lon­don for Africa to in­ves­ti­gate ac­tiv­i­ties at a cor­rupt mine and to res­cue his love. With Sa­muel L Jack­son, Christoph Waltz, Dji­mon Houn­sou and John Hurt, it’s a star-stud­ded and com­pelling must-see.

R GLAMOU MUST-SEE

“I’ve heard of Granny chic, but you’re tak­ing it a bit far!” said Rudy. “‘Mous­tache’? I pre­fer ‘lip fo­liage’,” grinned Jeremiah. “Does this suit make me look fat?” Stu asked.

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