Being in your mid-20s is hell, especially if you have any kind of big dreams. As your friends start to get their dream jobs and generally settle down in houses you have no idea how they paid for, you can begin to think that’s it’s already too late for you to live your dream life. Before you down a whole bottle of something clear and unbelievably alcoholic and resign yourself to a life of shitty retail jobs, however, read the following. Some of the world’s best-known faces and figures throughout history weren’t doing what they wanted to do in their 20s. You too can write about a boy wizard, become a punk sex goddess or discover the laws of gravity!
I have one question for ‘Ingrid Goes West’, Matt Spicer’s debut film about the eponymous Ingrid (Aubrey Plaza) who gets dangerously obsessed with Taylor Sloane, a lifestyle-influencer she encountered on Instagram (Elizabeth Olsen): when will the psychobitch die?
In a world of reboots, rip-offs and remakes, it can be hard to know which films are worth your time. As such, we put the original and the remake of Murder on the Orient Express face-to-face in a battle for your viewing queue.