This wonderful 2014 film tells the story of LGBT activists who raised money to help those affected by the 1984 miners’ strikes in Britain. It just landed on Netflix and is funny, emotional and comes with a stellar soundtrack of 80s bangers.
I missed last week’s premiere of Dancing with the Stars, but the images of Marty Morrissey on the floor with his Serious Sexy Dance Face on are too much to bear. I will have...
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Appetite for Distraction: our pick of home entertainment
Your weekly guide to the best TV shows, movies and video games around
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