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Horrible Bosses 2 hinges on the chemistry between leading men Jason Sudeikis, Charlie Day and Jason Bateman

Horrible Bosses 2

If you're in the market for an undemanding, relatively amusing way to while away a couple of hours, then Horrible Bosses 2 could be just the ticket.

  • Grace and Edwyn share a joke

    The Possibilities are Endless

    One Sunday evening in 2005, Scottish musician Edwyn Collins suffered a cerebral haemorrhage before falling into a coma, Beginning with interviews conducted in 2011, this strikingly original documentary traces his perilous path to recovery.

  • Clare Lewis documentary focuses on Muhammad Ali as a family man

    I Am Ali

    The life of legendary boxer Muhammad Ali is well represented in film and documentaries - but with I Am Ali, director Clare Lewins has differentiated her approach with an emphasis on Ali as a family man and doting father.

  • This blunt examination of the end of love is certainly emotionally raw

    The Coronas - The Long Way

    Danny O'Reilly picks over the end of his relationship with television presenter Laura Whitmore on this strident and angry new album from the Dublin rockers

  • Lawrence gives her best performance of the series so far

    The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1

    The odds are in its favour.

  • Chadwick Boseman is compelling as the Godfather of Soul

    Get On Up

    This botched and sanitised biopic of the hardest working man in showbusiness is worth a look for a compelling lead performance by Chadwick Boseman

  • Andy Warhol of lo-fi pop or puerile agent provacateur?

    Ariel Pink - Pom Pom

    Ariel Pink's fever dream of crazed influences and free-association is already one of the most divisive albums of the year. Alan Corr braves a listen

  • Hilary Swank and Tommy Lee Jones star in The Homesman

    The Homesman

    John Byrne enjoys Tommy Lee Jones' quirky western about an unlikely couple trying to bring three mentally-ill women across the frontier to safety.

  • There are no quick clicks or obvious choices here

    Jennifer Evans - Works from the Dip and Foul

    There are no quick clicks or obvious choices here.

  • Winter Sleep - Contemporary Turkish drama which harks back to Ingmar Bergman and, beyond that, to the work of Ibsen and Chekhov

    Winter Sleep (Kis Uykusu) (Club)

    Winner of this year's Palme d'Or at Cannes, Winter Sleep tilts at a kind of literary greatness and is less about concealment and secrecy than the director's Once Upon a Time in Anatolia was. Still, it's brilliant.

  • An impishly seductive piece of work.

    Jaime Nanci & The Blueboys - TOY

    Dublin singer Jaime Nanci and The Blueboys cook up dark but payful jazz on their sparkling debut

  • More lush and lost than lusty and louche

    Bryan Ferry - Avonmore

    Ferry makes a return to Roxy Music's late seventies commerical prime with a bittersweet set tinged with heartache and regret

  • Charles Llloyd in the Mid-sixties: real verve and a spirit of enquiry and musical experimentation.

    Charles Lloyd Manhattan Stories

    Saxophonist and flautist Charles Lloyd was recently interviewed in the pages of RTÉ TEN, in advance of his Dublin visit. Music recorded in two New York venues in 1965 by a Lloyd-led quartet are the matter of two CDs just released.

  • The Cookers: excitement and mastery on seventh album from the NY-based band.

    The Cookers Time and Time Again

    Five of The Cookers are stalwarts of the New York scene who were around for the raw excitement of the mid-sixties. But all seven are having fun like new-comers on this exhilarating record.

  • Selected Poems, Lorca, Pessoa

    The work of celebrated European poets can be found in translation in Penguin Modern Classics. Selected Poems of Spanish poet Federico García Lorca and the Portuguese poet Fernando Pessoa are both available in paperback.