Finally, there's a glimmer that games are ready to evolve from button-mashing diversion to budding artform.
Tom Conti, Paisley buddy and Mediterranean bunk-up fantasy to women of a certain age, has invited me to his home to talk about his role in the new film Streetdance 2.
There was a moment in the first series of Mad Men when the central character, the 1960s advertising man Don Draper, self-consciously addressed what the show was really about.
In case you were wondering, pop singer Rihanna, the six-time Grammy Award winner and perennial tabloid headline-maker, has always been curious about extra-terrestrials.
IT was an unconventional but welcome premiere gift.
Bill Cunningham, New York (12A)
Into the Abyss (12A)
IN early 1971, during a live TV discussion between film-maker Ken Russell and critic Alexander Walker, the first attacked the second with a rolled up Evening Standard and a well-chosen expletive.
Happy Feet Two (U)
With the curtains closed on the Twilight series, in steps The Hunger Games to fill the void.
WARNING: moral majority alert, outrage looming off the starboard bow.
I know The Apprentice (BBC One, Wednesday, 9pm) is back because I'm laughing.
The Hunger Games (12A)
Wild Bill (15)
SCOTLAND'S capital is the only city outside London to host the Rendezvous with French Cinema event, a chance to grab a first look at major releases from the land of Deneuve and Huppert.
The Kid With a Bike (12A)
THEY are the special moments between parent and child that mean so much.
Scotland's first animated feature film, starring Sir Sean Connery, is to make its international debut next month.
Cameron Crowe has always had a propensity for cuteness, with a feelgood agenda built into his DNA, complete with infinite playlist.
Adventures Of Tintin: Secret Of The Unicorn (PG)
In the first episode of The Fixer (STV, Monday, 9pm), a boy phoned his girlfriend to tell her he loved her.
We Bought a Zoo (PG)
In Darkness (15)
21 Jump ST
THERE has been a trend lately to ask celebrities to write a letter to their younger selves, dispatching wisdom down the years.
FRENCH film Delicacy will preview at the Edinburgh Filmhouse on Saturday, March 24 as part of the Rendez-vous with French Cinema programme.
The Help (12)
Edgar Rice Burroughs's most famous creation may be Tarzan, but his most imaginative work was in science fiction and the series of stories set on Barsoom, his name for Mars.