Ash loves music and his tunes are brilliant (who knew bhangra drum and bass had such a large following). He dreams of one day breaking away from his oppressively traditional parents and DJing to massive crowds. His friends are all first generation British Asians and each are facing difficulty in juggling the two lifestyles they lead.
Two London film makers who made £500,000 from a film that cost only £900 to produce are being beckoned by Hollywood.
Curry, serial murdering, romantic comedy and zombie spirits suffocated by Nan dough – what on earth can go wrong? Bend It Like Beckham director Gurinder Chadha certainly serves up a comical and unique enough dish with It’s A Wonderful Afterlife, but it may be at the expense of anything vaugely resembling logic. There are so many bizarre twists and turns to this tale, that once consumed you can’t help wonder if you’re left with anything except indigestion.
You know what we enjoy doing? Going to the future. We also enjoy going back to the future, but we’ve had copyright problems with that before. The point is, we’ve risked life and limb to discover what films are hitting our screens in upcoming weeks. Don’t ask us how we’ve done it. All we’ll say is that the Wikipedia Towers of the future are a terrifying and overly bear-guarded place. So, should you save our pennies for an upcoming epic, or splurge like there’s no tomorrow on the flicks out now? We’ve got the answers right here.