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'Exit': Despite a few flaws, this is a fun, action-packed film

Exit is a film that is both fun and suspenseful, featuring protagonists who are relatable and likable.What more can you ask in a movie, really?

'We, The Survivors' by Tash Aw is a novel of considerable strengths

Tash Aw's latest novel, 'We, The Survivors', is a novel of considerable strengths, dealing with important issues that are as universal as they are local, with a strong protagonist in Ah Hock, the man who relates his life story and how he came to commit a murder.

Here's how to breathe right while working out

While breathing comes naturally to all of us, there are certain techniques that can help us to breathe properly during exercise for maximum benefit.

The throbbing in your head

The throbbing in your head may be a common ailment, but it is not widely known that there are different kinds of headaches.

‘The White Storm 2 – Drug Lords’ loses its tempest

This follow-up to the 2013 hit delivers a lot of sound and fury in trying to signify something, and only succeeds in part.

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Check out WeBarre, the latest hybrid workout combining ballet-inspired moves along with the elements of Pilates, yoga, dance and strength training.

How to stretch correctly before and after working out

Choosing which type of stretch to do depends on whether you’re priming the body for action or cooling down overworked muscles.

'Annabelle Comes Home': Not particularly scary, but quite a fun ride

If you’re looking for real tension and horror, this is not the film for you. If you’re looking for a fun way to spend an hour and a half, well, Annabelle Comes Home is a pretty good choice.

Lee Child’s ‘Past Tense’ puts lots of tension in your present

As Jack Reacher searches for his roots, the big adventure he stumbles upon seems more ‘happenstance’ than usual but it still makes for the best instalment in Lee Child's popular series since 'Make Me'.