Joseph Gordon-Levitt's relationship comedy Don Jon has opened in UK cinemas. Gordon-Levitt wrote, directed and co-stars in the film about a womanising bar tender forced to reconsider his porn habit when he meets the woman of his dreams (Scarlett Johansson). "Bruisingly funny," says Rolling Stone.
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The biographical drama, Saving Mr Banks, has opened in UK cinemas. The film stars Tom Hanks as movie mogul Walt Disney and depicts his campaign to charm Mary Poppins author PL Travers (Emma Thompson) into giving him the film rights to her closely-guarded book. "A delight," says The Times.
The second instalment of The Hunger Games film trilogy has opened in UK cinemas. In The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, Jennifer Lawrence returns as teen heroine Katniss Everdeen who must fight for her life again in an all-star battle rigged to ensure her failure. “Thrilling,” says The Daily Telegraph.
Sarah Ruhl's In the Next Room (or The Vibrator Play) has opened at St James Theatre, London. The comedy about Victorian attitudes to female sexuality is set in a 19th century doctor's surgery where women are treated for "hysteria" with an early vibrator. "Stimulating," says The Times. Until 4 January.
A new stage adaptation based on PG Wodehouse's Jeeves and Wooster tales has opened at the Duke of York's, West End. In Perfect Nonsense, Bertie Wooster attempts to stage his own West End show with the help of his manservant Jeeves (Matthew McFayden). "A brilliant farce," says the Arts Desk. Until 8 March.
A revival of Jez Butterworth's Mojo has opened at the Harold Pinter theatre, in London's West End. Skyfall's Ben Whishaw and Harry Potter's Rupert Grint star in a tale about rock 'n' roll wide boys struggling for power in 1950s gangland Soho. "Wickedly funny," says the Daily Telegraph. Until 25 January.
The ENO's revival of Philip Glass's Gandhi opera Satyagraha has opened at the Coliseum, London. Sung in Sanskrit, it follows Mahatma Gandhi's early years in South Africa and his spiritual progress towards the concept of nonviolent protest. Stars Alan Oke. "Unforgettable," says The Independent. Until 8 December.
A new exhibition of traditional Chinese painting has opened at the V&A. Masterpieces of Chinese Painting 700-1900 presents over 70 artworks, including rare silk paintings, banners and large-scale scrolls, charting the progress of styles and themes over 1,200 years. "Breathtaking," says the Financial Times. Until 19 January.
A new exhibition of the work of 19th century French satirical artist Honore Daumier has opened at the Royal Academy. Daumier: Visions of Paris presents 130 works by the artist, including rare paintings, drawings, watercolours and sculptures of Parisian life and politics. "Unmissable," says The Guardian. Until 26 January 2014.
A new exhibition of JMW Turner's seascapes has opened at the National Maritime Museum, Greenwich. Turner and the Sea explores the master painter's lifelong obsession with the sea through key paintings and drawings spanning some 50 years of his career. "Astonishing," says the Daily Mail. Until 21 April 2014.