Tagged with comedy

[Review] 22 Jump Street (2014)

[Review] 22 Jump Street (2014)

Marcey reviews the fantastic comedy sequel, read it here! Continue reading

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[Review] Chef (2014)

[Review] Chef (2014)

Jon Favreau is a name that is now most closely associated with IRON MAN having directed and acted in the first two films. He did start off his career as an actor and made the transition into filmmaker. With CHEF he takes on the role of star, writer and director, and with all his experience … Continue reading

[Review] Muppets Most Wanted (2014)

[Review] Muppets Most Wanted (2014)

After the successful rebirth of THE MUPPETS with the 2011 film, a sequel has naturally made its way to us in the form of MUPPETS MOST WANTED. The Muppets are indeed back, winning over new fans and pleasing the old ones. This new film definitely has the old Muppet feel, with a flavour to attract … Continue reading

[Review] The Lego Movie (2014)

[Review] The Lego Movie (2014)

My childhood consisted of making Lego, my mother would buy me some epic sets with Castles and I would have a blast building them or just making my own creations and collecting the figures. Lego isn’t something we just grow out of, even now I enjoy building Lego and sharing my love of that with … Continue reading

[Review] Cuban Fury (2014)

[Review] Cuban Fury (2014)

CUBAN FURY – Real Men Dance! This is the tagline for this salsa infused comedy, complete with a dancing Nick Frost in one of his first lead roles. Our film here follows Bruce Garrett (played by Frost) who as a youngster was a Champion Salsa dancer, the boy with fire in his feet. However he … Continue reading

[Review] Last Vegas (2013)

[Review] Last Vegas (2013)

The appeal right off the bat with LAST VEGAS is seeing four talented and classic actors in the one film together. We have Michael Douglas, Robert DeNiro, Morgan Freeman and Kevin Kline together for the first time, that gimmick alone gets attention. But can a gimmick make a good film? Should it make a good … Continue reading

[Review] Grudge Match (2013)

[Review] Grudge Match (2013)

Rocky vs. Raging Bull! Stallone vs. De Niro, the two stars of two of the greatest films ever made. GRUDGE MATCH is what we get with that very simple premise, in some ways this feels like a lighter version of ROCKY BALBOA, with the washed up old boxers going at it one more time. The … Continue reading

[Review] Pitch Perfect (2012)

[Review] Pitch Perfect (2012)

Yes, I am a fan of Glee and yes I enjoy films and television shows set in High School or College. What Glee and Pitch Perfect offer that I also like is music but music done in a different way. Pitch Perfect does what Glee does and gives us songs we know performed with a … Continue reading

Neo Ned

4/5 Ned (Jeremy Renner) is a troubled person, growing up he worshiped his father, who as it turned out was a bit of a crook and sent to prison. Not having much of an identity of his own, he makes friends with a bunch of guys who are part of the Aryan Brotherhood. It isn’t … Continue reading

Love Comes To The Executioner

3.5/5 This is one strange film, there is no other way to put it. This is a dark, quirky comedy, mostly set inside death row in prison. Not really the type of setting you’d expect from a comedy, but this is a black one. Basically a young man named Heck (Jonathan Tucker) has just graduated … Continue reading

Killers

2.5/5 Killer’s is about a woman Jen (Katherine Heigl), who after a break up goes on a vacation with her parents (Catherine O’Hara and Tom Selleck). Whilst on said vacation she meets mysterious Spencer (Ashton Kutcher), he seems to be an agent working for the CIA maybe? She doesn’t know that, and after spending time … Continue reading