*NEW* BRIDGET JONES’S BABY REVIEW *NEW*

Third time's the charm? Bridget's (Renee Zellweger) focus on single life and her career is interrupted when she finds herself pregnant, but with one hitch . . . she can only be fifty percent sure of the identity of her baby's father. My initial reaction when my mum asked if I would take her to … Continue reading *NEW* BRIDGET JONES’S BABY REVIEW *NEW*

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*NEW* BROOKLYN REVIEW *NEW*

A great cast reprieved this pleasantly easygoing (if slightly underwhelming) drama. An Irish immigrant (Saoirse Ronan) lands in 1950s Brooklyn, where she quickly falls into a new romance. When her past catches up with her, however, she must choose between two countries and the lives that exist within. Ronan has developed into quite the actress. … Continue reading *NEW* BROOKLYN REVIEW *NEW*

*NEW* THE LADY IN THE VAN REVIEW *NEW*

An exceptional performance from a great Dame does enough to save this mixed bag of a mostly true story. Alan Bennett (Alex Jennings) forms an unexpected bond with a transient woman (Maggie Smith) living in her car that’s parked in his driveway. After a strong opening with a small glimpse into the past of our … Continue reading *NEW* THE LADY IN THE VAN REVIEW *NEW*

BIG GAME REVIEW

BIG, DUMB, LAME? There's only one way to find out. The trailer looked ridiculous. I really had low expectations. BUT yet I came out after those mental 90 minutes with a guilty smile. And all I can say is this film is BIG FUN! Samuel L (The L stands for Mother F**ker) Jackson takes on … Continue reading BIG GAME REVIEW

THE WORST FILMS OF 2014 – PART TWO

Did you walk out of a film feeling angry, disappointed, baffled, confused? Did you walk out of a film for that matter? Did you sit in your car (or at home) reeling? Questioning, debating, pondering how on Earth it even got through the pitching process? Then, welcome. I think I've already compiled my worst films … Continue reading THE WORST FILMS OF 2014 – PART TWO

GET SANTA REVIEW

Get on it! Jim Broadbent dons the red suit and white beard and leads a sterling British cast in this fun (but flawed) Christmas cracker. Writer/director Christopher Smith has taken the same old Santa spiel and re-worked it into something quite different and entertaining. So what's it all about? (Besides the obvious implications of the title) A father … Continue reading GET SANTA REVIEW

THE HARRY HILL MOVIE

Was it any good? There's only one way to find out? FIGHT . . . I mean, review. What the hell did I just watch?! Now for those familiar with the award winning TV Burp, I'm sure you can imagine what to expect. BUT even that wouldn't live up to your expectations. It is ridiculously stupid, … Continue reading THE HARRY HILL MOVIE