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Film review | I Give It a Year – Dan’s anti-rom-com puts Rose Byrne & Rafe Spall’s newlyweds in a spin
Billing itself as an anti-rom-com, Dan Mazer’s I Give It a Year begins at the point where most romantic comedies end – with the loved-up couple about to embark on their life together. Traditionally, the credits roll and it’s happy … Continue reading
DVD review | X-Men: First Class – Born in the heat of the Cold War: How the Marvel mutants became X-Men
X-Men: First Class lives up to its title. Smart and spectacular, it’s up there in the top rank of superhero films. With Kick-Ass director Matthew Vaughn at the helm, the sci-fi action series goes back to the beginning for an … Continue reading
Film review | Bridesmaids – Kristen Wiig catches the bouquet and creates the best chick flick in years
A veteran of US TV comedy sketch show Saturday Night Live, Kristen Wiig has popped up on the big screen in supporting roles in such films as Adventureland and Paul. Now she is the co-writer and star of the best … Continue reading
With Saw director James Wan and writer Leigh Whannell at the helm, I was fearful this was going to be another slice of torture porn. Thankfully Wan and Whannell have reigned in their bloodlust to create a spooktacular haunted horror … Continue reading
Adam, starring Brit actor Hugh Dancy, is a film about a guy with Asperger’s syndrome. When Adam meets Beth (Rose Byrne), an attractive young woman from his New York apartment block, the pair are instantly attracted. But, as they get … Continue reading
If you were introduced to this film’s title character at a social event, you’d probably think ‘what a strange and dull young man’. Any attempts to use wit or sarcasm in his presence would fall embarrassingly flat, and it’s also … Continue reading