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365 articles with the genre "Comedy"

The Big Short

As the current trend for ‘based on a true story’ Oscar nominated films continue, the powers that be bring you The Big Short.


I don’t know of the Goosebumps books which is surprising given the author, R. L. Stine, has sold some 400 million worldwide in the last 25 years or so.

The Good Dinosaur

Have you ever wondered what the Earth would be like if the asteroid that wiped out the dinosaurs had actually missed?

American Ultra

Jesse Eisenberg plays stoner Mike Howell who works in a crappy cash ‘n’ carry and then goes home to his stoner girlfriend Phoebe Larson


I was so looking forward to this film for a long time, so you may find it strange that I’m late to the review.

The Man From U.N.C.L.E.

I really think there needs to be some kind of test that remakes of classic series or older films should have to go through to ensure they are least as good the originals.


SuperBob is the story of Bob, played by Brett Goldstein (Howl, Hoff The Record), who is just a very ordinary man.

Ping Pong Summer

I first saw this film last year at the BFI London Film Festival, there was also a nice little Q&A afterwards with the producers and writer/director Michael Tully which was interesting, more on that later.

Scouts Guide To The Zombie Apocalypse

Sometimes with a film it’s best to just go with it. Enjoy the moving images, not think too much about what the writer(s) or director is trying to get across.

One Night In Hollywood

The film stars Rick Peters and Markus Reymann, who also produces, as actor and writer respectively trying to get finance for their feature film.

Chloe & Theo

All films should have a message of some sort, but a film with a real message, a purpose, something that it’s trying to get across

Yakuza Apocalypse

Ah Takashi Miike, one of the most prolific directors around, he makes a crazy amount of films each year and this, Yakuza Apocalypse, is about as crazy as it gets.