Tag Archives: ADAM SANDLER

Cinema Review – Hotel Transylvania 2

It’s time to return to the hotel for monsters, ghouls and vampires this October, with the sequel to 2012’s Hotel Transylvania. Dracula’s (Adam Sandler) daughter Mavis (Selena Gomez) has married her human love Jonathan (Andy Samberg), and when their son Denis (Sunny Sandler) is born they have until his fifth birthday to discover whether he is human or vampire. The trouble is that if Denis is not a vampire, Mavis wants to leave the hotel and go to the human world, something that Dracula is dead set against. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Pixels

In the summer of 1982, Brenner (Adam Sandler) and his friends compete in a video game championship, only to be beaten to the title by Eddie Plant (Peter Dinklage). Footage of the event is put into a capsule and sent into space, for aliens to see what life on Earth is life, and promptly forgotten about. Over 30 years later, Brenner is installs tech for a living and his best friend Cooper (Kevin Jams) is the US President. When aliens attack in the form of classic arcade game characters, Cooper turns to his best friend for help and, with the help of some old friends, band together to stop the aliens the only way they know how; by playing to win. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Top Five

Comedian Andre Allen (Chris Rock) is struggling with the transition to serious movie star, and his upcoming reality show wedding. When journalist Chelsea Brown (Rosario Dawson) spends a day with him to write an article about him, Allen finds himself realising some truths about himself and the world he has constructed for himself. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Men, Women & Children

A look at the lives of teenagers and adults in a Texan town, and how technology and the Internet impacts their lives. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Blended

Lauren (Drew Barrymore) and Jim (Adam Sandler) decide, after a disastrous blind date, that they never want to see each other again. Of course, the universe has other plans, and the two – and their kids from previous relationships – soon find themselves on safari in Africa, where they realise they may have to reconsider their thoughts on one another. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Hotel Transylvania

Dracula (Adam Sandler) operates a hotel for monsters, far away from humans’ prying eyes, so that the monsters of the world can feel safe and secure. Things don’t last however, as on Dracula’s daughters 118th birthday, a human finds his way into the castle and falls in love with Mavis. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Jack and Jill

ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED AT FILMORIA

Jack (Adam Sandler) is an advertising executive who needs to land Al Pacino for a Dunkin’ Donuts campaign, but Pacino proves difficult to convince until he meets Jack’s identical twin sister Jill (also Adam Sandler) and falls madly in love with her. Continue reading

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