Tag Archives: Catherine Keener

Cinema Review – Get Out

Chris (Daniel Kaluuya) and his girlfriend Rose (Allison Williams) travel to Rose’s family home for Chris to meet her parents and younger brother Jeremy (Caleb Landry Jones). A party springs up around them in honour of Rose’s grandfather, and it is not long before Chris realises that there is not only something terribly wrong with the African-American housekeeper and groundsman at the family home, but also the way these new party guests react to him. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa

Irving Zisman (Johnny Knoxville) finds himself saddled with his grandson Billy (Jackson Nicoll), after his daughter is taken into prison. It’s up to Irving to take Billy cross country to live with his father, but on the road, he discovers he has more in common with the kid than he thought. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Enough Said

Masseuse Eva (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) discovers that one of her clients is the ex-husband of Albert (James Gandolfini), the man she has just started seeing. Eva uses her connection to find out more about the man she is dating, but soon learns that there is a fine line between information, and too much information. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – The Croods

The Croods are a Stone Age family, whose very existence is based on fear of… well, everything. When teenage daughter Eep (Emma Stone) ventures out in the dark and is told that their world may be ending, by Guy (Ryan Reynolds), the family must battle to survive in a rapidly changing, terrifying new world. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – The Oranges

The Ostroff and Walling families have been neighbours and friends for years. David (Hugh Laurie) and Terry (Oliver Platt) jog together three times a week, and their daughters were friends right through school. This friendship is put to the test, however, when David begins an affair with Terry’s twenty-something daughter Nina (Leighton Meester). Continue reading

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Cinema Review – JDIFF 2010: Please Give


The cast of Please Give is fantastic – Catherine Keener, Rebecca Hall, Oliver Platt – but as we have learned with films that have a fantastic cast, sometimes they are making up for what they lack in story. Continue reading

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