Tag Archives: Ed Helms

Cinema Review – Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie

After their school Principal Mr Krupp (Ed Helms) threatens to put them in seperate classrooms, best friends George (Kevin Hart) and Harold (Thomas Middleditch) must find a way to stay together. When George discovers a magic ring that Krupp once confiscated, he hypnotises their teacher into believing he is a character the duo created; Captain Underpants. When teacher Professor P (Nick Kroll) arrives at the school with the plan to remove all laughter from the children, George, Harold and their newly created hero must find a way to stop him.
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Cinema Review – Vacation

Ed Helms stars as Rusty Griswold, a man whose only dream is to take his family on a nostalgic holiday to Walley Word, where he spent holidays as a kid. Of course, nothing goes right along the road, and it is not long before the dream holiday turns into a nightmare. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – We’re The Millers

David (Jason Sudeikis) is a small time pot dealer who encounters a problem when his house is burgled and his stash of weed and a large amount of cash is stolen. David’s boss comes up with a simple solution; if David brings back a ‘smidge’ of pot from Mexico, Brad (Ed Helms) will let him off the hook and pay him $1,000. In order to carry out his mission, hopefully without detection, David enlists the help of some friends to create a fake family, and it is not long before Rose (Jennifer Aniston), Kenny (Will Poulter), Casey (Emma Roberts) and Dave are posing as the Miller family, although it has been a long time since any one of them was part of a real family. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – The Hangover Part III

The Wolfpack reunite to save Alan (Zach Galiafinakis) from himself; after the death of his father, he goes completely off the rails so an intervention is called to bring him to a rehab facility. While on the way to Arizona, the gang are run off the road by Marshall (John Goodman), a gangster who kidnaps Doug (Justin Bartha) and gives the gang three days to bring Mr Chow (Ken Jeong) to him. Continue reading

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Retro Review – The Hangover Part II

The Wolfpack heads to Bangkok for Stu’s (Ed Helms) wedding. An innocent night having a beer on the beach ends with the gang waking up in a crummy hotel room with one of their number missing… Again. The question is, how do they find a missing person when they can’t remember what they did the night before… Again. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – The Lorax

Thneedville is a town that has long since lost the need for nature, wildlife or plantlife. As such, the town exists with plastic tress and the inhabitants have fresh air delivered to their homes. Ted (Zac Efron) has a crush on his neighbour Audrey (Taylor Swift) and, with the help of his Grandma, sets out to find The Once-ler (Ed Helms) in the hope of finding a tree to give to Audrey. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Jeff, Who Lives at Home

Jeff is a 30 year old slacker who still lives in his mother’s basement, he believes in fate, but does not have the motivation to make things happen for himself. When he is dispatched on an errand for his mother he may finally discover his destiny, through a series of unexpected events. Continue reading

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Trailer Talk – Jeff Who Lives At Home

Jeff is a slacker in his mid-30s who still lives in his mother’s basement, he believes in fate, but does not have the motivation to make things happen for himself. When he is dispatched on an errand for his mother he may finally discover his destiny, through a series of unexpected events. Continue reading

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