Tag Archives: Jennifer Aniston

Cinema Review – Storks

Eighteen years ago storks stopped delivering babies to expectant families, because the risk was too high; instead, they now deliver packages for cornerstore.com. When Nate (Anton Starkman) decides he wants a baby brother – with ninja skills – he writes to the storks and the request is accidentally put into action by human girl Tulip (Katie Crown), who not delivered to her human family when she was a baby. A new baby in a warehouse that doesn’t deliver babies is a problem however, and stork Junior (Andy Samberg) and Tulip set out to right the problem before anyone notices. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – She’s Funny That Way

In an interview with a critic, breakout actress Isabella (Imogen Poots) reflects on her career so far, and tells the story of how she got her big break through a married Broadway director who hired her when she was a call girl. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Cake

Claire (Jennifer Aniston) lives with chronic pain, and becomes fascinated with the suicide of a young woman in her support group. As Claire focuses on Nina’s (Anna Kendrick) death and family, she is still grappling with her own tragic past, which led her to the painful place she has found herself. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Life of Crime

Criminals Ordell (Yasiin Bey – AKA Mos Def) and Louis (John Hawkes) come up with a plan to make some quick money; kidnap Mickey (Jennifer Aniston), the wife of a rich man who has made some questionable investments, then retire on the ransom money. Their plan goes awry however, when it is discovered that Frank (Tim Robbins) plans to divorce Mickey, and may not pay the ransom money. 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 – Wanderlust

Soon after Linda (Jennifer Aniston) and George (Paul Rudd) but an apartment in New York their work arrangements fall through and they find themselves on the road to stay with George’s obnoxious brother Rick (Ken Marino) in Georgia. They stop for the night at Elysium B&B and discover that this place is less a hotel and more a hippie commune. After a night of smoking weed and relaxing the couple hit the road again, only to find themselves drawn back to this unusual way of life. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Horrible Bosses

Have you ever had a boss that you just cannot stand, who makes your life a living hell on a day to day basis? This is the problem faced by Nick (Jason Bateman), Dale (Charlie Day) and Kurt (Jason Sudeikis). Breaking point comes when they are skipped over for promotion, sexually harassed, demeaned and belittled, so they come up with a very simple solution. Kill their bosses. The problem is, that murder is not as easy as one might think… Continue reading

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