Tag Archives: Josh Gad

Cinema Review – Beauty and the Beast

After he takes a rose from The Beast’s (Dan Stevens) garden for his daughter Belle (Emma Watson), Maurice (Kevin Kline) finds himself imprisoned in Thee Beast’s castle. Belle comes to her father’s rescue and takes his place, and it is not long before Belle realises the castle and all those who dwell within it are under a curse, and time is running out for them. The more Belle gets to know The Beast, the more she sees the kind heart underneath the gruff exterior. 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 – The Wedding Ringer

Doug (Josh Gad) is 10 days away from his wedding to Gretchen (Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting) and has not yet managed to find himself a best man. Focused on his career from a young age, Doug never seemed to bond with other men, and in desperation he turns to Jimmy (Kevin Hart) – a man whose sole business is to supply best me to grooms in need – to bail him out. Continue reading

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One to Watch Movie Reviews – September 19th 2014

I choose One to Watch in Irish cinemas this week. This week’s film stars a SCRUBS actor and was partly funded on Kickstarter. Can you guess what it is yet? Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Wish I Was Here

Aidan Bloom (Zach Braff) is a struggling actor with no prospect of a job on the horizon, and a young family. When his father (Mandy Patinkin) announces he is dying – and can therefore no longer financially support him – Aidan must find a way to connect with his family and the life he has built around himself. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Frozen

Elsa (Idina Menzel) has spent most of her life living in solitude, after her powers to control winter put her sister Anna (Kristen Bell) in danger. When Elsa comes of age and is crowned Queen, emotions run high and she accidentally plunges the kingdom into a permanent winter. It is up to Anna to find her sister and release the kingdom, but to do so she must team up with Olaf (Josh Gad), a talking snowman, and an odd man named Kristoff (Jonathan Groff). Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Thanks for Sharing

Three recovering sex addicts – Adam (Mark Ruffalo), Mike (Tim Robbins) and Neil (Josh Gad) – negotiate the perils of their sobriety as life throws a series of challenges at them. Continue reading

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