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Cinema Review – The Disaster Artist

In 2003, Tommy Wiseau’s film The Room was released in 1 cinema in the US. Derided as one of the worst films ever made, the film has gone on to become a cult classic and beloved for all of its unintentional humour. Director James Franco takes a look behind the scenes at the making of the film, and Winseau’s relationship with his star Greg Sestero (Dave Franco), to find out just how The Room came to be. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Trainwreck

Amy (Amy Schumer) is a woman in her 30s with a successful career as a magazine writer. Although her professional life may be on point, her personal life is less so, with her having a string of one night stands – without the knowledge of her boyfriend – and her father being moved to a care home. When Amy meets the charming and sweet Aaron (Bill Hader), and the two start dating, she has to overcome her fear of commitment, and fast. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – This is 40

In a sort of sequel to Knocked Up, This is 40 takes a look at the lives of Pete (Paul Rudd) and Debbie (Leslie Mann) as they turn 40 and discover that the challenges they faced 10 years ago may or may not have changed all that much. 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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