Tag Archives: Ken Jeong

Cinema Review – Ride Along 2

Brothers in law Ben (Kevin Hart) and James (Ice Cube) are reunited as they chase down a hacker in Miami. Little do they realise that this hacker has ties to a major corruption case going on in the city and once things kick off, it looks increasingly unlikely that Ben will make it back to Atlanta in time for his wedding. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – The DUFF

After she discovers the concept of the DUFF – Designated Ugly Fat Friend – Bianca (Mae Whitman) believes that she is the DUFF of her social circle. Out to change people’s perception of her, Bianca joins forces with Wesley (Robbie Amell), her popular next-door neighbour to learn how she can shake off the label. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Penguins of Madagascar

This time, the penguins from the beloved Madagascar franchise are out on their own, and have to stop an evil villain bent on revenge against all penguin-kind. The trouble is that the penguins may have more help than they need, and certainly more than they want. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Turbo

Theo (Ryan Reynolds) is a garden snail who dreams of a bigger life or, more accurately, a faster one. When a freak accident leaves him with super speed, Theo – who renames himself Turbo –  finally sees the path to his dreams open before him, but he may need a little help.
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Cinema Review – Despicable Me 2

Gru (Steve Carrell) has mended his ways for the better, and is devoting his life to the three little girls who found their way into his life in the first film. When a new villain arises, however, Gru is drafted into the Anti-Villain League and must use his skills for good. 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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