Tag Archives: Leslie Mann

Cinema Review – How to be Single

Newly single after several years in a relationship and believing she wants to discover who she is while alone, Alice (Dakota Johnson) starts her new life in New York City. Although she quickly befriends Robin (Rebel Wilson), she quickly learns that the single life isn’t quite all that it is made out to be. Meanwhile, Lucy (Alison Brie) is so desperate to get married that she has created an algorithm to find the perfect guy, Tom (Anders Holm) goes from one one night stand to the next, and Meg (Leslie Mann) is trying convince herself that she is fine on her own and definitely doesn’t want kids. Continue reading

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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 – The Other Woman

When Carly (Cameron Diaz) learns that her new, seemingly perfect boyfriend Mark (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau) is married, she forms an unlikely – and at first, unwanted – friendship with Mark’s wife Kate (Leslie Mann). When the two discover he has another woman on the go, the three team up to get their revenge. 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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