Tag Archives: Rose Byrne

Cinema Review – The Meddler

Marnie (Susan Sarandon) has just moved to LA to be closer to her daughter Lori (Rose Byrne). Although Marnie insists all the time that “basically I feel great!”, it soon becomes clear, from her constant voicemails to her daughter and the fact that she crashes parties and spends her money on anyone but herself, that the recent death of her husband has left her at a loss. When her daughter goes to New York for work, Marnie finds herself alone in LA for the first time, and struggling to make real connections. Continue reading

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One to Watch – May 6th 2016

One to Watch casts its eye to comedy this week, with the release of a comedic sequel that has more than a couple of laughs in it. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Annie

Annie (Quvenzhané Wallis), a young foster kid, is tough enough to survive her foster mother Miss Hannigan (Cameron Diaz), and on the streets of New York. Her life changes however, when she encounters Will Stacks (Jamie Foxx), a man who is running for Mayor and realises he needs to foster Annie to make his campaign more successful. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – This is Where I Leave You

When their father dies, four adult siblings are forced to shit Shiva in their childhood home for a week, in accordance with their dad’s wishes. While there, they encounter people from their past, various partners and the ones that got away. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Bad Neighbours

Mac (Seth Rogen) and Kelly (Rose Byrne) have just moved to suburbia in order to raise their newborn daughter. Just as they come to terms with their choices and the fact that they have got that little bit older, a Frat House from the local university moves in next door to them. Faced with the prospect of loud parties and obnoxious neighbours, Mac and Kelly go and introduce themselves to the Head of the Frat, Teddy (Zac Efron) in the hopes of forming a good relationship with their new neighbours. It is not long, however, before both sides realise that their differences mean this is war. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – The Internship

When the sales company they work for goes bust, Billy (Vince Vaughn) and Nick (Owen Wilson) fake college enrolment so they can take on a summer internship at Google. The trouble is that they know nothing about the digital world, and are at least 20 years older than their counterparts. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – I Give It a Year

Nat (Rose Byrne) and Josh (Rafe Spall) have been married for nine months and are succumbing to the old adage that the first year of marriage is the hardest.

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Cinema Review – Bridesmaids

When Annie (Kristen Wiig) is asked to be Maid of Honour at Lillian’s wedding, she really does not know what she is letting herself in for. Fittings, dodgy food, batchelorette parties and the possible end of her relationship with her oldest friend. Continue reading

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