Tag Archives: Steve Carrell

Cinema Review – The Way Way Back

Duncan (Liam James) is a shy 14 year old brought on holiday with his mother (Toni Collette), her boyfriend (Steve Carrell) and his daughter, Steph (Zoe Levin). Neither a child nor an adult, Duncan is desperate to find a place where he belongs, and makes an unexpected friend in the manager of a water park, Owen (Sam Rockwell). Continue reading

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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 – Date Night

Phil and Claire Foster (Steve Carrell and Tina Fey) are a normal suburban couple. When they hear that their friends are getting divorced, they decided to try and inject some spice into their relationship by going on a date night. The problems begin when they steal another couple’s reservation at a very fancy, very busy restaurant, and don’t stop until they have wrecked up half of Manhattan and a very beautiful car in the process. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Dan In Real Life

Dan in Real Life stars Steve Carrell as a columnist who writes about the struggles of parenthood, who is trying to get his life back together three years after his wife died. Dan is also the father of three girls who present him with more than a few challenges and material for his column. Continue reading

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