Tag Archives: Ty Burrell

Cinema Review – Storks

Eighteen years ago storks stopped delivering babies to expectant families, because the risk was too high; instead, they now deliver packages for cornerstore.com. When Nate (Anton Starkman) decides he wants a baby brother – with ninja skills – he writes to the storks and the request is accidentally put into action by human girl Tulip (Katie Crown), who not delivered to her human family when she was a baby. A new baby in a warehouse that doesn’t deliver babies is a problem however, and stork Junior (Andy Samberg) and Tulip set out to right the problem before anyone notices. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – The Skeleton Twins

Twins Milo (Bill Hader) and Maggie (Kristen Wiig) have not seen one another in many years, but when Milo attempts suicide, the call from the hospital interrupts Maggie’s own attempt at death. The twins reconnect and, over time, begin to realise what drove them apart in the first place. Continue reading

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One to Watch Movie Reviews – March 28th 2014

I choose One to Watch in Irish cinemas this week (hint — this week’s movie contains Dublin, crime and cameos… Can you guess what it is yet?) Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Mr Peabody and Sherman

Mr Peabody (Ty Burrell) is a super intelligent scientist, musician, dancer, chef and historian – among other things – who just happens to be a talking dog. When his adoptive son Sherman (Max Charles) gets into a fight with a girl named Penny (Ariel Winter) on his first day of school, Mr Peabody tries his best to reconcile the situation with a meeting between the families. The trouble is that Sherman is determined to impress Penny, even if it means showing her Mr Peabody’s most highly guarded secret; a time travel machine. Continue reading

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