“Ladies and gents, this is the moment you’ve waited for”.
And so begins this year’s second lavish musical extravaganza, The Greatest Showman. But have we been eagerly awaiting this one? The trailers were promising, but with an unfamiliar score and a first time director it seemed a risk. Would this just be another Hugh Jackman letdown in the vein of Pan? Continue reading FILM REVIEW: The Greatest Showman (2017)
Baywatch (Seth Gordon, 2017)
Beach. Babes. Bronzer. We all know the Baywatch drill. Arriving on the big screen this week, Pamela Anderson and David Hasselhoff step aside for the new kids on the beach, led by none other than Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson. Solving crimes, saving lives, and looking smoking hot while doing it, Baywatch is an utterly ridiculous romp that’s good mindless fun. Continue reading FILM REVIEW: Baywatch
Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates (Jake Szymanski, 2016)
Whether you enjoy the latest Kendrick/Efron vehicle will depend on your propensity to take offence to crass humour. But while it’s wrong on so many levels, it’s actually oh so right if you can stomach it. Continue reading FILM REVIEW: Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates
Bad Neighbours (Nicholas Stoller, 2014)
If you have a problem with dick jokes, the notion of a baby eating a condom, seeing Seth Rogen have sex, or a sequence where a lactating woman has to be ‘milked’, then maybe think twice before watching Bad Neighbours. Continue reading FILM REVIEW: Bad Neighbours