Monthly Archives: November 2017

Review – Suburbicon

George Clooney returns as director for the first time since the 2014 critical and commercial disappointment The Monuments Men, in the new film suburb become. Set in 1959 in the fictional town of Suburbicon – a peaceful and idyllic community and the perfect place to raise a family – the film film follows lows the lodge family. In the lead

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Review : The House

In the directorial debut of Andrew J. Cohen (previously wrote Neighbours and Neighbours 2),  the new film starring Will Ferrell and Amy Poehler is The House, which Cohen also co-writes with Brendan O’Brien. The film sees Poehler and Ferrell as Scott and Kate Johansen, dutiful parents of soon to be university student Alex (Ryan Simpkins). When their local town cancels

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Review – The Big Sick

I’ve been pondering something for a while. And it’s likely going to become a blog of its own at some point. Essentially its this – I think the ‘Rom-Com’ is due a come back. Thats not to say that they aren’t out there now, but just we’ve moved from the ‘Nora Ephron era of the late 1980’s – early 90’s

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