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Review – Lego Batman

We’re back off to the Lego Universe now for the review of the Lego Batman film that is currently out in the cinema. The second Lego film to have come out after 2014’s The Lego Movie, Chris McKay (who was an animation director on the 2014 film) now takes on his full directorial debut. The screenplay is by a number

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Review – Keeping Up with the Joneses

Today we turn to the 2016 comedy Keeping Up with the Joneses directed by Greg Mottola (previous highlights include Superbad, Adventureland and Paul) and written by Michael LeSieur (The Heist and You, Me and Dupree). Zach Galifianakis, and Isla Fisher star and Jeff (works in the HR department of an aeronautical engineering company) who and Karen Gaffney a married couple

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Review -National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation

Few things signal the Christmas period than the appearance of Clark W Griswold and his family prepping for their festive vacation. Yes, for the next Christmas film on the Film Geeky list, it is 1989’s National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation. The third in the Vacation series sees Chevy Chase returning to the role of Griswold patriarch with the return of Beverly D’Angelo

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Review – Scrooged

The build up to Christmas now finds us at Bill Murray’s 1988 modern day retelling of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol. Directed by Richard Donner (Lethal Weapon / The Goonies / Superman), the film represented Murray’s first return to a comedy lead role since the 1984 Ghostbusters (in fact he’d only really had one full lead role in that time

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Review : Ghostbusters (2016)

If there’s something strange… The recent trend of remake, reboot, revamped films continues with the 2016 version of Ghostbusters. Starring the all female team of Melissa McCarthy, Kristen Wiig, Kate McKinnon, and Leslie Jones, the film is directed by Paul Feig who co-wrote the script with Katie Dippold. Much like the original, the film follows a group of scientists of

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Review – Get Hard

Catching up on this 2015 comedy, we’re reviewing Get Hard today. Written and directed by Etan Cohen in his directorial debut, having previously written Tropic Thunder and Men In Black 3. The story follows investment banking millionaire James King, busy living the dream with his huge home, army of servants and young fiancee. That is, until he is arrested for

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