Amy Poehler and Tina Fey cause trouble in ‘Sisters’ trailer

Forget Star Wars, this December Sisters is where it’s at. Tina Fey and Amy Poehler, two of comedy’s finest specimens, are teaming up for raunchy comedy Sisters which is due for release in December. Two adult sisters relive their teenage years when they throw a crazy house party at their parent’s house before it is sold. The film looks to be laugh out loud funny … Continue reading Amy Poehler and Tina Fey cause trouble in ‘Sisters’ trailer

My Mad Fat Diary Season 3; A Happy Ending

Much to fans delight My Mad Fat Diary began its third series three weeks ago, and sadly it is already over. With just three episodes season three wraps up the tragic, tumultuous and laugh out loud funny shenanigans of Rae and ‘the group’. Rae Earl (Sharon Rooney) is a teenage girl battling with mental health issues. She’s anxious and lacks any self esteem and she … Continue reading My Mad Fat Diary Season 3; A Happy Ending

Orange is the New Black Season 3

The third season of Orange is the New Black has drawn to a close and once again hasn’t disappointed. So many tumultuous ups and downs, so much drama and so much sexual tension. Season 3 pulls some of the focus from Piper (Taylor Schilling) and delves even more into the complicated and fascinating back stories of the other characters with some seriously well-done flashback sequences. … Continue reading Orange is the New Black Season 3

Philomena

Philomema is a heart rending biographical drama about an elderly woman (Judi Dench) who goes in search of her long lost son with the help of a disgraced journalist (Steve Coogan). Living in a convent as a young woman, Philomema commits a sin, the result of which is a son called Anthony. Because the church doesn’t approve of her antics, she loses all rights to … Continue reading Philomena

Tammy

I am unashamed to admit to being a bit of a Melissa McCarthy fan. Ever since her appearance as hilarious misfit Megan in Bridesmaids, she has been one of my favourite comedy actresses. Despite this though, I’d been looking forward to Tammy since seeing the first trailer ages ago with a pinch of dread. McCarthy seems to be getting typecast as the butch, loud, funny … Continue reading Tammy

The Inbetweeners 2

Everyone’s favourite group of socially challenged school boys  are back with their sequel to the 2011 The Inbetweeners Movie. The foursome reunite in The Inbetweeners 2 for a trip to Australia and, as is to be expected, hilarity ensues. Will (Simon Bird), Neil (Blake Harrison) and Simon (Joe Thomas) head ‘down under’ to surprise Jay (James Buckley), who is on an amazing gap year in Oz, where he is supposedly … Continue reading The Inbetweeners 2

Chef

Chef; film about a man rekindling his passion for cooking whilst also reuniting with his estranged wife and son or a love letter to modern technology? Chef is a warm romantic comedy/drama firmly in the here-and-now with social media references galore. A chef loses his restaurant job after refusing to continue cooking the same old menu. With no money and a desperate need to rebuild his waning reputation Carl Casper … Continue reading Chef

Walk of Shame

A woman in a yellow dress with a terrible hangover running around like a headless chicken with no phone, keys or money may sound like an entertaining ninety-five minutes to you, but please think twice before you commit. Meghan (Elizabeth Banks), a promising reporter, comes very close to realising her dream as a news anchor when she is offered the job of a lifetime. But a … Continue reading Walk of Shame

Jimmy

There’s something heartwarming about family drama’s like Jimmy. They make you laugh and cry at the same time but are ultimately great feel-good movies. Jimmy (Ian Colletti) is a mentally challenged teenager who regularly interacts with supernatural beings only he can see, whom he calls ‘watchers’. Struggling with his ability to see things others can’t Jimmy lands himself in trouble after overhearing something he shouldn’t and … Continue reading Jimmy

Mrs Brown’s Boys D’Movie

The film a lot of people have been dreading this summer, Mrs Brown’s Boys D’Movie hit cinema screens earlier this month and totally smashed the box office, holding top spot upon its release above contemporaries such as Tammy, The Fault in our Stars and 22 Jump Street. But why, if so many people claim to despise it, did it do so fecking well? Everyone’s favourite (or most hated, depending on which side … Continue reading Mrs Brown’s Boys D’Movie