Tag Archive: Comedy

Sing Street Review

As time passes by and our dreams subside and memories vanish we’ll always remember the songs that made us cry and the songs that saved our life. The music of our formative years… Continue reading

Grimsby Review

Sacha Baron Cohen has a fine knack for ruffling feathers with his films. With Ali G he forced Staines in to redefining itself as Staines-upon-Thames; as Borat he single-handedly dismantled Kazakhstan’s reputation as… Continue reading

The Vaudevillian Heroes of Silent Film

One of cinema’s most enduring and iconic images is Harold Lloyd, donning his trademark boater and circular spectacles, hanging precariously from a clock face above bustling streets below. In this timely snapshot we… Continue reading

The Inbetweeners 2 Review

A review of the latest instalment in the doomed, cringe worthy post adolescent lives of Inbetweeners Will, Simon, Jay and Neil. Are the boys still funny down under?

We’re The Millers Review

Everyone knows one of those perfect families; the type that has a dream life- with wonderfully clever children, a beautiful wife and a man’s man head of the faultless suburban household, yet behind… Continue reading