Ridiculous 6

The Ridiculous 6 – Review

With neither the anticipation of The Hateful Eight nor the veneration of The Magnificent Seven, in rides The Ridiculous 6. The potential freedoms of a direct-to-Netflix deal seem to have been ignored by...
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Pixels – Review

Pixels is probably fine if you have nothing better to do. Narrative inconsistencies and total changes within the film’s own logic seem to come out of nowhere every few minutes – though I guess none of...

The Cobbler – Review

As if it wasn't jarring enough to see Sandler and Buscemi play understated with nary a slippery footed Kevin James in sight. Writer/director Thomas McCarthy has created an uneasy mess; shifting its tone from...

Men, Women & Children – LFF Review

Jason Reitman's deceptively light exploration of the Digital Age couples both comedy and tragedy through near-accepted absurdity. Despite Men, Women & Children's initial, "sexually playful" approach, it...

Blended – Review

Welcome to Blended, brought to you by the South African Tourist Board. On your left is a lumbering performance from Drew Barrymore, and on your right is a clunky and drawn-out plot. At least South Africa looks...