Get Hard – Review

Get Hard awkwardly stumbles through attempts at finding humour in racial and sexual differences. Allegations of xeno/homophobia could be partially diffused by comedic context, but this comedy clearly needs to...

The Interview – Review

Satire should be served bubbling; so acidic that it burns the spoon on which it is being delivered from. The Interview, by comparison, is a trampled clot of stinging nettles with some tired genital jokes...

St. Vincent – Review

Equal parts heart-warming comedy and heart-breaking tragedy, St. Vincent is a retelling of a well-worn story which leaves the broad-strokes of the plot predictable from the start. Some salvation comes from...

Horrible Bosses 2 – Review

For better or worse, if you’ve watched a mainstream US comedy in the last five years, it’s going to be riddled with improv. Horrible Bosses 2 is no different and Bateman, Day and Sudeikis offer nothing...

This Is Where I Leave You – Review

Family, eh? Ya gotta love 'em. Even when your wife is cheating on you with your boss, your mother’s demanding you home for seven days, your sister won't stop bleating advice and one of your brothers has a...

Spring – LFF Review

Death leads to dubious love in this endlessly inventive delight that pays no regard to traditional genre boundaries. Directors Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead send bereaved lead Evan (Lou Taylor Pucci) on...