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Review – Hector and the Search for Happiness

Genre: Drama
Certificate: 15
UK Release Date: 15th August 2014
Runtime: 120 minutes
Director: Peter Chelsom
Writer: Peter Chelsom, Maria von Heland, Tinker Lindsay
Starring: 539 more words


Guest Review: Up

Director: Pete Docter
Year: 2009
Score: 9.9/10
Reviewer: Drew Pontikis

My two boys are now at an age where they remain enthralled throughout a film, which has given me an excuse to work my way through the Pixar back catalogue again. 351 more words


Hector and the Search for Happiness Review (15)

Simon Pegg plays the ‘everyman’ exceptionally well. From Shaun of the Dead to Run Fatboy Run, his innate charm and self-deprecating charisma make him thoroughly relatable. 535 more words



A Science Fiction film that predates “A Nightmare on Elm Street”, “The Matrix” and “Inception” yet has key ideas that each of those films exploit as their main plot devices. 1,905 more words


Sharing: Senneville's own Christopher Plummer tells the Guardian that Canadians are 'born to be comedians'

OK, Christopher Plummer doesn’t live in the Montreal suburb Senneville now, but he did grow up there. The Canadian actor chatted with the Guardian recently, by telephone from Toronto, for a column that’s called 30 Minutes With . 447 more words

The Cine Files

Hector and the Search for Happiness Review

Hector and the Search for Happiness  fancies itself a comedy, a drama, an action movie, and a travelogue, but the film fails in each of the genres, revealing itself to be nothing more than an awful little film about one uninteresting man’s mid-life crisis. 607 more words