Tags » Comedy-Drama

A Hologram for the King (2016) Movie Review

A Hologram for the King is a comedy drama directed by Tom Tykwer. Alan Clay (Hanks) is a depressed American salesman who’s in Saudi Arabia on a business trip selling a holographic telecom system to a Saudi King. 334 more words


SMILF (Showtime)

SMILF (Showtime) – Premieres 5th November

A comedy drama that follows Brigette, a single mother who is trying to balance her parental, work and social life while dealing with her strenuous relationship with her mother and coming to terms that her ex is now dating again. 58 more words

2017 Review

Logan Lucky

What’s James Bond doing here as a blond-white beefcake, and redneck to boot? It takes a gulp and a little intake of breath to calm that sense of dissonance. 1,004 more words


Victoria and Abdul

It’s all in the eyes. When Queen Victoria meets Mohammed Abdul Karim in June 1887, he quickly makes a strong impression. The Queen writes about him in her diary, that same day, mentioning that he is tall, with ‘fine serious countenance’, and is lighter skinned than his compatriot and fellow servant, Mohammed Buksh. 730 more words


Self Confessed Serial TV Binge Watcher

As Aaron and I sat there watching the final episode of Stranger Things 2 (if you haven’t heard of it or seen it, where the hell have you been – under a rock?!) I said it’s amazing how Netflix has totally transformed how we watch TV and movies. 1,209 more words


Eddie the Eagle (2016) Movie Review

Eddie the Eagle is a biopic sports comedy-drama directed by Dexter Fletcher. A young Eddie Edwards dreams big of becoming an athlete in the Summer Olympics. 314 more words


Review: The Florida Project

Director: Sean Baker

Stars: Bria Vinaite, Brooklynn Prince, Willem Dafoe

A couple of years back Sean Baker came to some people’s attention for Tangerine, a joyous Christmas movie that gained soundbite currency for being filmed wholly on an iPhone. 964 more words