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Jeffrey Tambor Back In Emmy Race; Netflix Submits 'Arrested Development' Role

EXCLUSIVE: Having been tossed from Amazon’s Transparent over sexual harassment claims, Jeffrey Tambor is looking to jump back into this year’s Emmys thanks to Netflix and the return of… 542 more words

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The Curious Return of Arrested Development

After another long wait, we stand on the cusp of welcoming once more TV’s most narcissistic, selfish and hilarious group of relatives back on to our screens. 1,699 more words


Review: Game Night (2018)

Have I ever mentioned how much I love Jason Bateman comedies? Horrible Bosses and The Change Up are 2 of my favourite movies of all time, and I’m also a big fan of board games and game nights in general so you can imagine how gutted I was to miss the cinema release of Game Night! 425 more words

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THE GIFT (transfer) review

These “transfer” reviews are from when I only did reviews on my Facebook page back in 2015. Bare in mind when reading these, I didn’t have the same formula in my review writing that I do now, and my usual “who starred and who directed” information is completely absent, so everything “italicized” is new. 1,013 more words


'Game Night' Bullet Point Review

Using bullet points, I’m going to give you my thoughts on the current front-runner for the title of FUNNIEST MOVIE of 2018…‘Game Night’! 189 more words


Malin Akerman Weekend - Couples Retreat (2009)

Director: Peter Billingsley

Writer: Jon Favreau, Vince Vaughn, Dana Fox (Screenplay)

Starring: Vince Vaughn, Jason Bateman, Faizon Love, Jon Favreau, Malin Akerman, Kristen Bell, Kristin David, Kali Hawk, Tasha Smith, Jean Reno… 646 more words


Game Night (2018)

A group of friends who meet regularly for game nights find themselves entangled in a real-life mystery. (IMDb)

Keeps things fresh, to its credit–the plot and humour don’t rely solely on the initial premise of dramatic irony, the characters are funny but develop depth too (see dumb, cocky Ryan’s vulnerability in the van; big shot Brooks’ pavement penitence), and the cinematography takes creative turns (see the game-board zoom-ins, one-take egg exchange)–even if the choices don’t always work (the third act has one or two too many twists; the dark comedy isn’t always funny–see Annie’s “Oh no, he died!”).

7/10 (Good)