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21 Jump Street

21 Jump Street – Review

At high school, cool and popular jock Jenko (Channing Tatum) picks on overweight, geeky, brace-wearing Schmidt (Jonah Hill). Years later, they turn up at the same police academy and surprise each...

Moneyball

Moneyball – Review

Baseball prodigy Billy Beane (Brad Pitt) is one of those sportsmen who, having failed to match the high expectations everyone had of him, ends up in management. But rather than becoming a coach, b...

Cyrus

Cyrus – Review

John (John C Reilly) is miserable and lonely. It’s seven years since he split from his ex-wife Jamie (Catherine Keener) and he still hasn’t even started getting over it. When she announces that s...

Get Him To The Greek

Get Him To The Greek – Review

Sergio (Sean Combs) is worried about a downturn at his record company, so he asks his staff to come up with ideas to boost the label. Aaron (Jonah Hill) suggests staging a gig at Hollywood’s fame...

The Invention of Lying

The Invention of Lying – Review

In a world where no-one lies – not because everyone’s virtuous, but because the idea of telling an untruth has simply not yet occurred to anyone – Mark (Gervais) writes films. But in such a world...

Funny People – Review

Funny People – Review

George Simmons (Sandler) used to be funny. Then he sold out and went from a sharp stand-up comedian to the kind of big-budget movie star who’s become known for playing such roles as male mermaids ...

Forgetting Sarah Marshall

Forgetting Sarah Marshall – Review

Hollywood composer Peter (Segel) is devastated when his TV actress girlfriend Sarah (Bell) dumps him. On the advice of his best mate (Hader), he takes himself to his favourite Hawaiian retreat for...

Superbad

Superbad – Review

Seth (Hill) and Evan (Cera) are two socially inept teenage friends who are about to graduate from high school. Before going their separate ways for the first time, having been accepted into differ...

Knocked Up

Knocked Up – Review

When Alison (Heigl) is promoted from runner to presenter of an entertainment TV show, she takes her married sister Debbie (Mann) to a club to celebrate. After a drink too many, she finds herself ...

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