• Film Review – Zoolander 2

    Zoolander 2, the follow-up to the fantastic cult classic, truly takes the ridicule of the first movie and stretches it out as much as possible, unfortunately creating some mixed results. Firstly, in the spirit of optimism, let’s review what works in this movie. If you loved the characters of...
  • 2016: Hot Or Not – Zoolander 2

    Let’s wave goodbye to 2015! Good times, bad times we’ve had them all – but you know what they say, as one door closes, another one opens. Over the coming month we’ll be bringing you a snapshot of everything 2016 has to offer – the good, the bad and...
  • Trailer Watch – Zoolander 2

    After a wait of FIFTEEN YEARS, a glimpse of Derek and Hansel walking the catwalk during Paris Fashion Week was better for many of us comedy fans, than Valentino’s new collection! What is even better is the realisation that Derek and Hansel are back to save the world, one...
  • Film Review – She’s Funny That Way

    In the screwball comedy She’s Funny That Way, Peter Bogdanovich shows us his best attempt at a Woody Allen film; the only problem being, he’s not Woody Allen. It is sad to say that this well intentioned comedy misses the mark as the farcical events inevitably lead to a...
  • Film Review – Inherent Vice

    As much as there was excitement for Paul Thomas Anderson’s 2015 release; with its much beloved source material and striking neon poster; the trailer for Inherent Vice was one of the clumsiest in recent memory. It left many intrigued as to what exactly the movie was going to be...
  • Trailer Watch – Inherent Vice

    Upon first watching the trailer for Paul Thomas Anderson’s newest film, Inherent Vice, viewers can be excused for feeling confused.   Based on Thomas Pynchon’s novel of the same name, the audience is introduced to Larry Sportello, known as “Doc” (Joaquin Phoenix), a Private Detective commissioned by his ex (Katherine...
  • Review – The Grand Budapest Hotel

    Wes Anderson’s art house comedy The Grand Budapest Hotel is a whimsical portrait of a lobby boy’s journey from rags to riches. Set in the fictional, central European-esque Republic of Zubrowka, the film centres on the titular hotel during its heyday in the early 1930s. It’s a quirky, meticulously...