Zoolander 2 is directed by Ben Stiller and stars Ben Stiller, Owen Wilson, Penelope Crùz, Will Ferrell and Kristen Wiig along with an array of different cameos from various faces in pop culture. The film is about Derek and Hansel fighting for custody of Derek Jr (zoolaner's son) after he lost him 14 years ago. That's it.
This Film feels very very rushed which is ironic since it has been a long 14 years since the original. I feel it should have been looked at serval before any consideration of release. I feel like I would have preferred to wait another 14 years for them to make a much better film then rush this one and make so poorly.
It had a few funny moments but the jokes were mostly very drab and lacklustre. Most of the other jokes weren't even funny, they would probably make a 6 year old grin, the jokes where somewhat chewed up by the first film and spat out. I did feel really quite awkward watching this with my mother as it felt very cringey to watch.
The whole film was built around cameos to distract audience members from the fact that everything else was absolutely awful
I'm going to give Zoolander 2
How to Be Single is directed by Christian Ditter and tells the story of a girl and her friends experiencing life as is it without relationships getting in the way. This film has a great moral and tells us we don't need to be with someone to have a good time, and it really touches on this idea.
This was a funny, light hearted, feel good film. The film consisted of four main actresess Dakota Johnson, Rebel Wilson, Leslie Mann and Alison Brie each and everyone one of them did absolutely stunning job. Wilson as usual was the funny 'fat-amy' type character who worked for this film, then for the first time on screen I was introduced to Dakota Johnson as I did not not see her in her 2015 debut Fifty Shades Of Grey for obvious reasons. She was outstanding and I am happy to see a fresh, new actress with some good acting talented introduced to world of hollywood. Mann performed even better than she usually does as did Alison Brie who is also a newish actress face and am looking forward to see her in various roles to come.
This was a chuckle worthy chick flick that isn't all what it's cracked up to be as it tackles head on, difficult choices we have to make in life and how we can't let relationships get in the way of finding yourself.
I'm going to give How to Be Single
Deadpool is directed by Tim Miller and is about a former special forces operative turned mercenary who in roles in a rouge experiment that leaves him to adopt accelerated heeling powers and henceforth makes him Deadpool.
Wow oh wow!
Marvel truly have knocked it out of the park. Incredibly funny and surprisingly action packed for a film that we thought would be more ironic and black humour which funnily enough it was, but also contained a fair amount of action scenes.
The film consisted of barley any characters which was completely un noticeable due to the strong comedic atmosphere upheld by Ryan Reynolds throughout the whole movie; which is also by far his best film ever. The Deadpool character was so well crafted and clearly took a long time to perfect.
It so well put together and I must say I can't fault it in any way, it was a absolutely flawless Deadpool really got the film he deserved and the film we served too. Never been more impressed by seeing people sliced every where.
Dad'd Amy is directed by Oliver Parker and is the cinematic reboot of the classic 1960's Dad's Army television program.
A very good tribute to the original. Truly Funny; has it's good moments, although could have been put together much better, I found myself questioning the actual strength of the plot as I feel it was not very clear to me that they went in knowing what exactly they wanted to make.
Hilarious one liners courtesy of Michael Gambon who was a great use of acting talent as well as
Catherine Zeta Jones who played the role of a fairly attractive journalist. Whist these two mostly made the film we didn't see much from either of them.
Nice, relaxed film to watch on a cold Sunday afternoon, plot could have been developed more and a tiny bit slow but overall most satisfactory.
I'm going to give Dad's Army
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