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THE WEEKLY // A Bad Mom’s Christmas

It’s beginning to feel a lot like Christmas, and with booze, bratty kids and bad decisions, the sequel to Bad Moms is just as “bad” as the first. Continue reading “THE WEEKLY // A Bad Mom’s Christmas”

THE WEEKLY // Happy Death Day

Imagine reliving your own murder over and over again! This is the reality for college student Tree (Jessica Rothe), who wakes up on the morning of her birthday, Continue reading “THE WEEKLY // Happy Death Day”

THE WEEKLY // The House

Obviously when my parents couldn’t afford something for me, they lied about it and started an underground casino to try and make some easy money. That’s what all parents do, Continue reading “THE WEEKLY // The House”

THE WEEKLY // Baywatch

When I heard they were making a Baywatch film, I was among the many who cried, “Oh god, no!” When I saw the trailer, I thought, “Hang on a minute …” Continue reading “THE WEEKLY // Baywatch”

THE WEEKLY // Snatched

With Mother’s Day been and gone, there’s not much left to say about Snatched. Yeah, perhaps it was a good film to take Mum to for a girly night out but now those obligations are over, is there any other point to see it? Continue reading “THE WEEKLY // Snatched”

THE WEEKLY // Colossal

Returning home from an all-night bender, alcoholic Gloria (Anne Hathaway) discovers that her boyfriend has had enough of her and has packed her bags. With nowhere else to go, she essentially squats at her family home in the small town she grew up in. Reconnecting with Continue reading “THE WEEKLY // Colossal”

THE WEEKLY // Office Christmas Party

When the CEO of an IT company (Jennifer Aniston) threatens to close her party-hard brother’s branch, he (T.J. Miller), the Chief Technical Officer (Jason Bateman) and head of tech (Olivia Munn) rally their colleagues into turning their annual non-denominational cheese and wine evening into Continue reading “THE WEEKLY // Office Christmas Party”

THE WEEKLY // Trolls

Let’s be honest, I was never a fan of those smiling, wild-haired plastic troll dolls when I was a kid, but I can say I like them a whole lot better than the “new and improved” 3D-animation monstrosities we see here.

Trolls opens in an oddly dark place, Continue reading “THE WEEKLY // Trolls”

THE WEEKLY // Keeping Up With The Joneses

It’s been a while since a suburban spy-com hit the big screen; from Fun With Dick and Jane to Mr & Mrs Smith, and Ashton Kutcher and Katherine Heigl’s flop The Killers, now it’s time for Keeping Up With The Joneses.

One has to wonder how this film scored such a star-studded cast. Continue reading “THE WEEKLY // Keeping Up With The Joneses”

THE WEEKLY // Sausage Party

During the first moments when we saw the trailer for Sausage Party, we naively assumed it was just another animated kids film. Upon seeing the raunchy hotdog bun characters, a thought crossed our minds; Continue reading “THE WEEKLY // Sausage Party”

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