Ewan Gleadow

Movie Review: Superintelligence

Movie Review: Superintelligence

Thanksgiving, a time for all you Americans out there to be thankful for the few things in your life worth keeping. For us across the pond, I’m sure we look relatively weird on bonfire night, and I’d say the same for you all over there if you didn’t get to couple this holiday with good […]

 Ryan Easby

Review: The Happytime Murders

Review: The Happytime Murders

… What the hell did I just watch? I’ll tell you what I just watched, a film that uses puppets and humans as a very, very thinly veiled metaphor for racism. It was also one of the unfunniest comedies I’ve ever watched. Occasionally I wonder if Melissa McCarthy is making these films as a way […]

 Ewan Gleadow

Review: Can You Ever Forgive Me?

Review: Can You Ever Forgive Me?

View this post on Instagram Her greatest work will be her biggest crime. @MelissaMcCarthy stars in @CanYouEverForgiveMe [trailer link in bio] – in theaters 10.19.18 #FemaleFilmmakerFriday A post shared by Can You Ever Forgive Me? (@canyoueverforgiveme) on Mar 16, 2018 at 3:02pm PDT Biopics have dominated the Awards season thus far, and it’s easy to […]

 Sally Seaton

Preview: Life of the Party

Preview: Life of the Party

Melissa McCarthy is a comedy genius known for her hilarious acting roles as an overweight, clumsy, witty middle-aged woman. In her new film that hits UK cinemas this May, she is exactly that – the life and soul of a party. Starting out as a controlled house wife, newly-divorced Deanna (Melissa McCarthy) turns her wasted […]