Film review, by Claire Durrant, of the Tommy Wiseau directed comedy thriller about a man who, after losing everything, gets a second chance by a friendly mortician.
Film review by Jason Day of Fist Fight starring Ice Cube and Charlie Day as two warring teachers squaring up for a schoolyard fight.
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Film review of the comedy Hail, Caesar! starring Josh Brolin as a Hollywood ‘fixer’ who has to juggle a number of cinematic disasters, including the kidnapping of a leading man (George Clooney).
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Directors: Ethan Coen, Joel Coen. (106 mins). Mike Zoss Productions, Working Title Films.
Film review of the comedy, based on the classic British TV series, about the actions and adventures of the Walmington-on-Sea Home Guard platoon, comprised mostly of elderly men and led by an officious, hierachy obsessed bank manager (Toby Jones) who must deal with a beautiful female reporter (Catherine Zeta Jones) and a German spy as World War II comes to a close.
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Director: Oliver Parker. (100 mins). DJ Films/Universal. (PG)