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A brilliant action-comedy from writers Edgar Wright and Simon Pegg. It’s one of my favourite films, and I can’t believe I’d never gotten around to review it.
This is my favourite film because it is so cleverly written and very funny. It follows the story of goody-two-shoes London policeman named Nicholas Angel (Simon Pegg) who gets transferred to a small, rural village against his will… Continue reading
Tagged action, baby driver, comedy, cornetto trilogy, edgar wright, film, hot fuzz, jim broadbent, nick frost, review, shaun of the dead, simon pegg, the world's end
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From the genius that is Edgar Wright (Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz, The World’s End and Scott Pilgrim vs the World), comes Baby Driver. A music-infused movie about a getaway driver named Baby, played by baby-faced actor Ansel Elgort (The Fault in our Stars). Baby scores his own life by picking the appropriate music on his iPod for everything he does. He doesn’t do anything without music playing in his ears, stemming from a traumatic car crash as a child that left him with tinnitus.. Continue reading
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…what the hell did I just watch..?
So I’m guessing most of you are huge Edgar-Simon-Nick combo fans! I’m sure you were just as psyched when you heard about the final instalment of the Cornetto trilogy being released!
Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz and The World’s End – bring your check list for all of the similarities and shared jokes! It’s like being a part of a huge inside-joke.
Anyway! So I was so excited to see this film! But this was more wacky, more psychedelic, out of left-field, ‘what the hell’ material that I ever thought could be possible for these three guys to invent.
The movie started out awesomely! It was hilarious as they introduced the main characters.
The general storyline was… Continue reading
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The best Black Comedy of all time.
I have a weakness for Zombie apocalypse movies anyway, however, this film has taken every zombie cliche` in the book and ends up pointing fun at themselves which is hilarious!
The creators called it a “Rom Zom Com”… Continue reading
Tagged 2004, apocalypse, bill nighy, com zom rom, comedy, dylan moran, edgar wright, film, film review, Kate Ashfield, Lucy Davis, movie, nick frost, nz, Penelope Wilton, review, romatic, shaun of the dead, simon pegg, zombie
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Holy crap, if you haven’t seen this, you are seriously deprived of life. Likewise, if you saw it and didn’t like it, you are deprived of a sense of humour… Seriously, how can you live with yourself!? You have been shunned.
However, I saw it. Then I saw it again. Then I purchased the DVD with my hard-earned pennies and enjoyed it a whole lot more! Juno is more than just a “comedy drama” as Wikipedia so conservatively stated. It is the hilarious and refreshing story of a typical teenager, Juno McGuff (Ellen Page), and her slight mishap of falling pregnant by the introverted and slightly cheesy Paulie Bleaker (Michael Cera)… Continue reading
Tagged Allison Janney, edgar wright, ellen page, film, J.K. Simmons, Jason Bateman, jason reitman, Jennifer Garner, julia garner, juno, michael cera, review