Featuring twice the dads and similar gags to the original Daddy’s Home, this surprisingly funny film is a cheesy holiday treat.
A movie that links Arthur C Clarke with Henry V, Merlin and the Knights of the Round Table and a British secret agent driving an Aston Martin can’t be all bad.
Rough Night provokes enough belly laughs to qualify as an addition to the list of low-brow comedies worth visiting and revisiting.
American playwright Anne Washburn’s “post-electric play” is strangely experimental, concerning a band of survivors of a nuclear catastrophe who at first recall and then re-enact episodes of TV series The Simpsons.
Bridget Jones is back in this highly anticipated sequel Bridget Jones’s Baby – but she still hadn’t solved any of her issues about love and men. And things are about to get a lot messier.
The new adrenaline-fuelled ‘Ben-Hur’ delivers plenty of action, but it can’t hold a candle to the original 1959 epic.