Alien road comedy stuck in first gear.
SXSW: An amiable alien comedy that’s casual in more ways than one, Paul does the bare minimum to execute its premise, and little more to entertain. Written by Hot Fuzz and Shaun of the Dead creators Simon Pegg and Nick Frost, the film follows...
Third instalment steers franchise back on course
Put simply, Meet the Parents: Little Fockers is nowhere near as good as 2000’s Meet the Parents, but neither is it as dismal as the repetitive 2004 sequel Meet the Fockers. Fittingly, for a film about ageing and adjusting your goals in life, it...
The luck runs out for novelist Sparks in dreary, soulless adaptation.
The seventh movie adapted from Nicholas Sparks’ novels, The Lucky One, is among the least entertaining, credible or compelling. Yes, the melodrama adheres to Sparks’ heretofore winning formula of star-crossed lovers who overcome disease or other...
Pam Byrnes, Teri Polo, is living with boyfriend Greg Focker, Ben Stiller in New York where she works as a teacher and he is a nurse. Greg wants to marry Pam, but she`s an old-fashioned girl - her father will have to approve; and the opportunity...