Pitching itself as a modern fairytale, Penelope is a whimsical and engaging piece of throwaway entertainment that never quite hits the lofty heights it aims for.
Here we go again, as the money-hungry, clueless morons that seem to be running Hollywood these days destroy yet another cherished childhood memory.
Films about films are often a little pretentious: there's something about that self-referencing navel gazing that can really get one's goat.
Death At A Funeral is a strange little farce. There are some great comic highs — mostly courtesy of Alan Tudyk as an unwitting tester of a strong hallucinogen —...