Movies rarely improve upon their source material and this film version of David Nicholls' bestseller is no exception.
I know it's lame and rather juvenile, but I do get a kid out of hearing kids swear. In particular, it always tickles me when they have baby Stewie saying fuck.
When you think of Rio you think of fun, carnival, party, party, party. Unfortunately the film version doesn't quite live up to the city it's named after.
This movie made me nauseous! After watching the trailer, I wasn't expecting much more than a syrupy sweet rom-com with the formulaic phases of: boy meets girl, boy falls in...
If you're single then you might wish to avoid this light-hearted confection. If you're loved up and attached you'll find it more palatable.
Do we need another Alice in Wonderland film, you may ask. Lewis Carroll’s books have been adapted umpteen times before.
Filmmakers love a wedding, don't they? I've lost count of how many wedding-based films there have been over the years.
Do you take this film to be your 90-minute companion? To watch and to enjoy for the duration of your union? I would suggest you answer “no”, and switch off ...