One of the occasional pleasures about reviewing films is when one comes along that you have zero expectations for – and being wowed at how good it is.
Writer-director Taylor is friends with author Kathryn Stockett, whose best-selling novel this movie is based upon. She apparently helped him secure the gig. Good for him.
One of the occasional pleasures about attending movie screenings is showing up for film that one has little knowledge of and zero expectations for – and being wowed at how good...
When's the last time you saw a really, REALLY good teen movie? American Pie? Clueless? Heathers? Mean Girls? Yeah, it's been a while, hasn't it – apart from the wonderful...
Note: the following review contains 3 outright lies which I’ve helpfully numbered.
To be honest, I wasn't expecting a huge amount from this zom-com, but I was pleasantly surprised.
I was lucky enough to sneak into a test screening of Zombieland recently, and thought your readers might be interested in my review of the film.
Robert "Fish" Fishman (Wilson) is a man on the edge. Initially that's the edge of great things because his big-haired 80s metal band, Vesuvius, is about to go stellar.
Anna Faris stars as a Playboy bunny who gets thrown out of the mansion and is taken on as a house mother at a college sorority for losers.