Redesigned, energised and with a spring in his step, the Blue Blur dashes onto the silver screen to defy disaster in a solid, if somewhat shallow adaptation
Chloe Moretz is going to be a big, big star one day. She's got drive, determination and, most importantly, masses of acting talent.
A capable cast and just enough humour means this predictable comedy isn’t spellbinding but won’t leave you asking for your money back.
Penguins + Carrey = box office. That’s the simple but undoubtedly correct mathematical equation 20th Century Fox has come up with for this summer’s family-friendly comedy.
And then you sit down and watch it and discover, well, yes, some admittedly odd animation (and more on that in a second) but an overall excellent adaptation that delivers...
This dark comedy directed by the writers of Bad Santa, and based on the book by Steve McVicker, is a bright, bubbly uber-camp true story of one con-man’s rise to...
Oh joy, you probably thought when you saw the posters go up, just what we need: ANOTHER bloody interpretation of A Christmas Carol.
Actually, a better title for this would be Just Say No – to weak scripts! Carrey plays Carl Allen, a ri-hi-heal-y nice guy with a negative attitude.