Nicolas Stoller’s The Five Year Engagement opened in the UK this weekend, a feature which sees the English-American film maker combine writing, production and direction alongside household names Judd Apatow and Jason Segal. In additional to the typical problems that
This week saw the release of the fourth in the American Pie series, The Reunion, where we rejoin Stifler et al nearly a decade after we left them celebrating Jim’s marriage to Michelle. After the previous cinematic release, American Pie:
This month saw Swedish filmmaker Lasse Hallstrom return to the director’s chair with Salmon Fishing in the Yemen, a British rom-com starring Ewan McGregor and Emily Blunt. Hallstrom’s last picture, Dear John, was more of a romantic tragedy, both in
There have been countless cinematic interpretations of Charles Dickens’ classic novel A Christmas Carol, but few can compare to Scrooged. Filmed in the late 80s at a time when greed was good, the timing of the movie in which Bill
This weekend saw the UK release of 50/50, a comedy drama starring Seth Rogan and 500 Days of Summer star Joseph Gordon-Levitt. With the film focusing on Gordon-Levitt’s character and his battle with cancer, TCJ’s George Zielinski went to find
Ahead of its cinema release on 11th November, TCJ were kindly invited to an advanced screening of Kill Keith, a tongue in cheek comedy-horror with a baffling yet wonderful cast.
Now infamous for giving bizarre interviews and selling merchandise with ‘WINNING’ and ‘I HAVE TIGER BLOOD’ on, many may recall that Charlie Sheen was once an actor. Most famous for more serious film roles in Platoon and Wall Street, Sheen
After suffering mixed reviews with last year’s You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger, Woody Allen returns to the Director’s chair with new feature Midnight in Paris, starring Owen Wilson, Rachel McAdams and Michael Sheen.
With an eight year gap since the original Johnny English was released, you could be forgiven for wondering if there would ever be a sequel or if the film would be left to flounder in the Bargain Bucket of Blockbuster
Rivalling Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy for your £7 this week is Crazy, Stupid, Love. a funny and realistic comedy-drama from the writer who brought us Cars and, you guessed it, Cars 2.
As previewed on The Comedy Journal last week, 30 Minutes or Less starring Jesse Eisenberg, Aziz Ansari and Danny McBride is Zombieland director Ruben Fleischer’s latest offering. The film follows the meagre existence of Nick (Eisenberg), a pizza delivery boy
The Change-Up stars Jason Bateman (Arrested Development, Horrible Bosses) as David, a hard working lawyer and family man who can’t find time for himself, and Ryan Reynolds (Buried, Green Lantern) as best friend Mitch, a perennial waster, pot-smoker and part