What We Do In The Shadows – ridiculous NZ comedy. Its documentary style and pretty funny.
I Give It a Year – British romcom with a lot of stupidity and plenty of very funny crude moments.
Hector and the Pursuit of Happiness – decent start, common concept, Simon Pegg playing his usual role, easy ending. Seemed very edited and therefore confused. Some nice, if simplistic set pieces and scenery from Tibet, and French generalising about Africa.
Dom Hemingway – Jude Law again. Probably made as a favour for a friend, Jude acts out in the typical UK crime comedy feature rough jokes, ridiculous set pieces, tough acts, Richard E Grant and a bunch of other stereotypes. Its thankful short but it’s also not bad entertainment for that short time.
Spy – now this is very funny. Melissa McCarthy is brilliant. The lanky English woman is herself, annoying.
Get Hard – disappointing with a few genuinely big laughs.
Ex-Machina – not quite as clever as it should be but then it is Alex Garland so you cant expect much.
Ant-Man – This is pretty godo to be honest. Of course its stupid but its meant to be. Its a superhero movie.
Jurassic World – predictable watchable nonsense.
Mission Impossible Something Somewhere. – Tom does it again but having watched the Scientology documentary with him, his conviction in himself is madness.
Trainwreck – disappointing even though its pretty good. It falls for the lame endings and is more romantic comedy than comedy. Boo
Ted 2 – far. Some laughs but seen it before in Family Guy. Seth needs a new idea.
Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief – my fucking god. Madness. Must see.