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David Wain, perhaps best known as the director of films like Role Models and Wanderlust returns to a style of genre comedy that made Wet Hot American Summer a huge cult hit over the last few years, but instead of the 80s teen movie They Came Together eyes up the romantic comedy genre, and absolutely decimates every cliché and beat to all of those soft, easy films that Meg Ryan then Jennifer Aniston then Katherine Heigl made their money off of.

Jon Hamm is back as a sports agent who stages an unconventional recruitment strategy to get talented Indian cricket players to play Major League Baseball.

Video: Let's Be Cops Movie Review

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Cop comedy Let's Be Cops is in cinemas now and gets the reel deal treatment in the...…

Obvious Child Movie Review

Obvious Child Movie Review

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Donna is a stand-up comedian working the back room of a bar in Brooklyn for no money...…

Night Moves Movie Review

Night Moves Movie Review

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Night Moves is a strange beast, an environmental thriller ala The East yet a quiet communal drama...…

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ScarJo fans you're favourite movie heroine is back in Lucy which sees a woman, accidentally caught in...…

Video: The Guest Movie Review

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The Guest premieres this week, at this years annual Film4 FrightFest festival. Starring Dan Stevens of Downton...…

Lucy Movie Review

Lucy Movie Review

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Luc Besson's first decade was a real thorough break-out of action, sci-fi, thriller and female-led features, such...…

The Trip to Italy Review

The Trip to Italy Review

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Starring Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon, The Trip To Italy may tread familiar ground, but only because...…

Guardians Of The Galaxy Movie Review

Guardians Of The Galaxy Movie Review

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James Gunn, the writer/director of horror flick SLiTHER and dark indie comedy drama Super is not on...…