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Comedy

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Midnight in Paris Review

Owen Wilson travels back in time in Woody Allen’s charming comedy Midnight in Paris.

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  • 10th October 2011
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Crazy, Stupid Love Review

Steve Carrell turns to lothario Ryan Gosling to help him recover from a divorce, only to discover the only woman he really wants is his wife.

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  • 24th September 2011
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Troll Hunter Review

Whilst investigating a recent spate of bear deaths, a crew of student filmmakerscome across a mysterious troll hunter in this Norwegian found-footage horror comedy.

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  • 12th September 2011
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30 Minutes or Less Review

Hapless pizza boy Jesse Eisenberg finds himself strapped to a bomb by two low level criminals who are hatching a plan to kill their father.

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  • 5th September 2011
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Friends With Benefits Review

After suffering bad luck in previous relationships, best friends Justin Timberlake and Mila Kunis decide to embark on a strictly physical relationship.

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  • 30th August 2011
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The Inbetweeners Movie Review

The popular British sitcom is transplanted to the big screen as Will, Simon, Jay and Neil head off to Malia for a post-high school lads holiday.

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  • 21st August 2011
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The Guard Review

Brendan Gleeson shines in John Michael McDonagh’s darkly comic twist on the buddy cop formula.

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  • 11th August 2011
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Horrible Bosses Review

Three beleaguered employees decide enough is enough and they’re going to murder their horrible bosses Kevin Spacey, Jennifer Aniston and Colin Farrell.

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  • 11th July 2011
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How Do You Know Review

Reese Witherspoon, Paul Rudd, Jack Nicholson and Owen Wilson star in James L. Brooks’ middling romantic comedy.

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  • 28th January 2011
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