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Suckers [2001]

Written and directed by Roger Nygard (who made Trekkies [1997] and Trekkies 2 [2004]) this low-budget gem is a startling look into the world of used car salesmen….

Star Trek Into Darkness [2013]

Another poor approximation of the English language, either need to be Star Trek [verb/ noun [1]] Into Darkness or Star Trek: Into The Darkness – this is worse…

Iron Man 3 [2013]

Richest man in the world, super-scientist, mechanic, inventor extraordinaire, wise-cracking faux arsehole with a heart of gold superhero Tony Stark aka Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr) is back…

Pain & Gain [2013]

As the end credits began to roll at the end of Pain & Gain, accompanied quite fittingly by Coolio’s 90s hit Gangsta’s Paradise and I thought back fondly…

Manhattan Murder Mystery [1993]

Woody Allen and Diane Keaton star as Larry and Carol Lipton, a middle-aged New York couple that are beginning to become bored with their life and each other….

A Mighty Wind [2003]

Jane Lynch is so funny and ridiculously frightening all at once as the ex-street worker drug addict turned feel-good wholesome folk singer qua ‘colour worshipping’ cult-leading witch amongst…

OSS 117: Le Caire Nid d’Espions (Cairo Nest of Spies) [2006]

The codename of Hubert Bonisseur de La Bath, a secret agent working for the French Office of Strategic Services, OSS 117 was the subject of 88 novels written…

The Great Gatsby [2013]

It’s rare that a film irritates me with its woefulness to such a point that I pick up the laptop to write the review while I’m still watching…

Bullets over Broadway [1994]

John Cusack plays David Shayne, an aspiring struggling playwright in New York in the 1920’s, has written a play that he believes is gold, but, along with his…

Star Trek Generations [1994]

If there were a point along the reverse-viewing-Star-Trek-films-are-getting-better axis where the Star Trek finally became actually passably good cinema and not just dross for the nerdy fans who…