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The Interview

Some times, the story of how a film gets to the cinema is more interesting than the film itself. I’m sure when Don Quixote finally makes it to the big screen it’ll be great, but honestly I’d be more into the making of documentary in the DVD because of the many reshoots they had to do and the overall cursed nature of the film. 1,204 more words

Film Review - Bachelorette (2012)

Looking at the poster of Bachelorette, you can see that coming a year after Bridesmaids it was looking to capitalise on the success of its predecessor. 495 more words

Film Review

Mean Girls (2004)

There’s a good mix of sour and sweet to be found in Mean Girls, the 2004 comedy from director Mark Waters. This is kind of an SNL film in a number of ways, with Lorne Michaels producing and Tina Fey penning the screenplay. 660 more words


The Interview or: The Less Desirables Movie of the Week


The Less Desirables Movie of the Week brought to you by a/perture Cinema, is The Interview.  This is the film that I truly feel was turned into a gimmick by means of a controversy.   487 more words

The Less Desirables

The Interview (2014, Seth Rogen, Evan Goldberg)

‘They hate us ‘cause they ain’t us.’

After all the controversy and media coverage for what felt like was being billed as one of the most provocative comedies in years, The Interview has turned out to be a tame, lifeless and anodyne film that in comparison to something like Team America (which released ten-years ago) already seems dated and pointless. 258 more words

4- #DLMChallenge "The Interview"

On January 24th, I’d finally watched the most controversial film of 2014: The Interview. 133 more words

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