Every now and then there comes a film which uses just one actor, in a confined location, in a specific situation, where the director just points a camera at them and lets them get on with it. Sometimes these are films that simply should not work, let alone be enthralling or entertaining, and this is one such film. But what a wonderful surprise it was.
On first appearances this is merely a film where a man, played by Tom Hardy,…
I don't think I have ever failed to smile at anything the Muppets have been involved in, there is something about them that always cheers me up (yes, even Muppets In Space had that redeeming quality about it). This is absolutely no exception.
Despite only slightly falling short of the heights of the previous film, the film makers are so self aware of the trend of sequels being not as good as the first that they even poke fun at…