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I'm going to go home and sleep with my wife.
Quite possibly the dumbest closing line of all time, and yet it fits perfect for this all round ridiculous murder mystery comedy.
Also must note that while I sort of like the idea of multiple endings, I hated the way they were presented back to back at the end of the film really killed the momentum.
At the very least this modern remake of the classic BBC sitcom “Dad’s Army” cannot be accused of lacking effort. Unlike so many cash ins of beloved IP there’s a palpable sense of passion surrounding this project, you can genuinely feel the respect that both the cast and the crew have for the beloved television series that ran for nine series over a nearly ten year period. Unfortunately that only gets you so far and passion alone does not make…
Disappointing sequels have been an industry staple for years; however the backlash surrounding The Hangover Part II was surprising. Critics and fans lamented the film for being a “carbon copy” and “a shameless cash in”. The Hangover Part III attempts to deliver a true sequel to the 2009 hit comedy, but unfortunately fails completely.
There is no wedding, no hangover or nobody missing this time around. The Hangover Part III sees the Wolf pack attempting to track down Mr Chow…
An incredible movie in nearly all accepts. A stellar soundtrack combine with a film noir style to create a perfectly realized dark world. An interesting plot with a hint of morality, make the film more than a big brash action movie. Harrison Ford gives a layered performance to bring a likeable but rough character to the screen. Action that is fast and enjoyable but with a brutal edge inline with the films dark world. Maybe it's only flaw is the…