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Film Review: Sausage Party (MA15+) (USA, 2016) is hilariously fun and… thought-provoking?

Seth Rogen has always been associated with stoner humour and raunchy comedy, but in the case of Sausage Party, he takes it to a whole new level. With animated films that have anthropomorphised objects like toys (i.e. the Toy Story films) and cars (i.e. Cars), Rogen had the idea to anthropomorphise consumer products while retaining his own brand of humour.... Continue Reading

Film Review: Kung Fu Panda (USA/China, 2016)

The strong, funny and perhaps a little clumsy panda is back on the screen to entertain the audience once again in Kung Fu Panda 3. Produced by DreamWorks Animation in a first time collaboration with China’s Oriental DreamWorks, the Kung Fu Panda franchise is back with its third installment on the screen after a 3 years’ gap (2008 and 2011). The previous two movies have grossed more than $US400 million in the US alone, and were loved around the world. The fans, including myself are very excited to welcome back Po, our beloved panda hero.... Continue Reading

MTV unveils the first round of presenters for 2016 MTV Movie Awards!

On Tuesday, MTV announced the first round of presenters for this year’s MTV Movie Awards.... Continue Reading

Here’s our first look at James Franco in action as Tommy Wiseau in The Disaster Artist

From Tommy Wiseau’s mysterious and strangely disinterested tone to some of the most quotable (for all the wrong reasons) pieces of dialogue in cinematic history, 2003 cult (quirky black) comedy The Room has remained in the hearts and minds of fans around the world for over a decade now. It’s achieved what very few other “bad” movies have managed to do, placing it as a timeless “disasterpiece” that will likely keep gaining fans until every single person has experienced the anti-genius (or actual genius) that is Tommy Wiseau: Director, screenwriter, actor, and producer of The Room. How can James Franco even begin to recreate this literal comedy of errors?... Continue Reading