Toy commercials, treasure hunts, terrorist plots, and sippy cups.
A pure riot from start to finish, The LEGO Batman Movie is a love letter to Golden Age Batman and a long-overdue middle finger to deconstructions of said.
Evil Exes, bail bondsmen, dead loves, and imbecilic gangsters.
With the 2015 BAFTAs coming up, Callie Petch guides you through the likely winners and losers of all of the major categories.
The LEGO Movie spends 3 days killing 3 Days To Kill, Pompeii fails to erupt, The Wind Rises magnificently, the author is dreadful at getting weekly articles out on time, and Other Box Office News.
Although it’s not bad, Tinker Bell & The Pirate Fairy is dull, forgettable and soulless.
A fair number of people buy Robocop for a dollar, the Kevin Hart money train keeps on a-trucking, corporate American slaves keep falling for Valentine’s Day weekend’s evil, image-shaming ways, and Other Box Office News.
Everything is awGODSDAMMIT, EVERYBODY ALREADY STOLE MY PUN FOR THE LEGO MOVIE!! and Other Box Office News.
Go and see The Lego Movie. Drop whatever you are doing and go and see The Lego Movie. Right now. Immediately. Get in a car or on a bus or run, don’t walk, to your nearest cinema to go and see The Lego Movie now. Do it. Vamanos.
I, Frankenstein, I also Big Bomb, and Other Box Office (What Could Charitably Be Described As) “News”.