Review – ‘Crazy Rich Asians’ is a sprawling, indulgent romcom that gets by on sheer charm

Opulence is on show in every frame of Crazy Rich Asians, but a sharp script and likeable cast makes it an enjoyable movie.

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Blu-ray Review – Screwball classic ‘My Man Godfrey’ moves like a comedy whirlwind

Depression-era comedy My Man Godfrey is a powerful class satire that embraces all of the farcical quickstep of the screwball sub-genre.

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Review – ‘Luis and the Aliens’ is a colourful animation for undemanding kids only

This Euro animation is mostly lost in translation, but has a few nice visual gags and has just enough silliness to keep the kids excited.

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Review – ‘The Spy Who Dumped Me’ misses the action-comedy balance

Mila Kunis and Kate McKinnon are left all at sea in a movie that can’t make up its mind when it comes to being funny or hard-edged.

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Review – ‘The Festival’ is Inbetweeners in a field, and I’m fine with that

Inbetweeners co-creator Iain Morris’s new movie The Festival is crude, crass and criminally hilarious.

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DVD Review – Stand-up comedy tale ‘Funny Cow’ channels 70s cigarette smoke and dirt

Maxine Peake delivers a ferocious performance in Funny Cow, as a woman fighting her way up the 1970s stand-up comedy circuit.

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Review – ‘Teen Titans GO! To The Movies’ is a candy-coloured blast

The superheroes of DC are skewered in cartoon form throughout Teen Titans GO! To The Movies.

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