The Best Movie Weddings: Top 5

The Best Movie WeddingsYou’d have to have been living under a rock to miss the fanfare surrounding the marriage of Prince Harry to Suits star Meghan Markle. The loved-up duo have been more akin to Hollywood A-listers in the press coverage surrounding their impending nuptials than British royals.

Nevertheless, the moment is upon us when Princess Diana’s youngest son, Harry, finally marries the love of his life. With that in mind, I thought it was high time to have a trawl through the archives and pick out the very best movie weddings of all time. Did you favourites make the cut? There’s only one way to find out. Read on. Continue reading

“I ain’t afraid of no reboot” Ghostbusters review

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By Adam Brannon

So it’s here. One of the most reviled films of the decade before it was even released; the Ghostbusters reboot has a tough job persuading fans of the original films and newcomers alike that it’s worth their time.

With director Paul Feig, stars like Melissa McCarthy and Chris Hemsworth and the backing of the series’ previous stars, it’s certainly got a lot going for it, but does the finished product soar or deserve all those dislikes on YouTube? The most disliked film trailer in YouTube history.

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“Where’s the comedy?” The Boss review

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By Adam Brannon

Melissa McCarthy is one of the biggest stars in Hollywood. Her rise to fame has been nothing short of extraordinary, helped in part by her leading roles in The Heat, Spy and of course the hilarious Bridesmaids.

However, each of those examples of comedic brilliance had one thing in common, apart from McCarthy, director Paul Feig. He brings out the very best in the actress and we’ll see if this formula continues to work with the controversial Ghostbusters reboot, released later this year.

For now, McCarthy teams up with director and real-life husband Ben Falcone (Tammy) in The Boss. But does it offer you a laugh a minute? Continue reading