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This Is 40 ***

Although there was less comedy than expected from an Apatow-creation, This Is 40 is an enjoyable watch and everyone can find something to relate to in Pete and Debbie’s dysfunctional relationship. Plugged as the ‘Sort-of Sequel’ to 2007’s Knocked Up, This Is 40 follows the … Continue reading

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The Perks of Being a Wallflower *****

Upon hearing that Stephen Chbosky’s The Perks of Being a Wallflower was to be turned into a film, I was at once excited and apprehensive: the themes of the epistolary novel are highly sensitive and personal in terms of their … Continue reading

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Wanderlust ****

Wanderlust is a little-known and selectively-released comedy which ticks all the right boxes. Starring Paul Rudd as George, and Jennifer Aniston as wife Lynda, this mid-life crisis fuelled comic hit feels real, as well as entertaining. The movie opens depicting … Continue reading

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