In this review of Kevin Hart’s ‘Night School’, Izrin Ariff ponders the success of formulaic comedies, and maps the trajectory of this film’s lead alongside another comedic writer/producer.
This week, the crew discuss a variety of films and television shows beginning with ‘S’; Smallfoot, Space Jam, Silence of the Lambs and Se7en. Meanwhile, Matt tries to come up with LeBron James puns, much to the annoyance of the rest of the group.
First Man is, surprisingly, the first feature film to tell the story of the first mission to the moon—you know, that small little adventure undertaken by Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin?
In a rare moment of sincerity, Ciaran opens up about her love for her local theatre, in a hopeful bid that the higher-ups of the University of Queensland will read it, and with a single tear, rip up the plans to demolish it.
This year, Kelsey attended ComicCon under the guise of giving FilmBunker some more content. Really, she just spent a day fangirling and having more fun than the rest of the team. Here is how ComicCon shaped up in 2018.
In this packed episode of the FilmBunker Podcast, we discuss some pressing film and TV news and review Johnny English Strikes Again, Kidding, Ozark, and A Simple Favour.
Sometimes films completely surprise you. Matthew Lind went into Smallfoot expecting a silly film about a smallfoot. Read his review to find out what he got instead.
The mockumentary genre has seen little traction in cinema, despite its critical and cult successes. Has its cultural capital run dry, or is there life in it yet?
Johnny English. incompetent spy extraordinaire, strikes again in this surprise sequel. Does it give us something interesting, or should it have stayed a duology? Kelsey reviews.
Paul Feig’s latest entry is dark comedy/mystery thriller ‘A Simple Favour.’ Mapped by a best-selling novel and starring two of Hollywood’s most likeable actresses, this film has got to be enjoyable… right? Ciaran reviews.