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Monday, May 2, 2016

15 Thoughts We Had While Watching Captain America: Civil War!

Captain America's latest outing, Civil War (aka Avengers 3?) has officially arrived!

Check out the 15 thoughts we had while watching the hotly anticipated flick below.

Marvel
Warning there may be minor spoilers below.

You've been warned...

1. This is it! The film that pits our favourite heroes against each other.


2. Okay it just started and it's already amazing!


3. Wow Robert Downey Jr. looks so strange as a teen...


4. Hmmm, is it just me or is this the most serious Marvel film yet?


5. This is one insane chase scene and the Black Panther is owning it.


6. I'm really feeling the political undertones now. It really does feel ever so resonant with today's times, particularly the costs of war. The balance of protecting the innocent whilst also risking the casualties.


7. #TeamCap or #TeamIronMan.. that is the question.


8. Time to call in reinforcements and build on the Avengers brand.


9. Tony Stark meet Peter Parker... *faints*


10. I love seeing all the heroes together and being cheeky whilst fighting. This is some much needed comic relief!


11. YES! So nice to see Emily VanCamp's character more incorporated this time around.


12. Wow, is this another plot and we are already at the two hour mark?


13. WHATTT! I did not see that plot twist coming.


14. I can't breath, this battle is so intense! OMG who will come out alive?


15. Waits around after the credits and YASS! there is an amazing easter egg.


Overall Film Rating: 7.5/10

Wednesday, April 27, 2016

X-Men: Apocalypse (2016) Final Trailer (WATCH)

Quicksilver explains how his father is Magneto, JLaw makes more speeches, Psylocke Munn has way too much fun and Huge Jackedman may be returning to the X universe sooner than we thought.



The hugely anticipated sequel to the X-men universe, which is scheduled to debut in cinemas shortly after Captain America: Civil War has recently dropped its final trailer.

Featuring a top-tier cast with Jennifer Lawrence as Mystique, James McAvoy as Charles Xavier, Michael Fassbender - Magneto, Rose Byrne - Moira MacTaggert, Evan Peters as Quicksilver, Sophie Turner as Jean Grey, Olivia Munn - Psylocke and Oscar Issac as Apocalypse, the newest addition to the Fox superhero universe will centre around the X-men's battle with the world's first mutant and his group of followers including Magneto, Psylocke, Angel and a new rebooted Storm.

After two full-length trailers as well as a Super Bowl commercial, there isn't much more that Bryan Singer could reveal. From the start we're told pretty much the same story as before, a brief description of Apocalypse as the first mutant and his objective/power to slay other gifted beings to enhance his abilities, followed with a criss cross montage introducing us to his four horsemen and new characters such as Sophie Turner's Jean Grey, a newly casted Tye Sheridan as Cyclops and Lana Condor as Jubilee.

For those who are not familiar, Apocalypse - birth name En Sabah Nur is supposedly the world's very first mutant (disputed by fans over new characters in the multiverse), his powers include mass manipulation, immortality, telekinesis and in general, total control of the matters within his body which allows regeneration and alteration.

In the classic X-men storyline, Apocalypse was disturbed by the arrival of the time travelling mutant Cable, who actually returned to the past to prevent the awakening of the very thing he disconcerted. Finding that mutants have populated the Earth he recruits his four horsemen and comes in contact with the first generation of X-Factor.

As Cable is a rumoured character in the next Deadpool sequel and it seems unlikely that Fox will be doing a franchise cross-over in the immediate future, we don't actually know at this stage what exactly causes Apocalypse to get out of his very uncomfortable-looking bed.

Of course, one cannot dismiss the final moment of the trailer - the claws that clearly signify Wolverine's arrival in both sound and form. Hugh Jackman has mentioned that he will retire from the role of Logan after the third Wolverine film which may very likely follow the storyline of Old Man Logan, however he hasn't confirmed nor denied his appearance in Apocalypse.

' I will say, it's not simple,' so said director Singer to Empire, 'There's something more pivotal that occurs with that. It hints to a sequence that again fits within the canon of all six movies, and the birth of a new direction.

"It's not insignificant, nor is it simply just a throw-in. It's not the only shot you're gonna see, let's put it that way.'

There has been rumours floating around that X-23, the female clone daughter of Wolverine will replace him in future films, but hey, that arm is clearly a man's. On the other hand though, we have Daken - son of Logan and his Japanese wife Istu who was murdered by the Winter Soldier in order to draw Wolverine out. Daken was first raised in Japan but eventually was sent to a training camp in Canada. As he was born in 1946 in the comics and the events of Apocalypse is set some time in the 80s, it's somewhat viable that he could appear.

In any case, we only have less than four weeks before the release, rejoice!

Check out 'X-Men: Apocalypse' Final Trailer below:




X-Men Apocalypse hits Australian cinemas May 19, 2016.

Sunday, April 24, 2016

DISCOVERED: Chris Tall - 'Roller Skater'

If you're currently loving "Lush Life" then you are going to love this track...


Chris Tall, an emerging Swedish artist has dropped his brand new (and banging') single "Roller Skater."

The song which has made its way into our discovered zone is produced by the clever mind of current  hit single "Lush Life" (by rocketing Swedish pop-star Zara Larsson) Linnea Södahl, who also lends their vocals to the track.

Chris Tall himself has mustered prime radio airtime in Europe following his debut track, "Duck face" and "Time of your life."

Tall told of his inspiration and ambition "is to bring back the down to earth 70s/80s disco and mix it with modernity. There is so much anxiety in the world today, and we have to find our way back to complete decadence and self-awareness.”

Watch the music video below:


Listen on Spotify.

"Roller Skater" is out now on all streaming/digital stores.

Connect with Chris Tall:
Facebook.com/ChrisTallOfficial
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Flamboyant Recordings.

Wednesday, April 13, 2016

Top Five Highlights in the New Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them Teaser Trailer

Welcome back Muggles!



There are a lot of things to love about Warner Bros. new film Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, the most obvious - Eddie Remayne as magizoologist (say that ten times fast) Newt Scamander and the Harry Potter world of 1926, New York. Let's hope that David Yates - director of four Potter adventures won't disappoint us.

The newest expansion of the HP universe won't come around until November, but before then let's round up what we have - starting off with the top five highlights of the newest teaser trailer and what we learnt from them.

5. New York, 1926

So far in J.K Rowling's world of magics, we've only seen modern England and bits and pieces of the world. With a setting in early 20th century America, there sure is a lot of stuff going on. 

An old/guarded Diagon alley?



What do shifting bricks, reclusive back ways and magic have in common? You guessed it! They're all elements of London's foremost wizarding shopping centre. Obviously we're in the U.S. so this might not be a shopping street after all, but perhaps a night-pub/club for partying wizards? Judging by the way the ladies are dressed and how there's a bouncer right behind the door, that'd be our best guess.

The U.S Ministry of Magic... crime in progress?



According to Pottermore, what we're seeing here is indeed the U.S equivalent of M.O.M. (Ministry of Magic, governing Great Britain), complete with a portrait of President Seraphina Picquery. A closer look of her on the left.

What was also worth observing is a number of hat-wearing, perhaps Aurors walking hurriedly through the ministry, is there magical exposure at risk? Or is it something more serious...





A new president... and an assassination of whom?



There's no presidential candidate in 1924 or '28 with the name of Shaw (yep, we checked), so either this is actually an election for the U.S Ministry of Magic, or something Rowling made up. In any case, it looks like Mr. Shaw is in for some trouble as this black-tie event was ravaged in seconds by magic - evident by the floating people.


An assassination? Who knows, but we sure do love mysteries.

Speaking of Assassinations... is this the new villain?



In what appears to be the American equivalent of The Daily Prophet, a man named Alberto Macellarus could be seen with a wanted poster of 3,500 dragots...wait a minute, what on earth is a dragot? We have Galleon, Sickles and Knuts. Suppose we have an American wizarding currency then. Alberto Macellarus - the new face of terror? Or just a random passerby?

4.Spells!


Hold on to your hats, literally because Newt clearly has some pretty darn awesome Apparating moves  as he leaps off a building and zaps himself out midair. A pure moment of thrill.



Well hello Collin Farrell or in this instant - Percival Graves the right-hand man of President Seraphina. We've no idea what he's casting, but by the look on his face it sure ain't Lumos. But by the colour, it probably isn't one of the unforgivables either.

3. Newt's briefcase

We've seen a lot of magical tools and crafts in our time with Harry Potter, but still the fascination continues in this new era.


Apparently, customs aren't a problem for wizards and witches carrying dangerous goods that may or may not blow up the city; or in this case - a fantastical creature. Just turn your lock to option 'muggle worthy' and you'll be fine.


Ta-da! Just a typical British traveler's attires and miscellaneous items - map, watch, magnifying glass, pyjamas and.. a hufflepuff scarf?








We've seen magically expanded space before, Hermione's bag for example, was enlarged internally using a spell called the Undetectable Extension Charm. There is a law in place stating that one cannot use such advanced spell for private use as it violates the International Statue of Wizarding Secrecy. But it's clearly not the case here, this briefcase is definitely Newt's; so either this is approved by officials,  or the law hasn't been established in 1926, or Newt just doesn't give a crap.

 2. Magical Creatures

You can't have a film called Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them without actually putting in fantastic beasts. Let's have a look at the two we've got now.



Die hard fans should know who this little guy is. The niffler is a british beast known for their talents in finding shiny objects, they were first introduced to us in The Goblet of Fire, as Hagrid was teaching a lesson in Care of Magical Creatures, instructing young wizards and witches to find shiny coins using these little fellows. 


Known on Pottermore as the Swooping Evil, this butterfly-like creature emerges from a small object - possibly a cocoon and have not been in the series before. 


1. Newt's past

We don't know quite a lot about Newton Scamander aside from the fact that he wrote the bestseller/approved text book FBWTFT, you can dig in at Pottermore or Wikia to learn more extensive details, but from what we can tell in the trailer...


Newt was expelled from Hogwarts on the crime of endangering human lives with dangerous beasts, something that up 'til now, we thought was Hagrid's specialty. 

The expulsion was not unanimous however, as Dumbledore - a mere transfiguration professor at the time, who should be around 45 years of age in 1926 fought to counter the punishment. A funny coincidence is that in the same year that Newt arrived in America, Voldemort aka Tom Riddle was born. 

From what was described of Scamander on Wikia, the main story of the film is his adventure in New York to recover accidentally released beasts from his briefcase. At the time he was travelling around the world researching for his upcoming masterpiece that would grant him a reputable respect in the field of magizoology, and the supposed quick stop in America became a lengthy hassle after a muggle opened his brief case... not on the 'muggle worthy' setting.

Will Fantastic Beasts triumph to bring us another adventure in the wizarding world of Rowling's? It's looking pretty good but there's still 7 months to go. 

Check out the 'Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them' Teaser Trailer below:


Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them hits Australian cinemas November 17, 2016.

Tuesday, April 12, 2016

Suicide Squad (2016) Blitz Trailer (WATCH)


After Batman V Superman, prepare for a very different kind of hero/villain, or whatever they are, from your unfriendly neighbours at the Suicide Squad.

At the MTV awards, Warner Bros. debuted another trailer for their blockbuster starring Margot Robbie, Jared Leto, Joel Kinnaman, Viola Davis, Jai Courtney and Scott Eastwood as a band of super criminals assigned to an expendable team of agents, with the mission to defeat an enigmatic entity at hand. They must survive and attempt to thrive outside of prison cells and as heroes. As advertised and shown in this and the trailer before, the cast will include classic DC villains such as Harley Quinn, The Joker, Deadshot, Enchantress and Killer Croc as well as relatively minor baddies - Captain Boomerang, Slipknot, Katana, El Diablo and probably more.

Ben Affleck will reprise his role as the darker than ever Dark Knight of Gotham, his specific role in the film is uncertain as of now but we've no doubt it'll be more than a cameo.

The new Blitz Trailer gave Jared Leto's Joker and Will Smith's Deadshot more dialogue and screen time in addition to individual attention given to each villain, providing a clearer shot of their appearance and demonstrating more chaotic tones of the film.

Check out 'Suicide Squad' Blitz Trailer below:




Suicide Squad hits Australian cinemas August 4, 2016.

Monday, April 11, 2016

Divergent Series: Allegiant (2016) Film Review

Another victim of split-book syndrome...

EOne Films.
The dystopian and Hunger Games like series is back for its two-part finale, but does the two-part cutting manoeuvre work in its favour?

Following the events of Insurgent, Allegiant takes fans beyond the wall after discovering there are others out there. Away from the faction system, the films main group of heroes venture out to explore what lies beyond while a war begins to erupt in their home city. The question on everyone's lips is whether the people beyond the wall are friends or foes...

While a good premise, the execution is quite rocky with the film not following a clear path and often drifting away from the main story. This is due to the fact that the final source material was again split, and in turn makes Allegiant feel dragged out.

At times, the flick does reignite what made the series stand out by touching on inequality and the painful effects of segregation. Four & Tris (Theo JamesShailene Woodley respectively) are up to there usual standard too, while Kate Winslet's Jeanine is dearly missed.

Verdict: A rocky sequel that has its good and bad moments. While not on-par with the series first two films, there is still some fun to be had here.

Overall Rating: 6/10 

Wednesday, March 30, 2016

Wonder Woman (2017) First Look

There are two things in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice that leaves us wanting more - Ben Affleck for his highly praised portrayal of the newest Dark Knight, and Fast and Furious alumni Gal Gadot aka Wonder Woman.

Warner Bros. Pictures
Following the international success of BVS, Entertainment Weekly has officially debuted the newest image for the Wonder Woman solo film.

The image features the four central characters in presumably act one of the movie, including the titular character alongside the Amazonian warriors who trained her on their native island of Themyscira - her mother Queen Hippolyta (Connie Nielsen) and her two military aunts, General Antiope (Robin Wright) and Menalippe (Lisa Loven Kongsli).  The Patty Jenkins - helmed film will also star Chris Pine as the love interest Steve Trevor and Lucy Davis as Etta Candy, Diana's best friend.

Slated for release in 2017 the stars are currently filming in Italy after the very first scenes were shot in France and England.

'Me Before You' New Trailer Hits All The Right Feels (WATCH)

Extended look reveals more cutesy moments from Me Before You...

Warner Bros. Pictures and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures
Based on the critically acclaimed, bestselling novel by Jojo Moyes, "Me Before You” stars Emilia Clarke (Game of Thrones) and Sam Claflin (The Hunger Games series).

The film tells the story of Clarke's character Louisa taking on a job where she becomes caregiver to Will Traynor (Claflin), a wealthy young banker who is wheelchair bound. From there, a touching story of love and life unravels.

The new extended trailer reveals some more Louisa & Will heart-warming moments, along with key moments from the much-loved novel.

Check out the trailer below:


Me Before You hits Australian cinemas June 23.

Tuesday, March 29, 2016

Lights Out (2016) Official Trailer (WATCH)


James Wan is a busy man. At WonderCon over the weekend he has debuted 2 new trailers, one for The Conjuring 2 - sequel to the original phenomenal hit back in 2013. The other was a project named Lights Out, starring Teresa Palmer and helmed by new feature director David F. Sandberg, creating the full length motion picture from his very own 2 min short film.

Everyone's been afraid of the dark, in fact it's in our instinct to do so, and what horror could be more brilliant than that which preys on our very instinct.

When Rebecca left home, she thought she left her childhood fears behind. No one, including Rebecca was absolutely sure of what was and wasn't real in the darkness, especially when you're just a kid- when the lights go out things seem to be moving...her experience however, was a little more different.  Now her little brother is plagued by the very same mysterious and terrifying events that had once tested her sanity. An entity, once attached to their mother Sophie, has reemerged to haunt her offsprings. Determined to find the truth, Rebecca and Martin battles the unknown in the feature trailer, yet nothing is certain and the slender woman hiding in the shadows appears to be everywhere.

Check out 'Lights Out' Official Trailer below:



Lights Out hits Australian cinemas June 16, 2016.


The Conjuring 2 (2016) Main Trailer (WATCH)

From the director of Saw and Insidious, one of the few filmmakers who can still make acclaimed horrors, James Wan brings the sequel to the 2013 critical success The Conjuring.

Warner Bros Pictures
The next true story from the case files of Ed and Lorraine Warren - paranormal investigators, sets itself in Enfield, London where a single mother raising four children is plagued by malicious spirits who are not only set on their paths to haunt the family, but according to the new trailer, for the blood of Ed.

The trailer features Vera Farmiga and Patrick Wilson reprising their roles of as married demonologists, as well as placing a heavy focus on Madison Wolfe - the rising star portraying the possessed daughter of the haunted Hodgson family.

The Conjuring was an international success in 2013, garnering a total of $318 million worldwide for Warner Bros. on a budget of $20 million as the second highest original horror film at the box office. It's also certified fresh on Rotten Tomatoes with an 86% critic score.

Check out 'The Conjuring 2' Main Trailer below:



The Conjuring 2 hits Australian cinemas in June 2016


Saturday, March 26, 2016

ZAYN - 'Mind of Mine' (Album Review)

Zayn makes the right move...
RCA Records & Complex Magazine.
Leaving One Direction dare I say it, was the probably the best move Zayn Malik could have made.

His first single "Pillowtalk" really kick-started his solo career as it continually gains radio play and chart success.

But is the album any good?... In short, yes.

What makes the album so enjoyable is that every track has it's own voice, rather than being all copycats of "Pillowtalk." Zayn really showcases that he isn't afraid of exploring different territories and is not afraid to take risks.

Leaving the boy band was essential for Zayn as he can now freely explore and express his true thoughts, desires and self. A battle he struggled with whilst in the popular X-Factor formed band.

Zayn even includes some of his cultural roots on soothing interlude, "Flower" which has him speaking Urdu. That's right Zayn has included a different language on an otherwise English major pop release. Slay!

There is also some major influence and resemblance to Justin Timberlake (another ex-band member who has gone on to be a solo powerhouse) here too. This is noticeable with the instrumental breakdowns along with sexual themes of the album on tracks like "TiO" and "sHe".

Be sure to also grab/or listen to the deluxe as "Like I Would" and "She Don't Love Me" are must-haves.

Verdict: A perfect solo launchpad that allows us to get to know Zayn for the talented young man he is. A must-listen!

Best Tracks: BeFoUr, TiO, sHe, dRuNk, rEaR vIeW, wRoNg, LIKE I WOULD. (No these are not typo errors, this is how Zayn intended the track-list to appear.)

Mind of Mine is now available to purchase & stream.
Overall Rating: 8/10 



Batman Vs. Superman: Dawn Of Justice (2016) Film Review

An epic superhero collision that pits two favourites against each other...
 © 2016 WARNER BROS. ENTERTAINMENT INC.
Who doesn't love seeing childhood heroes have a little beef? Well at least for a little bit of screen-time.

The long awaited Batman Vs. Superman: Dawn Of Justice directed by Zack Snyder focuses on both Metropolis (Supeman's world) and Gotham (Batman's world) colliding with both societies in a state of moral panic after witnessing the events of Man Of Steel.

The question on everyone's lips is whether or not Superman is a blessing or curse. Batman is amongst the many that is leening more against Superman being a big bad alien of-course, hence the title.

Bruce Wayne (Ben Affleck) and Clark Kent (Henry Cavill) although feel a bit MIA this time around as the blockbuster spends a great deal focusing on their hero selves (Not sure if that is a bad thing though for fans of their hero forms).

I am all for less non-hero filler, but it just feels that we don't really connect with or understand their characters like we usually do. Whilst Affleck & Cavill do great jobs respectivley, they just needed a bit more character material to play with.

At times the battles of the flick also drag on and get tiresome (which often most epic superhero films do) which could have been spent elsewhere on as mentioned above, developing their more human personas.

Gal Gadot is a treat, bringing to life a much-loved DC fave.
What makes this film stand out though is its connection to the wider DC universe, delivering multiple surprises and easter eggs to fans. Plus the film goes out with a major bang and perfectly sets up the upcoming Justice League film.

Other honourable mentions go to the lovely Gal Gadot as another major DC comic superhero favourite (watch to find out just who in the trailer) and Jesse Eisenberg as a chilling and quricky Lex Luthor.

Verdict: An epic tale of DC's key players that brings to life famous comic-book lore. While mostly fun, at times is convuluted with action sequences and little character development.

Overall Rating: 7.5/10


Tuesday, March 22, 2016

Gwen Stefani - This Is What The Truth Feels Like - Album Review

Gwen is back for realz...
Interscope Records
Gwen Stefani has finally dropped her long awaited new album, This Is What The Truth Feels Like and it is everything we had hoped for.

Used To Love You marked the first taste of Gwen's new sound and it showcased a vulnerable side to Gwen, coming straight off the gossip headlines of her split from ex Gavin Rossdale.

Dealing with emotions and breakups, Gwen gives listeners an insight into her personal journey whilst also having fun along the way.

When we say fun, we really mean it as the album features its fare share of love pop bubblegum, including Misery, You're My Favourite, Naughty and flirtatious Send Me A Picture.

Gwen even goes a little urban pop with current music craze, Fetty Wap on club-banger Asking 4 It.

The other more serious tunes (like it's first single) include the soothing title track Truth and chilled break-up anthem, Me Without You plus stunning bonus track (why is it even a bonus?) Lovable.

Both flow effortlessly when listening to album in sequence and compliment each other throughout. Not a bland filler in site!

Verdict: A triumphant pop return for Gwen Stefani, a must have album for Gwen fans and general fans of pop.

Fave Tracks: Misery, You're My Favourite, Truth, Send Me A Picture, Used To Love You and Loveable


Overall Rating: 8/10 

Listen to the album opening track Misery below:

Saturday, March 19, 2016

The Legend Of Tarzan (2016) Official Trailer 2 (WATCH)


Less Samuel L.Jackson, and more apes…a lot more.

Early December last year, the David Yates helmed Warner Bros. epic The Legend of Tarzan brought us its first trailer, introducing Alexander Skarsgård as its title character and Margot Robbie as his companion Jane Porter, as well as Oscar Nominees and Winners Samuel L. Jackson, Djimon Hounsou, John Hurt, Jim Broadbent and Christopher Waltz.

As Tarzan became accustomed to the London lifestyle as John Clayton III - Lord Greystoke, an invitation leads him back to Congo to serve as a trade emissary of the Parliament. Unaware of his place in a deadly scheme of greed and revenge plotted by the Belgian Captain Leon Rom, the beast within him is about to be unleashed for his rightful place and his love.

The second trailer gives us a better insight into Tarzan’s origin as the orphan raised by the jungle…. After his previous family failed to survive. Featuring less human presence in the city, legions of beasts took their stead as they rampaged through rivers, feral lands and of course – the towns where men sit idly in their suits and enjoy their tea.


There is naturally magnificent visual captured, as well as some Planet of the apes-esque CGI, but the real attraction as of now is still Skarsgård starring in his first lead role in a film of this magnitude. (Let’s forget about Battleship…as most of us hope to do)

Check out 'The Legend of Tarzan' official trailer 2 below:


The Legend of Tarzan hits Australian cinemas in July

Sunday, March 13, 2016

New Captain America: Civil War Trailer Finally Unveils Spider-Man First Look! (WATCH)

YAS, Spidey makes his Marvel Universe debut...




Get your first look at Spidey now alongside the rest of his Marvel counterparts. FINALLY!

Captain America: Civil War marks the first alliance of Sony and Disney owned Marvel property crossing over and bringing Spidey to the rest of the superhero universe.

The film revolves around pitting Captain America against Iron Man in a conflict where the larger question deals with the freedom of Marvels' superheroes.

Check out the trailer below.


Friday, March 11, 2016

Grimsby (2016) Movie Review

A quirky and funny statement on class division...



Sacha Baron Cohen never fails in delivering hilarious social commentary, and Grimsby is no exception.

The flick revolves around a UK lad named Nobby (Cohen) who is on the hunt to find his long lost brother, Sebastian (Mark Strong) only to later find out he is now living as a spy. Nobby then becomes entrapped within his brothers dangerous life, putting his brother Sebastian even more at risk then he is.

What makes this film so fun is the dynamic Cohen has with his on-screen brother as both are quite the opposite of each other. I mean seeing Strong (who is usually so serious) take the piss and join in on Cohen's humour makes for quite the fun viewing.

Cohen's wife, Isla Fisher also appears in the film as an agent assistant alongside the hilarious Rebel Wilson who in turn plays his on-screen wife. Talk about a double Aussie whammy!

If you're worried about how much humour you can take from Cohen, the film does go by fairly quickly as numerous jokes/shocks keep on coming without overstaying their welcome.

Verdict: Another hilarious Cohen outing that packs a powerful punch on social class warfare.

Overall Rating: 7/10

See some of the reactions from a special screening in Sydney below:


Roadshow Films.

 
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