1.) The zookeeper! I laughed so hard while watching this movie!
A group of zoo animals decide to break their code of silence in order to help their lovable zoo keeper find love — without opting to leave his current job for something more illustrious.
2.) Big mammas like father like son! I laughed so hard that I cried watching this movie! I dont even know how to explain. If youve seen one big momma movie youve seen them all pretty much
The trilogy is complete. Martin Lawrence returns as the FBI agent, going undercover in an all girl’s school when his 17 year old stepson (T. Jackson, who looks 26, because he is) witnesses a murder. His stepson joins him in drag, as the pair try to find evidence incriminating the murderer. Dancing on the tables, shouting “Haaay”, playing twister – the inconspicuous nature of undercover work seems to have been overlooked here. The director of Malibu’s Most Wanted, Big Momma’s House 2 and Deck The Halls (how’s that for a cv) is back.
3.) Hall pass! OMGG definately a must see! This movie was nothing like I had thought it to be! I watched wit with my fiance! Its a great movie!
Two best friends (Owen Wilson and Jason Sudeikis) are restless in their long marriages so their wives decide to grant them a “hall pass,” one week of freedom to do whatever they want… no questions asked. At first it sounds like a dream come true but they soon realise their expectations of the single life are completely out of sync with reality. The movie’s directors, the Farrelly Brothers, aren’t what they used to be, but this seems like a solid premise. Can’t help feeling they could have cast a stronger pair of actors as the leads. Doubt they were the first choices and it’ll mean it’s not as big of a hit as it could have been.
4.) The Dilema! Come on now who doesnt like a good comedy with Vince Vaughn and Kevin James? They are the dynamic duo when it comes to comedy!
A man (Vaughn) discovers that his best friend’s wife (Ryder) is having an affair. But should he tell him? Kevin James plays the best friend, Channing Tatum is the other man. Ouch, this one looks painful. A laugh-free trailer (that also managed to upset gay rights groups) and, well, it’s just not a scenario that works for comedy. Director Ron Howard looks like he’s out of his genre.
5.) Bridesmaids! You may think that this is just a chick-flick but believe me men you will laugh your butt off too!
Two feuding bridesmaids (Rose Byrne & Kristen Wiig) battle over how to plan their friend’s wedding. Unlike Bride Wars, isn’t sappy or girly girly. Early reviews are very enthusiastic, comparing it to a female The Hangover. Produced by Judd Apatow and directed by Paul Feig, who last worked together on Freaks And Geeks. Kristin Wiig is one of the best comedy actresses around, she co-wrote this, and it should be her highest profile movie role to date.
6.) The hangover 2! Come on now! you know you gotta see it! after watching the first one how could you not!?!
The gang are heading to Thailand for dentist Stu’s wedding. It’s rumoured that the plot somehow involves his accidental involvement with a Thai ladyboy. The first movie deserved its success, working as both a laugh out loud comedy and fun unpredictable mystery. In order to keep the original characters in this one (including the Korean gangster), and have the scenario repeat itself, expect unlikely coincidence to be pushed well beyond where it was in the first movie.
7.) Bad teacher! Now who doesnt like a teacher who is down to earth and dont give a HOOT about anything?
Follows a hilarious foul-mouthed, money hungry teacher (Diaz) who, after being dumped by her sugar daddy, begins to woo a colleague (Timberlake) – a move that pits her against a well-loved teacher (Punch). Jason Segal plays Diaz’s roommate. Director Jake Kasdan has a pretty good track record of amusing, slightly subversive films – Zero Effect, Orange County, Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story. The problem will likely be Diaz who has to play an off the wall badgirl and carry a comedy movie, can you remember the last time she made you laugh out loud?
8.) Horrible Bosses! Everything you want to do but cant bring yourself to say or do!
Three friends (Bateman, Sudeikis, Day) conspire to murder their awful bosses (Aniston, Spacey, Colin Farrell) when they realise they are standing in the way of their happiness. And they enlist the help of a man called Motherfu*ker Jones (Jamie Foxx) to invent ways to kill them. Hollywood doesn’t tend to well at dark ‘let’s bump someone off’ comedy, but the cast is pretty good and the script is reportedly strong. The director made much-loved documentary The King Of Kong.
9.) Crazy, Stupid, Love! Dont even know what to say other than LOVEDD the movie even though I think they should have found someone else to play the husban role! But still AMAZING!!!!!
A happily married family man (Carell) is shocked when his wife (Moore) asks for a divorce. Now he’s trying to manage the relationship with his kids and finds himself thrust back onto the dating scene, where he finds himself so deeply uncool he has to enlist the help of a stylish life coach (Gosling). The directors of I Love You Phillip Morris (who wrote Bad Santa before that) should bring something subversive and entertaining to the marital crisis material.
10.) 30 minutes or less! I do not know what I would do if I were in this position!
The director of Zombieland reunites with Jesse Eisenberg for this adventure-comedy about a small town pizza delivery guy who’s kidnapped by two wannabe criminal masterminds (Danny McBride and Nick Swardson) and forced to rob a bank, in 30 minutes or less. Enlisting the help of his ex-best friend (Aziz Ansari), he must deal with police, hired assassins, flamethrowers, and their tumultuous friendship, as the clock ticks down. The stage is set for a Pineapple Express-style madcap comedy. But it all sounds worrying close to this real life incident.