Walking out of the cinema, I have to admit that I breathed a sigh of relief. I am a big, big fan of the first Hangover film. It made me laugh till I cried and it still does on most re-watches. As for the second, I think you can agree with me when I say what a bitter disappointment that was. And for Part Three? Well, put it this way, if the first Hangover film is like waking up from a heavy night out to find that you feel perfectly fine and the second is like waking up to find yourself in a puddle of vomit and your head pounding, you can find Part Three somewhere in-between.
Paul Thomas Anderson's follow-up to last year's critically divisive The Master is gathering up a rather diverse ensemble cast, his first since Magnolia's star-studded medley of interconnected characters. Inherent Vice – based on the Thomas Pynchon novel of the same name – follows a pot-smoking private investigator (played by Joaquin Phoenix) as he investigates an alleged kidnapping of an ex-girlfriend.
Prepare yourselves for more quick-witted humour with dashing of James Bond and Michael Caine impersonations; the largely improvised mini-series - starring Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon as fictionalised versions of themselves – is to get a sequel.
A trailer has been released for Richard Curtis' time-travel romantic comedy, About Time, starring Domnhall Gleeson and Rachel McAdams as the central, temporally challenged couple.
Edgar Wright and Simon Pegg's final instalment in the Blood & Ice Cream Trilogy is an apocalyptic science fiction saga of booze, pub snacks and alien invaders.
One of the big hits at this year's Sundance Festival was The Kings Of Summer (formerly Toy's House), a different kind of coming-of-age comedy about three kids who run away from home to make a place of their own, deep in the woods.
Zach Braff pantomime villain update.
It may be the exact same set-up as the last Anchorman 2 teaser but it doesn't matter, the entire thing is still hilarious.
The Wolfpack is returning for their swan song soon and Warners Bros have released a red band trailer in anticipation of this.
It's a recap of the first two films before showing us the new stuff, and if you ask me I think it looks pretty goddamn funny.