Tag: Emily Blunt
When it comes to romantic comedies, Jason Segel and writer-director Nicholas Stoller have undeniable chemistry; meeting on the set of Judd Apatow’s TV series Undeclared in 2001, they reunited on Stoller’s cult comedy directorial debut Forgetting Sarah Marshall, which Segel wrote and starred in, and re-teamed in the same roles for The Muppets, with Stoller co-writing. With their third feature together on screens this month, their chemistry graduates to a full-fledged creative relationship.
The Five Year Engagement In Cinemas May 3 *** Fulfilling the expectation of its rom-com genre, and living up to the acclaim of its predecessors (Bridesmaids, Get Him To The Greek) this film sets another brick in the foundation that epitomises the popular entertainment experience of our time. The Five Year Engagement maps the misadventures [...]
Salmon Fishing In The Yemen Released April 5 *** Judged by the title alone, you could be forgiven for thinking Salmon Fishing In The Yemen is an instructional documentary that has somehow found its way into the cinema to compete with The Hunger Games. But leave your rod and reel at home, for it’s actually a [...]
Posted: April 15th, 2012 under Arts, Brag 457 (April 9), Film Reviews.
Tags: Amr Waked, Emily Blunt, Ewan McGregor, Kristin Scott Thomas, Lasse Hallstom, Paul Torday, Peter Taggart, Salmon Fishing In The Yemen, Simon Beaufoy, The Brag