The Lego Batman Movie

A narcissistic Batman made out of Lego; need I say more.

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Since the original Lego Movie was released in 2014, we’ve all found ourselves pining for more. Well look no further, because Warner Bros. and Lego have once again joined forces to create the most hilariously enticing version of Batman since the 1960s tights fiasco.

But this is no ordinary Batman film, this is a Lego production, and we all know what that means; nothing, and I meaning nothing, is to be taken even remotely seriously. This is Batman as we’ve never seen him before and he’s as unpleasantly self-centred as one could have hoped for; begrudgingly fighting the joker to save Gotham by night and accidentally adopting children by day.

Whether it’s the perfectly timed comedic chemistry between characters or the visually impairing puns that fill the screen, this film never fails to entertain from start to finish.

Prehistoric references to past Batman films are a feature of the film that the creators revel in, with flashbacks that cross the animation boundary becoming a recurring event throughout.

Though the imagery and hilarity both excel expectations, this is not what makes the film a cinematic marvel; it is instead the film’s remarkable accessibility in its ability to please audiences of all ages that proves its excellence.

Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates

Trying to find a wedding date has never been so unpredictably hilarious.

Mike and Dave have been ordered by their father to find appropriate wedding dates for their sisters wedding. 

So what better way to advertise that you need a date then to broadcast it to the world using Craigslist?

Unsurprisingly, this dating tactic doesn’t work out too well for them, that is until their ad makes it onto national television, which just happens to attract the attention of two seemingly appropriate girls.

Unbeknown  to Mike and Dave these girls are taking them for a ride, and actually have no interest whatsoever in being their dates; their just tagging along for the free trip to Hawaii (the wedding destination). 

Whilst these girls seem respectable at first, it soon becomes clear that not all is as it seems when drama ensues at the wedding rehearsal dinner; from giving ecstasy to the bride, to frolicking with family members, it’s safe to say that these girls are not as innocent as the boys were first led to believe. 

With this film starring the likes of Anna Kendrick and Zac Efron, the talent is shockingly on point, and no, I’m not just talking about their attractiveness, though that is a plus. 

The jokes are rife in this film, with pretty much every sexual innuendo under the sun being mentioned at some point. But it’s not just the comedy element that holds this film together, the story itself is one of romantic triumph, even if it is a little unconventional. 

This film is basically the love child of The Wedding Crashers and Bridesmaids; hilarious, but numb in parts.

The Do-Over

Probably the most unlikely duo in Hollywood, but hey I guess if it’s funny it works, right?

Rekindling an old friendship is always a risk, but when your so called friend plans your fake death and ruffies you to make sure you don’t freak out, it’s probably time to start questioning your so called relationship.

That’s right, whilst on a drug fuelled getaway these two guys take things to the next level when they fake their own deaths to get a fresh start.

However when it came to replacing their identity they didn’t exactly pick the best of people to impersonate; some might even go as far to say that they made the worst possible decision.

But that’s face it, watching Adam Sandler try to impersonate a homosexual criminal is nothing but easy comedy.

So, if you want a film to veg out to, then this is a Netflix and Chill must, because nothing says relaxation more than watching David Spade in an awkward threesome.


Not the most conventional superhero, but hey, we can’t all be perfect.


The story of Deadpool is one riddled with heartbreak, and yet at the same time fantastically humorous. This film tells the story of how a man struggling with a deathly disease loses the love of his life by becoming a heroic vigilante.

Crude is certainly one way to describe this guys heroics, but ridiculous is probably a lot a more accurate. With a hello Kitty lip balm always in his possession and a sparkly pink bag to carry his guns in, it’s safe to say this is no ordinary superhero story.

But who’s to say this guy really is a hero, I mean he doesn’t save citizens, nor does he spread goodwill, in fact he does just the opposite; filled with vengeance and eager to chase it, Deadpool finds himself on a bloodthirsty mission.

What starts out as a straightforward plan, soon turns into a chaotic plot twist, as Deadpool strives to defeat his enemies using a combination of wit and an extraordinary number of backflips.

However, before you all go running to this cinema, I feel I must warn you, this is not a classic marvel family film, it’s rated 15 for a reason; bloodshed, filthy language, and just about every sexual innuendo over the sun should be enough to put most mothers off.