Dumb And Dumber To
For fans of side-splitting stupidity, the wait is OVER! Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels return in the long-awaited sequel to 1994’s “Dumb And Dumber” this weekend. Lloyd Christmas and Harry Dunne are back in yet another hair-brained scheme; in need of a new kidney and having recently discovered that he fathered a daughter with former flame, Fraida Felcher (played by Kathleen Turner), the dim-witted pair go in search of her. However, it doesn’t look set to be plain sailing; while Harry is keen to meet the daughter he never knew he had, Lloyd is in love with her!
Night At The Museum : Secret Of The Tomb
Ben Stiller returns as museum guard, Larry Daley in the third instalment of this fantastic family fantasy series. Having discovered the secret of New York’s American Museum Of Natural History in the original movie, Larry must know travel to London to find out how to fix the Egyptian stone tablet that provides the power that allows the exhibits to spring to life at night. Accompanying him to the UK is old favourites, Roman centurion, Octavious (played by Steve Coogan), Old West cowboy, Jebediah (Owen Wilson), Attila The Hun (Patrick Gallagher) and Teddy Roosevelt (played by the late, great Robin Williams). This hysterical, madcap comedy is a must for fans of the first two movies, and sees the introduction of “Bridesmaids” Rebel Wilson as a security who can’t quite believe what is going on!
Elf @ Cineworld (Renfrew Street), Tuesday 23rd December 2014
Another chance to see Will Ferrell as Buddy; a human raised as an elf in The North Pole, who comes to New York in search if his real father and his true purpose in life. Zooey Deschanel co-stars.
The BIG movie news of this week has undoubtedly been the controversy surrounding forthcoming film, “The Interview”, which stars James Franco as a celebrity journalist and his producer (played by Seth Rogen) who secure an interview with North Korean leader, Kim Jong-Un, but are instructed to assassinate him by The CIA. Sony Pictures announced earlier this week that the movie would not be released amid terror threats, a decision which was criticised by actor, George Clooney and US President, Barack Obama. However, Sony Pictures claimed earlier today “we have not given in” and are looking for “a different platform” to release the movie after cinemas across the globe pulled out of showing the controversial comedy.