Surprised about Jonah Hill and Beanie Feldstein being related? These other siblings may have tripped you up, too.
Netflix's latest offering has really had us scratching our heads.
We reckon it could be one of 2018's most talked-about and polarising TV offerings.
Lost in translation?
Funny? Sure. Dramatic? Nope. War Dogs was brought off the boil too early. It's a film of two halves, and that's never entertaining. Hangover instigator Phillips gives it a shot, but ultimately this is The Big Short with big guns smacked with a little Lord of War egoism for kicks. On the plus side, I like that Philips is investing comedy in this way. Imagine if more comedies were this unique?
We always had Jonah Hill down as a man with an impenetrable thick skin and undentable sense of humour, until we saw this
Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum are just the latest pair unable to resist the lure of a lucrative sequel, in their case, as
The film-makers treat the audience with a degree of respect, and even though many of the gags seemed to go over the heads of many teenage cinema goers, for a fan of meta comedy such as Mike Myers' finest works, this was like catnip.
The worst thing is not the fact Hill said the word - we have all told loved ones to go blow themselves or die in a fire - but his refusal to think about why that was his go-to insult, the thought processes that took him there, that is the biggest concern. When his celebrity status is in silent mode, and he doesn't have a sequel to flog or a chat show chair to perch on, what is Jonah Hill really thinking?
Leonardo DiCaprio usually lets his screen work do the talking for him. But, to mark the DVD release of 'The Wolf of Wall