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Film – Sorry to Bother You

Film – Sorry to Bother You

In this comedy of the dark variety, Cash is living in his uncle’s (Terry Crews) garage, for which he is behind with his rent and in desperation, lies all through an interview at a telemarketing company. Turns out they love that he made up his CV and went to the trouble of buying fake trophies […]

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Movie – Sightseers

Movie – Sightseers

  A must see because I like to support British films, unless I absolutely have no interest in the subject matter obviously. Billed as a dark comedy, Sightseers seems like it could be really good but it didn’t quite get there. In the rush to be clever, I felt like some of the humour was […]

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