Whether it be Bambi (1942), The Jungle Book (1967) or The Lion King (1994), almost everyone has a favourite Disney animation from their childhood that still holds up on repeat watches. A terrific combination of a heartwarming story, effervescent animation and memorable musical numbers, Frozen (2013) has the potential to be that film for this generation, and is easily one of Disney’s strongest features in recent memory.
The examination of sex addiction in cinema is becoming more and more frequent. Steve McQueen’s Shame (2012) was a bold exploration of the topic, whilst Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s directorial debut Don Jon (2013) will once again put the subject under the microscope. Directed by The Kids Are All Right scribe Stuart Blumberg, Thanks for Sharing (2012) arguably has the most mainstream appeal of the three. Ultimately, it’s not a film to abstain from, nor is it a film you should be overly eager to indulge in either.
After striking comedic gold eight years ago with Wedding Crashers, Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson reunite for The Internship, a comedy about crashing the system at Google. In theory it sounds like a no brainer, but whilst the duo’s chemistry is still evident, this is a far more forgettable effort than their 2005 hit.
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