A chaotic Londoner begins to repair her broken relationships when she meets a handsome stranger. Schematic sub-Richard Curtis romantic comedy which, a few good lines aside, clings to the clumsiest of premises. Heartless, but harmless: Henry Golding makes for am impressive beau though.
A quirky film about two ‘friends’ whose odd relationship unravels. Slick execution and two great performances mask an, at times, stilted script and some leaden plotting. That said, there is a lot to like here and some great ad-lib dialogue lends a comedy strength.
Two-thirds okay all-female re-cast reboot, one-third CGI mess that ruins a fine running gag, Busters ’16 is nevertheless an interesting misfire with breakout performances from Jones & McKinnon. A noble-but-daft idea to attempt in the first place.