There’s no place like home.
After his lacklustre 2009 horror Drag Me To Hell, Sam Raimi returns to the director’s chair with a rather foolhardy attempt at modernising a beloved classic. Sadly, the result is a film lacking in intelligence, courage and heart.
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The bear necessity – avoid this film.
It’s rare for a director to be labelled as controversial before his first film, but Seth MacFarlane’s illustrious career within animated television justifies this label. From psychopathic children to nine-eleven jokes, the Family Guy creator never shies away from the jokes he wants to make, however offensive they may be. Hoping to carry the success of his series onto the big screen, he ventures into live action with debut feature Ted. Continue reading Ted Review