Review: Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues

The long-awaited return of moustachioed lothario anchorman Ron Burgundy is a disappointment; it’s as forced and puffed up as his hairdo – a series of stitched together gags that form an incoherent story about the perils of manipulative media. It should know; Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues is all about manipulating old set-ups and leveraging [...]

Retro Review: ‘Pulp Fiction’

Read on as Shotgun Critic explores some gems and turds of cinematic yesteryear. Rediscover a forgotten classic through fresh eyes, or see how time has worn away the polish on your favourite childhood movies. Join us. When it comes to career-defining films, it was Quentin Tarantino’s second work, ‘Pulp Fiction’ that has arguably defined the [...]

Review: ‘Ted’

Seth MacFarlane has a thing about talking animals; the pet dog in Family Guy, a goldfish in American Dad and even a full-grown, shirt-wearing bear in The Cleveland Show. So it’s no surprise his debut feature film centres around a talking, magical teddy bear – albeit a foul-mouthed, pot-smoking, sex-obsessed teddy bear. But, as with [...]