Perfect Sense. Melancholia. Extremely Loud And Incredibly Close. They’ve all got one thing in common; they’re all hitting the silver screen in the near future and they’re all going to be completely and utterly soul destroying. Keeping this chic bleakness in mind, we’re decided to check out the 10 most depressing films ever made…
Miranda Kerr could soon have two helpless, drooling little boys to look after.
Helming the spectacular disaster The Invention of Lying and mixed bag Cemetery Junction certainly hasn’t put Ricky Gervais off the big screen. The man most famous for creating The Office and Extras has hinted at his next cinematic project – a film version of his most recent TV offering, Life’s Too Short.
In the nine years since The Office first appeared on out TV screens, way back in 2001, Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant have become household names and international superstars. The Office has spawned numerous foreign versions (The American version is currently on its sixth season) and their follow-up sitcom Extras went on to be just as successful. That’s not to mention all the radio shows, podcasts and stand-up shows the pair have done between them. So it’s safe to say there’s a fair old expectation surrounding Cemetery Junction, Gervais and Merchant’s first feature film. But is it any good?