When The Hangover took the box office by surprise way back in 2009 (was it really only 4 years ago?) most people were suitably impressed. It wasn’t particularly original, nor did it have uniquely memorable jokes, but it was fine enough in a period devoid of any other notable comedies. It gave us Zach Galifanakis, who we were all certain would go on and wow to world with his revolutionary brand of comedy. It gave us Bradley Cooper, now an Academy Award-nominated actor. It gave us hope that comedy film-making in general would learn that true comedy comes from reining the more colourful actors in and focusing on the straight man.
We’d disagree, but still…
JOHN GOODMAN IN YOUR FACE
Zach Galifianakis to be the focus of the concluding chapter in The Hangover’s epic quest to ruin comedy forever
As Sin City: A Dame to Kill For begins shooting, Devon Aoki certainly won’t be shooting anything
Please don’t make us hate it John
Please don’t make us hate it Heather
In other news, sun becomes black as sackcloth of hair, moon becomes as blood and the stars of the heavens fall unto earth.
If* we ever build a time machine, Adam, we’re going back to 1966 to kick your mum in the stomach. *When
Didn’t dodge the ‘shit film’ bullet, though, did it?