Farrelly Brothers To Make ‘Dumb and Dumber 2’

(Written for Lost In The Multiplex)

Farrelly brothers Peter and Bobby are finally moving onto a project that they have long wanted to do: a second instalment for the 1994 hit comedy, Dumb and Dumber. With the intention to bring back Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels as Lloyd Christmas and Harry Dunne, Sean Anders and John Morris (Sex Drive) have been hired to start writing the script to bring back this senseless yet lovable duo.

Carrey began giving hints for a sequel whilst promoting his latest film Mr. Popper’s Penguins, but this is the first confirmation we have had with the Farrelly brothers focusing on The Three Stooges, which is set to be released in the US on 4th April, 2012. Sean Anders and John Morris have also been busy co-directed the Adam Sandler comedy, I Hate You Dad, which will be released in the UK on 7th September, 2012.

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Film Review: She’s Out Of My League

(Published on Rushes Online Film Magazine)


From the writers of Hot Tub Time Machine and Sex Drive, Sean Anders and John Morris have teamed up to give us another typical American boy-meets-girl teen plot that attempts to unfold a deeper meaning behind its predictable story line.

Jay Baruchel, recognisable from his smaller roles in films such as Tropic Thunder, Nick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist and Knocked Up, takes the lead role as Kirk, a scrawny teen struggling to find a girlfriend, with not a lot going for him except for his job at an airport with his immature friends. That is until the gorgeous and successful Molly (Alice Eve) walks into his airport. Slow motion and wind blowing through her hair, Kirk undoubtedly catches her eye along with every other man on set. Coincidently, he finds Molly’s phone and has to keep hold of it until she returns, promising their foreseeable re-meet.

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Film Review: Toy Story

Directed by John Lasseter and the first feature film from Pixar, Toy Story follows a set of anthropomorphic toys which come to life when humans are not present. Woody (voiced by Tom Hanks), is a traditional pull-string talking cowboy, who has long enjoyed a place of honour as the favourite of six-year-old Andy (John Morris). But Woody’s status as top toy is put in jeopardy upon the arrival of Buzz Lightyear (Tim Allen), the coolest space action figure ever made. As Woody plots to get rid of Buzz, things backfire as he soon finds himself lost in the outside world with Buzz as his only companion.

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