Category Archives: Entertainment

The problem with Smurfette Syndrome

Reese Witherspoon talked about the Smurfette Syndrone recently, see here. She isn’t wrong, being the only girl in the village happens a lot. For as long as there has been movies with a team of people, no matter the genre, there is usually only one space

The Hard Working Facial Hair Of Ben Affleck

Now Ben Affleck may often act with his mouth hanging open and is generally more respected for his directing rather than his acting but have you noticed that Ben Affleck is not afraid to to dabble in a beard now and again, should the role require

Top 10 grandad t-shirts

The grandad t-shirt sure is one item of clothing that lets us know a persons character without them even opening their mouth. It is a t-shirt that tells the audience that the person is working class and will do physical labour for a living, and

The Inner Thoughts Of Bella Hadid

Bella Hadid may smile less than Rooney Mara (circa 2011-15) and occasionally look as though she is doing complex equations in her head, and well, maybe she is? A riddle wrapped in an enigma of an expressionless void. On the surface anyway.   Sometimes she

The skybeam of doom in all the movies

Everybody is starting to notice that there is often a big swirly beam of light (usually blue but sometimes green) in the sky in a lot of movies. People are starting to notice and we are getting bored of it. Superhero movies get a lot

Yearly Roundup 2016

This year might have been a good one for the grim reaper but there has also been some other stuff going on you might have missed, but popbabble notices the little things … Anna Kendrick has done so well to hide her contempt of Justin Timberlake,

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story – review

A group of rebels must obtain the plans for the death star before Darth Vader and the Empire start using the super weapon to destroy planets. For a whole film to be based off the opening crawl and a few lines of dialogue in Star Wars

Kubo And The Two Strings

Kubo is a small boy who lives in a cave with his mother, everyday to goes to the local village to tell stories but his mother insists he be back before dark. So when he is a bit late, he finds himself fighting vengeful spirits

Morgan – review

Morgan is a genetically engineered person/creature/girl who may or may not have no moral compass and be capable to killing people willy nilly, it is Kate Maras job to investigate and find out whats going on. I have no faith in The Black List if

My Blind Brother – review

Nick Kroll always plays second fiddle to his overachieving blind brother (Adam Scott) but when the rivalry between the two is ignited when they realise they both like Jenny Slate. This is a mildly amusing comedy with jokes that hit more than they miss. The