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Zac Efron films are a mixed bag, not only do some of them make you want to claw your eyes out (The High School Musical era) but some are just so sappy that they suck all the life out of the story (The Lucky One, Charlie St Cloud). That Awkward Moment lies somewhere in the middle and while the film doesn’t quite hit the highs its searching for it does have a great cast and some impressive writing with a wonderfully improvised feel to it. The film follows best friends Jason (Efron), Daniel (Miles Teller) and Mikey ... Read full review »
When the first How to Train Your Dragon was released in 2010 I don’t think anybody was expecting the kind of film it turned out to be, not only was it more mature than your average childrens animation but it displayed a wealth of animated skill from the design of characters to the way landscapes were envisioned. The 2nd instalments still devotes itself to visual excellence, it’s the story that lets down this follow up. How To Train Your Dragon 2 follows Hiccup (Jay Baruchel) five years after the events that ... Read full review »