Apple TV+ have finally unleashed a trailer to reveal the ingredients that promise to spicen up the spooky in the now infamous Philly brownstone where virtually the entire series of “Servant” has taken place so far. Executive produced by Academy Award-nominated director M. Night Shyamalan, the ten-episode second season is all set to premiere around […]
Zoolander 2 Review
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Without accidentally, on purpose placing the words really and ridiculously in front of every sentence, ever – Zoolander 2 is just as ridiculously good as the original idea.
The opening scene alone, the death of pop star Justin Bieber is one hell of a good start to this cult classic. Our favourite supermodels are hiding in the shadows after a series of unfortunate, yet ridiculously funny events but there is nothing quite like Penelope Cruz in an all-in-one red leather biker suit to get you out of a rut, is there?
Back in 2001, Ben Stiller and Owen Wilson took to the catwalks, with style, luscious locks and that oh so famous stare…..Magum, or was it Blue Steel? By the by, these guys hit the nail on the head when it came to the perfect combination of intelligence and comedy, and Zoolander 2 is no exception. From the word go, this is knicker-wetting funny. If you think this is going to be a ground-breaking feature, then this probably isn’t the one for you. If you are able to stomach Anchorman 2, then this is leaps and bounds ahead of Ron Burgundy and his merry men. With possibly the same amount of unbelievable cameos popping up, making you physically shake with giggles, not just at who’s who but how fabulously acted this absurdly ridiculous this script is. Derek Zoolander Jr (Cyrus Arnold) is all grown up and let’s say after seeing how ‘fat’ his son is Zoolander wants next to nothing to do with him, up until the point where notorious baddie Mugatu (Will Ferrell) hatches a plan to slaughter him.