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With their reputations on the line, they know they're just one click away from being laid bare to the world...
but as their race to reclaim their video leads to a night they'll never forget, they'll find that their video will expose even more than they bargained for.
The supporting cast featuring Rob Lowe and Rob Corddry do generate most of the laughs, it again doesn't make for anything of a redeeming quality.
Tacky and infantile farce, loosely based on a 1966 Michael Caine movie and scripted by the Coen Brothers at far below their usual level.
A suave lawyer (Fassbender) enters into a drug deal that unsurprisingly turns bad, placing those who know him (Bardem, Pitt, Cruz) in peril.
The collaboration of Scott and Mc Carthy sounds promising, but the script is needlessly convoluted, the characters are uninvolving and the odd visual shock fails to redeem this cold…
A fourth and final instalment, rebooting the flagging franchise with a new alternate-reality twist which sees Shrek escape fatherhood for a one-day return to his bachelor years.
A warmed-over sequel that lazily re-configures familiar elements to mildly pleasing effect.