Bad Neighbours (2014)
A fairly run-of-the-mill comedy starring Seth Rogan and Zac Efron as neighbours at war with one another; the 30'something new parents and the 24hr party frat house next door. The visual gags are good though, the script is decent and it's a good laugh overall. If it's a toss-up between this and 22 Jump Street below then Bad Neighbours wins as it just feels tighter, better defined, more consistent and more witty.
22 Jump Street (2014)
More silly comedy, this time featuring Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill as they return to their roles as undercover cops for the sequel. It's a very self aware movie and is thus at its best when engaging in meta-gags aimed at the Holywood process; Jump Street chief Ice Cube instructs his charges during the opening act, "Everything is exactly the same as last time, I don't want you to do anything different, just do everything you did last time except with twice the budget and nobody will notice that you're not doing it as well as you did before..." Unfortunately his words ring too true throughout the movie, but it's okay anyway and worth a watch with a few beers.
Batman: The Dark Knight Returns (2012)
This two-part animated movie brings to life Frank Miller's seminal 1986 storyline in all its gory detail. Here Bruce Wayne is a 60yo retiree who must return to the cape when Gotham is faced with a new evil. The animation is superb and the tone gritty, violent and mature. At 150mins long this epic movie will please many Batman fans who're itching for more after the completion of Christopher Nolan's trilogy. Perhaps also it can serve as cause to be excited for the upcoming Batman vs Superman movie also as the Man of Steel features heavily in the second part.
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