Cats may be musically pleasing to Broadway musical fans but for movie goers, the visual effects will only make someone want to gouge their eyes out. There’s a point in the film where Ian McKellen’s Gus The Theatre Cat says: “The theatre is not what it once was.” To which a colleague of mine responded with “Amen.” Amen indeed. This film is quite the disgrace to theatres everywhere. Listen, I don’t know if anyone asked…"Cats: The Worst Film of The Year and Decade"
In theory, I Feel Pretty should be a movie full of jokes and laughs. It has anything in a comedy that one wants–a likeable lead with a solid crew of friends–but the script falls remarkably short with not knowing the direction in which to go. Renee Bennett (Amy Schumer) is holding herself back from being that woman who can take charge and control her own destiny. She works in a basement office far from the Lily…"I Feel Pretty doesn’t have laughs"