Toxic masculinity examined with vigour and style
Unsurprising material with an absence of a class critique
Slick social media satire with some huge laughs
Popular performer pleases packed room
Intelligent set that at times verges on a lecture
Unexpected and unearned plot developments muddy tech waters
Exuberant and infectious character comedy at its finest
Must be the slickest and quickest improv at the Fringe
Compelling subject matter and engaging performances slightly let down by uneven third act
Uneven and overlong but blessed with enjoyable stunts
As fresh and progressive as it was twenty years ago
Under-cooked material undermines competent execution
There is only one comedy African dictator
Uneven performances make for an underwhelming opening night
Rote disaster tropes saved by efficient execution and compelling dramatised reality.
Insipid radio vignettes with impressive musical wrapping
A serviceable examination of Nicaragua unfettered by studio politics.
Shaky structure and vague intentions make for unsatisfying account of fascinating individual.
Inferior crime offering from the versatile Carol Reed.
A case of diminishing or vanishing returns.
Unusually upbeat ending for gently paced noir.
Sweet but dated high concept fails to compel in time of multi-verses.
Unremarkable but well-paced biopic of a literary legend.
Fractured narrative and confused screenplay sabotages demonic debut.