Ken Jeong

The Hangover Part III Review

Far more interesting than the dreadful second outing in the series, the still imperfect The Hangover Part III brings the inexplicable trilogy to a close with a surprisingly more serious tone and fewer cheap laughs.

Interview: Ken Jeong

We talk to the former doctor turned comedic character actor Ken Jeong about reprising his role as the wildman Chow for Todd Phillips' The Hangover Part III, why he's nothing like the characters he plays, why he's grateful to Judd Apatow, Michael Bay, and his time on Community, and his chemistry to his co-stars.

Interview: Yvette Nicole Brown & Gillian Jacobs of Community

One of the most eagerly anticipated returning shows of the Fall has to be NBC's Community, currently entering it's fourth season. To celebrate the fact that all three previous seasons of Community are currently available to stream on Netflix, our own Ian MacIntyre sat down with two of the shows stars - Yvette Nicole Brown (Shirley) and Gillian Jacobs (Britta) - to discuss their favourite episodes, showrunner changes, the upcoming season, and... feet?

Transformers: Dark of the Moon Review

I will keep it brief since Transformers: Dark of the Moon director Michael Bay can't seem to do it himself. Do you just want to see some shit blow up? If you answered in the affirmative, then you will probably greatly enjoy this film a whole lot more than the second entry in the franchise since you will actually be able to SEE what is happening for a change. Everyone else looking for anything more than that can look elsewhere because that is all you are going to get from this astoundingly pretty, but astoundingly empty, incoherent, nonsensical and excessive film.