Comedy is difficult to do well.
Archive for April, 2004
Don’t read this review if you are planning to see this movie or planning to enjoy it. I reveal a bit too much.
Oryx and Crake is set in the future; how far, is left for the reader to decide.
Go to the “humour” section in any book store, and you’re likely to become quickly bitter about the amount of money that tragically unfunny people can make printing absolute dross while you’re churning out solid gold every week and living on a pittance.
The third in McCall Smith’s No. 1 Ladies’ Detective Agency series, Morality sees Mma Ramotswe’s life becoming yet more complicated.
This Easter my student loan got me to New York City. I was highly fortunate that my trip to the Big Apple was on at the same time as Paradise Now?, an exhibition of art from New Zealand and the Pacific.
Disclaimer: I don’t know how to spell the names of some of the central characters in Niu Sila.
Reviewing children’s theatre is a whole different ball game compared to its adult counterpart. Grown-ups want sophistication, subtlety and wit. Children want bright colours, talking animals and maybe a sing-along.
If I had somehow slipped into a coma last Friday night and been transported in this state of mind to Bar Bodega and awoken at around 10.00pm, I would have assumed that it was in fact 1986.