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'Zookeeper' is exactly what you'd expect: a low quality comedy with an OK cast. There are worse films out there certainly, but this film isn't great. The parts of the plot that involved the animals was decent, but I didn't really care for the love story. Sylvester Stallone & Nick Nolte's characters are the only ones I'll likely remember.
Pretty good. Well made, well acted, well told and yet I come away from watching this a little underwhelmed. Perhaps that was due to the running time, which was a tad too long, or the fact you basically know what's coming; just a question of "when", rather than "if". Jessica Chastain was excellent as Maya.
'Your Sister's Sister' makes for decent viewing. Emily Blunt, Rosemarie DeWitt and Mark Duplass bounce off each other nicely, showing good chemistry to avoid awkwardness. I liked the twist and ending. This film isn't anything special, perhaps a little overrated by the critics, but it is 90mins well spent.
One or two mildly amusing moments, but 'You Don't Mess with the Zohan' disappoints overall. Uninteresting plot, forced humour. I like Adam Sandler more than most seem to, however this isn't one of his best.
'Yogi Bear' isn't great. Poor screenplay, iffy casting and average animation hamper this film down. I found Tom Cavanagh's character a little dull, though Dan Aykroyd and Justin Timberlake did OK as Yogi and Boo-Boo respectively.