T.J. Miller

Film Review: Underwater is a sufficient but sometimes suffocating disaster film

January 23, 2020

January can be a bit of a dead zone for films, so it’s not a huge surprise that Underwater has ended up in this release period. A film that Disney, courtesy of its Fox acquisition, wound up with. It was completed back in 2017 and has been waiting for a better time to be released. […]

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Christmas is about to get lit in the new Office Christmas Party trailer

November 5, 2016

The wildest workplace mixer of the year is about to hit cinemas with the release of Office Christmas Party, featuring an ensemble cast including Jason Bateman, T.J Miller, Kate McKinnon, Jennifer Aniston and Courtney B. Vance, with the release of the official trailer earlier today. From the team behind Blades of Glory and The Switch, Office Christmas Party […]

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Turns out World Emoji Day is a thing and so is the Emoji Movie; T.J. Miller to lend his vocal talents

July 20, 2016

Whether you knew it or not, last Sunday (July 17th) was World Emoji Day, an actual day to celebrate those yellow faces that present our emotions better than we can through words. The day was probably best celebrated by Deadpool and Silicon Valley star T.J. Miller, however, as he became the first actor officially attached to Sony […]

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TV Review: Silicon Valley Season 3, Episode 3 (USA, 2016)

May 12, 2016

Behold, the running gag of the gold chain. This episode sees Dinesh (Kumail Nanjiani) finally on a salary, treating himself to a delicate gold chain that he drapes around his neck. Gilfoyle (Martin Starr) spots it first and so begins a pun-tastic thirty-minute journey. The Pied Piper boys spare no expense at tearing the poor […]

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TV Review: Silicon Valley Season 3, Episode 1 (USA, 2016)

April 25, 2016

The Pied Piper boys are back in a third season of Silicon Valley. Each season gets better and better, and this one is already proving to be its best yet. It is a wonderful blend of humour, honesty, and melancholy. Richard Hendricks (Thomas Middleditch) finds himself in another pickle with his start-up – it all […]

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