Frost's Cuban Fury a predictable romcom Nick Frost's latest film Cuban Fury is a romcom that doesn't bring anything new to the table. Updated Updated 12/03/2014
Apr 07, 2014 · Even seasoned comedians can’t save this rom-com from falling flat. Overall Cuban Fury is a feel good movie but plays too safe to be taken seriously as a romantic comedy. It’s more of a “watch-on-the-plane” type of film that is sure to provide a few laughs, but not without a few awkward cringes as well.
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Though it's nothing we haven't seen in many a dance film before it, spirited performances help make Cuban Fury an amiable rom-com, and proves that Frost can carry a film on his lonesome.
"Cuban Fury" is a classic British rom-com dance movie, And what you expect is what you get. If you're a Nick Frost fan or a salsa-phile, you might love it. If you enjoy the comfortable old slippers of reworked predictability, you might find it passably pleasant. If you're none of the above, I suggest you wait until the DVD hits the weekly hire ...
Cuban Fury Review By Rich Cline This is the kind of British rom-com that sneaks up on you when you least expect it and leaves you with a huge smile on your face at the end.
- Rich Cline
Jul 31, 2014 · Overall, I enjoyed Cuban Fury. There’s dancing, some quirky characters and a dark horse to root for. Earlier I called it a rom-com, but that’s really only a plot device. This movie is, at its heart, a story about a man who rediscovers his passion and starts truly living for the first time in his adult life.
Apr 09, 2014 · Cuban Fury does think a Nice Guy™ deserves to win the girl of his choice with a little sweat. Which means as progressive as it might feel for fat guys, losers, and salsa stalwarts, it’s rotten ...
Cuban Fury feels like the product of a computer program that was fed a dozen screenwriting manuals and synthesized the ultimate generic rom-com.
Directed by James Griffiths. With Nick Frost, Rashida Jones, Chris O'Dowd, Olivia Colman. Beneath Bruce Garrett's under-confident, overweight exterior, the passionate heart of a salsa king lies dormant. Now, one woman is about to reignite his Latin fire.