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Call Me By Your Name’s summer of love

December 8, 2017

There’s a reason why Call Me by Your Name is one of the year’s most anticipated releases. Directed by Luca Guadagnino and based on the novel of the same name by André Aciman, the movie

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The bold and brilliant vision of Loving Vincent

November 29, 2017

To honour the life of Vincent Van Gogh, an oil-painted film has been created to tell his unique story. Loving Vincent showcases the tragic death of the artist, exploring the mystery of how and why he

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The Lion King remake

November 22, 2017

Hakuna Matata, The Lion King is an upcoming live-action musical film drama, directed and co-produced by Jon Favreau and produced by Walt Disney Pictures. It’s a remake of the 1994 animated film.

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Does Thor Ragna-rock?

November 15, 2017

Since its introduction in 2011 the Thor movies have struggled to stand out in the crowded Marvel Cinematic Universe, but with Ragnarok Marvel has stumbled on a winning formula.

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Review: Blade Runner 2049

October 25, 2017

35 years after Ridley Scott first brought us the sci-fi classic Blade Runner and shaped the genre for decades to come, Denis Villeneuve has been tasked with delivering a worthy sequel which not only improves

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Sci-fi movies being rediscovered

October 25, 2017

It seems like all Hollywood can do at the moment is look skywards, eyes tracking the stars. The interest in sci-fi has never been higher than in the past few months, and the titles coming

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The ten most timeless movies

October 11, 2017

“Don’t make me choose. I can’t” is the eternal quote from the film ‘Sophie’s Choice’, one of the greatest films of our time. The haunting phrase is an appropriate response when asked to narrow down

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Kingsman: The Golden Circle

October 4, 2017

Action movies are hard to get right. Hollywood love to churn them out every year because they do not take a huge amount of effort and normally have enough box office draw for a quick

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Review: IT

September 27, 2017

It is uncommon that a horror movie lives up to the hype that surrounds it and can provide something more than a few jump scares and a story you won’t remember the next morning. The

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Review: 13 Reasons Why

April 19, 2017

These days high school drama shows are not hard to find, but they are hard to like. They are usually the same old over-romanticised, over-materialised, over the top crap. However, 13 Reasons Why is different.

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Review: Between Land and Sea

April 19, 2017

Roaring waves crash against the ragged cliffs. Seagulls sail on wild Atlantic gusts. Tiny black specks paddle across the white foam on their surf boards, only to be heaved over the lip of a towering

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Is the blockbuster killing film studios?

March 22, 2017

The smell of heated popcorn kernels fills the nasal cavities as you slowly make your way down a carpeted hall, scanning the doors for a number corresponding with your ticket label. Inside, a flight of

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Review – Logan

March 22, 2017

After seventeen years of playing his career defining character, Hugh Jackman returns as Logan in this grounded, raw and violent new take on Wolverine in his last adventure.

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Review: T2 Trainspotting

February 22, 2017

Choose regret, denial and rekindling old friendships. Twenty years later, Mark Renton (Ewan Mcgregor) returns to Edinburgh following the death of his mother; Sick Boy (Jonny Lee Miller), Begbie (Robert Carlyle) and Spud (Ewen Bremner)

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Sussed: The Oscars’ best pictures

February 22, 2017

After last year’s #OscarsSoWhite controversy sparked outrage on Twitter as well as from the actors themselves, the academy have made an explicit effort to recognise diversity in this year’s films. This can be seen in

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Review: La La Land

February 8, 2017

Every year, there’s a film that is soaked in nothing but hype. 2016 saw Suicide Squad, which critics loved to hate and 2015 gave all its Oscars to The Revenant. Admittedly, sometimes the hype is

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Review: Crash and Burn

November 30, 2016

Tommy Byrne could have been the biggest name in Formula 1. There was no doubting his talent and speed as he climbed through the ranks of Irish and British racing in the early 1980’s. The

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Film Review: My Name is Emily

April 20, 2016

  If you were to describe My Name is Emily in one word, it would be special. From its conception, this movie has been different from most. Irish director Simon Fitzmaurice was diagnosed with Motor

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Oscars: Spotlight shines on Leo’s glory

March 9, 2016

The race for best picture at the 88th Academy Awards was said to be the closest for years and so it proved. Alejandro González Iñárritu won best director for frontier revenge drama The Revenant, and

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REVIEW: Zoolander 2

February 24, 2016

Zoolander 2 is an almost irredeemably bad movie. It feels like both a lazy retread of the original and a tonally jarring rip off of a Dan Brown novel. Worst of all, it commits the

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REVIEW: Deadpool

February 24, 2016

Daniel Troy reviews the latest Marvel Superhero to hit the big screen, Deadpool. Does it live up to its legendary marketing campaign?

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INTERVIEW: Glenn Keogh

February 10, 2016

Gary Grimes interviews LA-based Irish actor Glenn Keogh about his latest venture.