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Amy Huberman meets Amy Poehler

Amy Huberman - Actress Amy Huberman meets her idol, Parks and Recreation star Amy Poehler. The US star was in Trinity College to receive a Gold Medal of Honorary Patronage from the University's Philosophy Society - Dublin, Ireland - Friday 13th March 2015

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Actress Amy Huberman out shopping with her baby.

Amy Huberman - Actress Amy Huberman spotted leaving Balfes Restaurant pushing her baby,Billy O'Driscoll.Amy was having lunch with her brother Mark Huberman and his girlfriend. - Dublin, Ireland - Tuesday 10th March 2015

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Opening night of The Walworth Farce

Sandra Huberman, Amy Huberman and Harold Huberman - Opening night of The Walworth Farce at The Olympia Theatre - Arrivals - Dublin, Ireland - Wednesday 14th January 2015

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H&M opens up a flagship store in Dublin

Amy Huberman - H&M opens up a flagship store on Dublin's College Green - Arrivals - Dublin, Ireland - Thursday 18th December 2014

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Brian O'Driscoll and wife Amy Huberman

Brian O'Driscoll & Amy Huberman - Brian O'Driscoll and wife Amy Huberman stop off for a hug and a coffee in Butlers on Chatham Street before sitting down outside The Westbury Hotel to enjoy the sun and their beverages before posing in selfies with fans... - Kerry, Ireland - Wednesday 16th April 2014

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The Stag Review


Excellent

From Ireland, this looks like yet another Hangover-style stag-night comedy, but the script has surprising depth to it, and even the sillier characters find some resonance as the events spiral into the requisite chaos. So while the movie's gross-out humour feels utterly contrived, there's meaning behind it. And the relationships between the central characters are remarkably complex.

The groom is theatre designer Fionnan (O'Conor), who is driving his fiancee Ruth (Huberman) crazy by being too-interested in planning the wedding. So she asks his best man Davin (Scott) to plan a stag getaway. They decide to go on a camping trip with Fionnan's brother (Legge) and his partner (Bennett), plus their friend Simon (Gleeson). But they fail in their efforts to avoid inviting Ruth's intense brother The Machine (McDonald). And sure enough, he takes over the weekend, causing abject mayhem at every turn as their casual hike becomes a series of frantic adventures.

The sharp actors create characters who are realistic and, for the most part, likeable. The exception is The Machine, and McDonald plays him mercilessly, chomping madly on the scenery. It's an over-the-top performance that constantly throws us outside the movie until we begin to see the man underneath the crazed bravado. But he causes the other guys to do inexplicable things as well, which sparks a reaction in us and allows for a bit of depth, especially for Scott in the meatiest role.

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Fionnan is the sensitive sort who's filled with excitement about his upcoming nuptials to partner Ruth. He's a nervous perfectionist who wants everything to be just right when the day comes, but makes no secret about his aversion to a traditional stag do of wild antics and drinking. When Ruth insists best man Davin take him on an outdoor adventure up a mountain for their bachelor's weekend, Fionnan is horrified but eventually agrees that he may enjoy a trek in the great outdoors. However, it is soon revealed that Ruth's insane brother nicknamed The Machine will be joining Fionnan and his friends - a fact that even makes Davin consider calling off their adventure. Instead, he attempts to deter him from coming along with a weird voicemail but, alas, he makes his presence known as he repeatedly brings trouble raining down on them on their journey.

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Hilarious New Wedding Comedy, The Stag Is Released Into The Wilderness [Trailer]


Andrew Scott Hugh O'Conor Amy Huberman Peter McDonald

The trailer has been released for new bachelor comedy The Stag, a movie which sets out to prove that the theme of weddings and stag parties hasn't been outgrown by the comedy genre. Hugh O'Conor plays Fionnan, the groom at the centre of John Butler and Peter McDonald's funny new film.

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Andrew Scott Stars As The Best Man In New Comedy 'The Stag.'

In the movie, perfectionist Fionnan is preparing for his wedding to Ruth (Amy Huberman) but the only thing he can focus on is the smooth running of the nuptials. When faced with the prospects of the traditional pre-wedding stag do, Fionnan says he'd much rather go along with Ruth and her friends on the hen do or plan the floral arrangements.

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The Stag Trailer


It's usually the bride that enjoys organising every little detail for their wedding, but in Ruth and Fionnan's relationship, planning the nuptials has become the only thing that guarded perfectionist Fionnan thinks about. However, concerned about his increasing seriousness and his hatred of adventure, Ruth enlists his best friend Davin to organise a stag night on a mountain. Fionnan eventually warms to the idea of a wildlife trek. that is until Ruth mentions that her ruthless brother The Machine is coming along too. Coping with The Machine becomes an uphill struggle when he throws away the stag group's compass and gets them lost, sets their tent on fire and insists on a nude streak through the woodland that almost gets them shot. But is he a blessing in disguise for strait-laced Fionnan, who may find this trip more of a milestone than a stag?

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Hell's Gate Review


Terrible
It's ripped from today's headlines, as a psychotic mental patient (Patsy Kensit) who believes she is the girlfriend of Jack the Ripper reincarnated, wreaks havoc on the family of her vacationing psychiatrist (Patrick Muldoon), who she believes is Ripper himself.

Got that straight?

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