The Numbers Station

7th June 2013 -

 Movie Review

There's an interesting, timely idea in this espionage thriller, as well as adept leading actors who are able to make the most of the script's dry wit. But the film is ultimately sabotaged by a...

Good Vibrations

28th March 2013 -

 Movie Review

The story of Belfast's "godfather of punk" is told with plenty of groovy style to match the 1970s setting, mixing the music with colourful locations and lively characters. But while the story is fascinating, the...

Good Vibrations

6th March 2013 -

 Video

When Terri Hooley decided to open up the record shop Good Vibrations in Belfast in the 70s world of hippies and strong political messages, he had no idea that he would soon discover what would...

Safe House

24th February 2012 -

 Movie Review

With a cool Cape Town setting and constant sweaty, kinetic violence, this entire film plays like a wildly thrilling segment from a Bourne movie. It's sharply well-made and acted, but nothing about it remotely scratches...

Safe House

16th January 2012 -

 Video

Matt Weston is a young CIA agent who, for the past year, has been bored by his inactive post in Cape Town. Matt is a "housekeeper" who aspires to be a full-fledged agent, a...

The Guard

18th August 2011 -

 Movie Review

Writer-director McDonagh brings to this film the same blend of black comedy, dark emotion and grisly violence as his brother Martin's gem In Bruges. And it's also another terrific character for Gleeson.Gerry Boyle (Gleeson) is...

The Guard

29th June 2011 -

 Video

Sergeant Gerry Boyle is a cop, working in a small town in County Galway, in the western part of Ireland, with a love of prostitutes, dropping acid on his days off and a dying mother....

Clash Of The Titans

2nd April 2010 -

 Movie Review

The studio clearly couldn't resist the chance to digitally revisit the creatures so memorably animated by Ray Harryhausen in the 1981 original. The result is an unnecessary remake that's loud, chaotic and mildly entertaining.Perseus (Worthington)...

Harry Brown

12th November 2009 -

 Movie Review

Gritty and almost unbearably intense, this British drama not only offers yet another terrific performance from Michael Caine, but it also marks the feature debut of a filmmaker to watch.Harry Brown (Caine) lives on a...

Harry Brown

6th October 2009 -

 Video

Watch the trailer for Harry Brown If you're a pensioner and live in a rough part of London, the night-time isn't the best time to be out and about, Drug dealing, guns, gangs are just...

Hunger

20th March 2009 -

 Movie Review

Awake with blunt noise and images of stunning clarity, Steve McQueen's Hunger only indulges in one real section of dialogue. Most of the film, set in Northern Ireland's infamous Long Kesh (Maze) prison, frames this...

The Escapist

7th May 2008 -

 Video

The Escapist Trailer Watch the trailer for The Escapist starring Brian Cox, Joseph Fiennes and Damian Lewis. Frank Perry (Brian Cox) is a lifer - in prison for the rest of his days....

The Wind That Shakes the Barley

16th March 2007 -

 Movie Review

A large contention at last year's Cannes Film Festival was held over the Palme D'Or recipient, which had been handed to the Dardenne brothers for L'Enfant in 2005. Upsetting expected winners Volver, Babel, and Marie...

Murphy Triumphs At Irish Film And Television Awards

12th February 2007 -

 News

CILLIAN MURPHY has triumphed at the Irish Film and Television Awards, winning the award for Best Actor. The star scooped the accolade for at the ceremony in Dublin, Ireland on Friday (09FEB07) for his role...

Dog Soldiers

1st November 2005 -

 Movie Review

It's a little bit Predator. It's a little bit American Werewolf in London. It says so right there on the DVD case. Too bad it's nowhere close to as much fun as...

Stranded

1st November 2005 -

 Movie Review

Hallmark Entertainment produced something good? Sure enough, the family-friendly outfit has made what is undoubtedly the best version of Swiss Family Robinson ever produced. In fact, Disney's version of Swiss Family Robinson came...

When the Sky Falls

1st November 2005 -

 Movie Review

The sad tale of Irish journalist Sinead Hamilton (Joan Allen; fictionalized from the 1996 true story of Veronica Guerin) is certainly a tragic one, but don't tell me you didn't see this coming. After...

RKO 281

1st November 2005 -

 Movie Review

Not terribly compelling but interesting for Welles and Kane buffs, RKO 281 (the production number of Citizen Kane during filming) dramatizes the ups and downs of a brash Orson Welles and his clash with William...

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