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Film Review: One Million Dubliners

Named the “Best Irish Feature Documentary” at Galway Film Fleadh back in July One Million Dubliners finally hits cinemas this month.
The documentary tells the story of Glasnevin Cemetery (officially Prospect Cemetery) and the 1.5 million people that are buried there. 373 more words


Open Windows (2014)

You know, I’m all for pushing cinematic form and experimenting with new ways of telling a tired story but the desktop-bound trappings of Open Windows got real tired, real quick. 442 more words

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Harry Brown (2009)

Michael Caine is one of my favourite actors so I wonder why it’s taken me so long to watch Harry Brown. I think it was released here in the UK around the same time as Gran Torino and this one just got put to the back of the deck in the shuffle. 360 more words

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Review: A Walk among the Tombstones (2014)

It’s always raining in the city, and only at the most inconvenient hour. The year is 1999, the Y2K scare looms, rain pours, the streets are drenched in corruption, and violent kidnappers patrol the streets in a spray-painted van. 593 more words


Gone Girl (2014)

Gone Girl (2014)

You don’t know what you’ve got ‘til it’s …

Calculated, meticulous and completely engaging, director David Fincher, Fight Club (1999), tackles American writer, Gillian Flynn’s electrifying novel of the same name in… 1,168 more words

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Yves Saint Laurant (2014)


If you expect somewhat kind of fashion-inspiring movie like ‘Devil Wears Prada’, this might not be an appropriate movie for you. This is not the movie about one of the greatest fashion designer in history, but the story of one person who was deeply into and dedicated his life to fashion. 289 more words