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Ex Machina (2015) Director: Alex Garland

Ex Machina, is the great Alex Garland’s first chance to direct one of his own self penned scripts. He is more well known for his writing for Danny Boyle for the slight misfire “The Beach” (based on his wonderful novel, John Hodge did mess it up with the film in my view with his screenplay) but the sadly neglected and wonderful Sunshine also the great “28 Days Later”. 657 more words

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Calvary - ★ ★ ★ ★ DVD Review

I found Calvary to be an incredibly well done film!  Boasting an award winning performance by Brendan Gleeson (Best Lead Actor: Boston Online Film Critics Association, British Independent Film Awards and Irish Film and Television Awards) and award worthy performances by the supporting cast; it was a riveting story, with just enough humour to soften the darkness of it, and just enough darkness to elevate the drama of it. 694 more words

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Star Wars: Villains Featured On Empire Cover

Empire Magazine has released one of two Star Wars: The Force Awakens covers for the October issue.

The cover features the film’s villains: General Hux played by Domhnall Gleeson, Captain Phasme played by Game of Thrones star Gwendoline Christie and Kylo Ren played by Adam Driver. 74 more words


Film Review: Ex Machina (2015)

Ex Machina Film Review

Cast: Domhnall Gleeson, Oscar Isaac, Alicia Vikander

Director: Alex Garland

Synopsis: A young man is selected to take part in a unique programme that develops and evaluates the world’s first artificial intelligence. 622 more words

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Domhnall Gleeson

Alicia Vikander

reviewed by Tom-Tom

Filmed SciFi usually has only one direction: action. Solaris is perhaps one of the only of recent memory to attempt to wax philosophical among the stars. 611 more words


New Star Wars 7 images

The production of Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens had kept almost everything under wraps for what seemed like years. There were no official cast announcements (only rumours) until the SW brain trust decided to lift the lid on production and similarly there was no official material from the film until the first trailer. 116 more words

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Beautiful Books: Brooklyn

With the newly released trailer (now over a month old) for the movie adaptation of Brooklyn by Colm Tóibín I decided now would be a great time to write a little bit about this spectacular novel. 543 more words