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Frank (2014) - Film Review


Starring Domhnall Gleeson, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Michael Fassbender

Directed by Leonard Abrahamson, written by Jon Ronson and Peter Straughan

IMDB Rating: 7.0

A surprisingly good film about a young man chasing his dream against what seems like a fight for power over the enigmatic centre-point, Frank. 671 more words


Audience Behavior

I go to the theatre often here in Dublin. I didn’t go as often when I lived in New York. For one thing, it’s a LOT more expensive to see good theatre in New York. 635 more words

Around Town

Ex Machina (2015) - Film Review

Ex Machina

Starring Domhnall Gleeson, Oscar Isaac, Alicia Vikander

Written and directed by Alex Garland

IMDB Rating: 8.1 (25/01/2015, 5 days after release)

This is the first time in our short history we’ve reviewed a film after reviewing its trailer months before! 648 more words


The Gleesons: Sons of Glee

A couple months ago I saw a bus drive past me with advertising that caught my eye. All I could read was:¬†GLEESON GLEESON GLEESON.” 303 more words

Short Reflection

Review: The Walworth Farce

The current run of The Walworth Farce at The Olympia Theatre, Dublin sees the Gleeson clan (Brendan, Domhnall and Brian) take to the stage as, not surprisingly, an Irish father and his two sons. 501 more words


Mining Town Zombies, Cadavers and Ghosts: Architecture in the Desert 4

Miami is one of the luckier ones. It managed a couple of main streets built in solid brick and concrete that still retain some charm, a memory of days of compact development before cars, of mixed business and living spaces before planners decided to segregate them: 796 more words


Calvary [2014]

This film appears to be a drama. The adverts and right down to the way it’s filmed are very grave. In reality, the movie is darkly hilarious (I mean, like, pitch black). 112 more words