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Requiem, Episode Two ~ Review

Having just about managed to emerge from behind the sofa following BBC One’s Requiem’s premiere last week, I find myself back behind it again! Although various facts are revealing themselves with is slightly deterring from the supernatural elements and causing my curious mind to wonder if there’s more of a psychological illusion happening here. 476 more words


Requiem - Episode 2: "The Blue Room"

BBC One’s Requiem
Episode 2: “The Blue Room”
Directed by Mahalia Belo
Written by Kris Mrksa

* For a recap & review of the premiere, “Matilda” – … 1,318 more words


Requiem - Episode 1: "Matilda"

BBC One’s Requiem
Episode 1: “Matilda”
Directed by Mahalia Belo
Written by Kris Mrksa

* For a recap & review of the next episode, “The Blue Room” – … 1,175 more words


Altitude Strikes German Deal for Berlin-Bound ‘Black 47’

Ascot Elite has picked up Irish period drama “Black 47” in German-speaking markets ahead of its world premiere at the Berlin International Film Festival. The Hugo Weaving (“Hacksaw Ridge”) and Jim Broadbent (“Iris”) picture was announced Monday as part of the Berlinale’s official selection. 249 more words


Pierce Brosnan’s Film ‘I.T.’ Comes to Netflix On Friday

Mike Regan (Pierce Brosnan) is a successful, self-made man who has it all – a gorgeous wife (Anna Friel), a beautiful teenage daughter, and a sleek, state-of-the-art smart home. 120 more words

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Like his predecessors, Pierce Brosnan has struggled to find legitimate success since retiring as James Bond. Occasionally he stumbles into a good role (The Matador, Love Is All You Need) or a hit like Mamma Mia!, but recent years have seen him emulate fellow Irishman Liam Neeson, playing ageing heroes driven to violence.
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