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Brooklyn (2015)

Brooklyn is one of the most heartwarming movies of the year.  Its screenplay is fantastic and tells a great story of a young woman who faces an internal struggle of deciding where her heart belongs.   31 more words

2015 Reviews


This is not a biopic about Brooklyn Beckham, but a drama about a young Irish woman moving to America in the early 1950s.

Brooklyn is a lovely film, and quite traditional in terms of its character growth and universal themes; leaving home, love and loss, travel sickness… Nick Hornby adapts Colm Tóibín’s novel with warmth, humour and funny dinner table scenes to rival… 101 more words



Let me go ahead and admit that I went into Brooklyn fiercely cynical due to various other films being snubbed by the Academy Awards. Was John Crowley’s  323 more words



Starring: Saorise Ronan, Emory Cohen, Julie Walters, Jim Broadbent, Domnhall Gleeson, Jessica Pare, Emily Bett Rickards
Directed By: John Crowley
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Movie Review

BROOKLYN — Home is Home

It’s New York, on a pleasant Fall evening in 1951. There’s a dance in an Irish Catholic church basement in Brooklyn. She is unassuming, doesn’t wear makeup, and her strawberry blond hair is as tidy as her buttoned-up collar and brown polka dot dress, tightly adjusted at the waist. 1,704 more words


Movie review: We marvel at Brooklyn through Saoirse Ronan's eyes


Starring: Saoirse Ronan, Emory Cohen, Domhnall Gleeson, Jessica Paré, Jim Broadbent, Julie Walters
Directed by: John Crowley
Running time: 112 minutes

The key word in Brooklyn is restraint. 465 more words


Jessica Paré on the post-Mad Men life, her baby Blues and new movie Brooklyn

“I did it — I had the world’s best child! Sorry everybody …”

Jessica Paré was in a boastful mood, sitting in a downtown hotel Monday afternoon. 1,066 more words