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A Good Day to Die Hard (2013)

You’d think that by 2013 Hollywood would have figured out that there’s simply no room for the old action films, but apparently somebody actually wanted a “Die Hard 5”. 572 more words


John Moore Aboard To Direct Action Thriller 'N.O.C.' For Film House Germany - Cannes

John Moore is set to direct N.O.C., an action thriller from Film House Germany. The Irish filmmaker, whose credits include A Good Day to Die Hard, Behind Enemy Lines… 290 more words


Cannes: John Moore Tapped to Direct 'N.O.C.'

Irish helmer John Moore is attached to direct upcoming C.I.A. action-thriller “N.O.C.,” which Radiant Films International and Cargo Entertainment is shopping to buyers on the Croisette this year. 174 more words


1798: A Rebel Romance by Paul B McNulty

18-22 April 2016 at 7 pm, UCD Dramsoc Theatre,

Student Centre, Belfield, Dublin 4.

When Cecilia Lynch falls in love with John Moore, a United Irishman, she finds herself drawn into the web of revolution. 360 more words

1798 Rebellion

8 May 1916

Extract from the war diary of John Moore, 22nd (Cheshire) Regiment

We were all assembled in a field to hear a Court Martial read. It was while in the trenches last time a young lad 17 years of age refused going over the top to fix barbed wire, it was perfectly moonlight & the officer that went out with the men was seen & shot, he was talking in the Guard Room with his companion as to how much punishment he would get, he thought same as the rest, a few days, when we were brought in the field the Colonel gave us command attention, & his verdict was read, to be shot at dawn, the sentence was duly carried next morning. 287 more words

19 April 1916

Extract from the war diary of John Moore, 22nd (Cheshire) Regiment

Came out & it was called on Parade we had done well in the trenches & had had a rough time since coming out & as we was first of Kitcheners to come out here, & had proved ourselves best division we were going to be honoured by 10 dys special training for open filed work, we were all run down, this was to give us rest at night & drill in day time to get ready for final onslaught on Germans expected next month (May) expecting all being over by July hope it is correct, we shall be in the thick of it being now 1st line Regiment, to this training ground we have have 3 days marching, straight from Boars Head trenches did 8 miles on 20th, 11 miles on 21st Good Friday, & on Saturday 15 miles full pack.

13 April 1916

Extract from the diary of Lt William Batty, (Liverpool) Regiment

“Birthday dinner”. Among the parcels I received was one from my father from a Liverpool shop containing (in tons) a dinner of five courses for six people. 465 more words