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Review: Outlaw King

Outlaw King Trailer Freedom, etc. It’s been a whopping 23 years since Mel Gibson dominated screens with his, ahem, colourful depiction of the life of William Wallace. Braveheart was rightfully pilloried by some for its loose adhesion to the historical … Continue reading

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Perfect Scenes: Jurassic Park

Presenting a test post for a possible new series of short analyses, one that will aim to examine those individual scenes in movies that I would place on the highest pedestal. First up: Jurassic Park  – “They’re moving in herds”. … Continue reading

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Review: Katie

Katie Trailer I remember well where I was when Katie Taylor won Olympic Gold in 2012. With a group of friends and a horde of others from seemingly every strata of society, we watched her win her medal in the … Continue reading

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Review: Bleach, Hondros, The Titan

Bleach Trailer Ichigo (Sota Fukushi) is a wise-cracking teenager, who just so happens to be able to see ghosts. When his supernatural talent draws the attention of a katana wielding demon fighter (Hana Sugisaki), Ichigo is initiated into the world … Continue reading

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Review: Black ’47

Black ‘47 Trailer Any regular reader of this site knows that I loves me some Irish history, and while the Great Famine is not something I have ever dedicated an exceptional amount of time too – save for this part … Continue reading

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Review: BlacKkKlansman

BlacKkKlansman Trailer Spike Lee has never been a director I can say I’ve been totally enamoured with, but that’s probably because a large proportion of his films aren’t really made for me or someone of my background. But I would … Continue reading

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Review: Killing Heydrich

Anthropoid Trailer Back in 2016 I caught Sean Ellis’ Anthropoid, a depiction of the titular World War II operation to assassinate Reinhard Heydrich, carried out by members of the Czechoslovakian resistance and army-in-exile. With Cillian Murphy and Jamie Dornan as … Continue reading

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