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Review: Blindspotting

Blindspotting Trailer Here’s another that has been on my radar for a little bit, but that I only got the chance to check out now owing to its release on Irish-specific streaming options. The lead’s name would have been enough … Continue reading

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Review: The Red Sea Diving Resort

The Red Sea Diving Resort Trailer Hey, it’s the height of the cold war, and a bunch of spies have to orchestrate a large-scale fabrication in a hostile country in order to rescue a bunch of stranded people in need, … Continue reading

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Review: The Dead Don’t Die

The Dead Don’t Die Trailer   Jim Jarmusch is a director I have, with some conscious intention, avoided in the past. There has been little about the promotion of his notable efforts like Stranger Than Paradise, Only Lovers Left Alive … Continue reading

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Review: The Man Who Wanted To Fly

The Man Who Wanted To Fly Trailer Like a lot of Irish people of my age, I am just a single generation away from the countryside. My mother and her family are/were from rural North Clare a place that, in … Continue reading

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Review: Apollo 11

Apollo 11 Trailer There were a few things going through my head when I sat down to take in Todd Douglas Miller’s documentary that has been wowing film critics left and right in the last few weeks. The first was … Continue reading

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Review: Yesterday

Yesterday Trailer If The Beatles only formed today, would they become famous? Such a question is pretty much impossible to answer, but director Danny Boyle wants to have a go in this, his 13th feature. Boyle has struggled to replicate … Continue reading

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Review: Toy Story 4

Toy Story 4 Trailer The thing that amazes me about Toy Story isn’t just the way the first film signified a paradigm shift in animation. It isn’t just its remarkable longevity (24 years now!). It isn’t just the way it … Continue reading

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