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Review: Free Guy

Free Guy Trailer Guy (Ryan Reynolds) lives a repetitive life in Free City, drinking the same coffee, wearing the same clothes and experiencing the same bank robbery every day, as he ignores a chaotic world of murder and mayhem. A … Continue reading

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NFB Listens To Number Ones: “My Baby’s Waiting” – Industry

If you saw that title and immediately thought “Who?”, then welcome to the club. I hadn’t a clue who this crowd were, or what this song was, but a quick Wiki search informed me that not only was this a … Continue reading

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Review: The Last Mercenary

The Last Mercenary Trailer On a busy week professionally, allow me to get out a shorter review than usual for a recent Netflix addition. Famed mercenary Richard Brumere (Jean Claude Van Damme) better known as “the Mist” has been off … Continue reading

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NFB Listens To Number Ones: “Japanese Boy” – Aneka

I suppose I shouldn’t be surprised that this one doesn’t get a great deal of air-time anymore: it’s essentially “Cultural Appropriation: The Song”. Aneka – real name Mary Sandeman, from Edinburgh – manages to just about avoid her tune being … Continue reading

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NFB Re-Watches Battlestar Galactica Season Two: “Pegasus”

Air Date: 23/09/2005 Director: Michael Rymer Writer: Anne Cofell Saunders Synopsis: The Fleet is elated when they discover another surviving Battlestar, the Pegasus, commanded by the stern Admiral Cain. But joy soon turns to rancor as the reality of what … Continue reading

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Review: Raya And The Last Dragon

Raya And The Last Dragon Trailer Here’s one that should have made a huge splash, Disney’s 59th entry into their canon (I’ll be adding it to my list soon enough, don’t worry) but has instead been forced to limit itself … Continue reading

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Review – Black Holes: The Edge Of All We Know

Black Holes: The Edge Of All We Know Trailer Is there any bit of astrophysics as alluring to the layman as the idea of a black hole? It seems to me to be at the fulcrum of what we can … Continue reading

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Review: Another Round

Another Round Trailer The Film Festival continued on the Sunday night, with the traditional surprise film. The offerings that this has made available to people over the years have, being honest, been extremely mixed, and after I and my other … Continue reading

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Review: Lapsis

Lapsis Trailer Back to VMDIFF it is, for something altogether different than the first film I took in from the festival. Perhaps a bit too dramatic last week when I said that the return of the Dublin Festival was a … Continue reading

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Review: The Dig

The Dig Trailer Once you look beyond the not terribly inspiring title of this film, that made me initially think of an Irish psychological drama film from 2018, there is a lot about The Dig that draws the eye. Rather … Continue reading

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