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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: The Edge Of Democracy, Recall, Point Blank, Cities Of Last Things

The Edge Of Democracy Trailer After decades of rule under military juntas, Brazil turned to democracy in the 1980’s, which many of its citizens hoped would usher in a new era of peace and prosperity. But recent political drama appears … 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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