Taking too long to tell the most unimportant element of the story and never really managing to make the audience care what’s going to happen, Tarzan is one to avoid.
The actors involved in this mess do not enhance the delivery of the crappy script, but even if they were decent it wouldn’t save it from itself. Whatever DIY job you’ve been postponing for the last month is a much better way to...
Living in a Coded Land is a chilling and necessary document; one that could, and indeed should, be digested by all.
Failing to fully engage the audience, Exhibition is interesting but not overly entertaining.
The Sea is a film your mammy is probably going to love, but there’s plenty of meat for the critical viewer too. AN interesting and distinctly Irish watch
With high school finishing up and college beckoning Peter Parker must continue his journey of self discovery; finding out the truth about his parents disappearance and keeping New York City safe from the criminally insane.
A tightly-plotted potboiler, Locke is driven by some sterling writing and Tom Hardy firing on all cylinders.
Featuring one of the best performances in the history of Irish cinema and examining how one good man can endure for the betterment of others, Calvary is one of the best movies of the year to date.
Three young girls on the fringes of social adequacy in 1980s Stockholm come together to form a punk band in defiance of their social standing.
Calvary is a film that despite some good moments, a great cast and some gorgeous cinematography just does not work.