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IFI@Home launches new season of films on innovative architecture
Prolific producer Brendan Byrne launches new solo film production venture
#Review – IFI Japanese Story – Kwaidan
France’s Academie des Lumières announces nominees for Les Prix Lumières
Dublin Film Critics Circle announce annual awards 2019
#Review: The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It
An intense and surprisingly emotional sequel
#Review: A Quiet Place Part II
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August 26th, 2016
Try as the cast might, and despite a few laughs, Vacation just isn't funny enough to be memorable.
Song of the Sea
Song of the Sea reminds us the modern world is still home to some magic, with a pleasant story of familial love and truly dazzling animation.
Chef is a glossy Sunday supplement, a pleasure to browse through but with little of substance.
Penguins of Madagascar
Skipper, Kowalski, Rico and Private are the penguins you need. P-p-p-pick 'em up.
The Wolfpack is a curious but worthy true tale of willing captivity, even if it does raise as many questions as it answers.
An Oscar-winning performance from Julianne Moore defines this story of a linguistics professor diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer's Disease.
The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies
All of Middle-Earth goes to war in a mostly satisfying conclusion to the Hobbit trilogy.
You’re Ugly Too
A wayward uncle and smart-mouthed niece are pushed together through circumstance to try to form a new family unit. A smart, subdued and mostly even effort from a host of promising Irish talent."
Big Hero 6
High-tech nerdlingers become high-tech superheroes with the help of an inflatable robot. Don't try this at home, kids.
20 Feet from Stardom
A snapshot, and just that, into the lives of backing singers and how they have brought life to the songs and performances we all know,
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