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Coming out on Christmas Day on Disney+ is Soul. This latest piece of animation from Pixar and Walt Disney Studios...
#Review: Wonder Woman 1984
In 1918 Diana came from the legendary island of Amazonians, Themyscaria and now in 1984, Diana Prince has to save...
A fun adventure for the whole family
#Review: Two by Two: Overboard!
Everone’s favourite Nestrians and Grymps have returned in Two by Two: Overboard! This sequel to the 2015 animated adventure Two...
Slink away if you see this film near you
#Review: White Snake
Out now on Blu-ray, DVD & Digital is White Snake. This is a Chinese animation based on the folktale Legend...
#Review: Songs for While I’m Away
Songs for While I'm Away is a feature film documentary about the legendary artist Phil Lynott. If you're a fan this is right up your alley.
Out now in cinemas is the Irish gangster film Pixie. Starring Olivia Cooke, Bend Hardy and Daryl McCormack. Pixie follows...
Out this week on Disney+ is Godmothered. Godmothered is a film that promises to give you a fairytale you’ve never...
#Review: Let Him Go
Let Him Go is a story about a retired sheriff and his wife, who after the loss of their son,...
Phenomenal music, outstanding performances brought together by a potent and stellar cast
#Review: Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom
Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom is the latest adaptation of an August Wilson play. Many will remember his play Fences being...
The new Dublin International Comedy Film Festival promises some well needed giggles this Thursday and Friday
A new film festival in Dublin dedicated to comedy promises some much needed winter levity with an online programme of...
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