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#Take2: Long Day’s Journey Into Night
Long Day's Journey Into Night is a complex, mesmerizing dream that uses 3D to surprisingly thoughtful effect.
Jurassic World enjoyable time at the cinema, an action spectacular that does not skimp on the action, but one that offers nothing new or memorable.
The Grand Seduction
Brendan Gleeson tries to salvage the fate of a Newfoundland fishing village by mostly being a terrible person. Funny-ish.
With Split, M. Night Shyamalan is back and in a big bad way. Phenomenal cinematography, haunting score, and brilliantly cast.
#Review: Monsoon (East Asia Film Festival Ireland)
The East Asia Film Festival Ireland keeps on trucking and after A Girl Missing and its tale of innocence lost...
Gritty but derivative, Traders works best as a showcase for upcoming Irish acting talent.
#Review: Annabelle Comes Home
Annabelle Comes Home should have been a monstrous and wickedly terrifying horror funhouse. It is not.
Ex Machina is an exceedingly smart and considerate sci-fi, creating believable tension around Alicia Vikander's all-too-believable AI.
#Review: The Cured
The Cured is a fantastic horror filled with moving performances and a story with many threads to pull on. Just be ready because there be monsters here.
Everybody Wants Some!!
With great music, a cast of hip young things and a disarmingly thoughtful script, Everybody Wants Some!! readily delivers laughs and pathos.
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