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Wrath of the Titans
Two years after the big budget remake Clash of the Titans fought its way onto the screens and passed...
The Queen of Ireland
The Queen of Ireland is a powerful, moving document that acts as a time-capsule of emotion and social change. It's also the funniest film of the year.
#Review: The Curious Works of Roger Doyle
With The Curious Works of Roger Doyle, the public has a chance to better understand and appreciate one of the most acclaimed Irish musical talents.
#Review: Fast & Furious: Hobbs & Shaw
Fast & Furious: Hobbs & Shaw is a pedestrian affair. The chemistry between the two leads is far too abrasive to be charming.
A watchable, fun film, with a few laughs thrown in for good measure.
#Review: Happy Death Day
With no genuine tension, a tonal shift midway through the film and hapless and uninteresting characters Happy Death Day is dead on arrival and should be avoided at all costs.
#Review: Mary Poppins Returns
Mary Poppins Returns is much like cotton candy. You'll enjoy it in the moment but it won't satisfy you in the long run.
Mommy is a skilled, stylish and often-heartbreaking depiction of the love of family through thick and thin.
Klaus is a funny, surprisingly emotional story that will become an instant classic.
Camille Claudel 1915
Juliette Binoche is marvellous (as always) in Bruno Dumont's downtrodden-but-deft portrait of the newly-committed Camille Claudel.
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