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Coming to Disney+ on May 26th is Cruella, the revised origin story of a character who is possibly the truest...
#Review: Mortal Kombat
Out today, finally in Irish households is the long-awaited Mortal Kombat. From director Simon McQuoid, in his feature film debut, Mortal Kombat whips up a new version of the long-lived videogame.
Starring Frances McDormand, Nomadland is a melancholic film about a woman who travels across America meeting many people along the...
#Review: Tom and Jerry
Out now is Tom and Jerry, the latest cinematic adventure for the iconic duo. Will this latest iteration live up...
#Review: The 8th
The 8th is a brilliant, cathartic documentary capturing a moment in Irish history, a moment decades in the making.
#Review: The Mitchells vs. the Machines
Coming out this Friday on Netflix is The Mitchells vs. the Machines. This new animated film from Sony Pictures Animation....
#Review: Godzilla vs Kong
It’s been seven years in the making since the arrival of Godzilla in 2014, the titanic clash of Godzilla and...
#Review: Army of the Dead
It’s been a few minutes since we had our last zombie treat, isn’t it? Well, Zack Snyder has returned with...
#Review: Here Are the Young Men
Here Are the Young Men is a coming of age story that is set in Ireland in 2003. The film...
#Review: The Mauritanian
Coming to Amazon Prime is The Mauritanian. This legal drama is based on a true, or as the film opens...
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