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A film that has its funny moments but it will also have you reaching for the tissues too!
R.I.P.D. Review 2
A fun and forgettable romp full of wasted potential.
2013 – Emma's take on the cinematic year
Emma takes a look at the cinematic year in 2013 and lets us know what floated her boat.
Standby is unashamedly broad and warm and with the right marketing could play very well across the world.
Ant-Man has potential to be involving and more character-driven than most superheroes, but it's mostly just another Marvel flick: fun, but largely unremarkable.
A missed opportunity, a poor and underwhelming depiction that lacks a real punch.
Love and Mercy
An imperfect but marked improvement on so many biopics, Love and Mercy has soul to spare and terrific performances at its core.
The tired horror movie clichés and intelligence insulting plot will leave you more 'In Different' than 'In Fear'.
Revolutions is a lovingly put together insight into the personalities that make up the fledgling Roller Derby scene in Ireland.
With Stalker, Mark O’Connor has finally found his cinematic voice.
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