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Critically acclaimed BELLE coming to Irish cinemas
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#Review: The King’s Man
#Review: The Matrix: Resurrections
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Abominable is a brilliant film. It's got some originality issues but nothing that the stunning animation and charming cast.
#Review: Boy Erased
Boy Erased is a potent and emotional film brought to startling life by an incredible cast.
#Review: Fast & Furious 8 (aka The Fate of the Furious)
The cinematography and stunt work in Fast & Furious 8 is superb, and it' a treat for fans, but there's little new here.
Greta is a bonkers film about a bonkers character which has a load of issues, but one that is a ton of fun.
#Review: American Made
American Made is a decent film; sadly several issues stop it from being anything memorable.
#Review: Conor McGregor: Notorious
Conor McGregor: Notorious is a highly entertaining film about one of Ireland's greatest exports, the man, the myth, the notorious Conor McGregor.
#Review: First Man
First Man is a surprisingly melancholy film. Damien Chazelle captures the character that was Neil Armstrong.
The strength of the characters and their journey means Blockers won't stop you from having a good time at the cinema.
#Review: Despicable Me 3
Despicable Me 3 is a fun and pretty film, but easily the weakest of the 3 so far.
#Review: Girls Trip
Girls Trip is a run of the mill comedy with a surprisingly raucous charm and genuine chemistry.
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