Across this week on the show we're taking a look at what 2014 has to offer in movies, music and television. Today Amanda Fennelly was in studio with a look at the big films that will hit our cinemas over the next 12 months
This week, Richard Curtis, the British writer and director who gave us Four Weddings and a Funeral and Notting Hill, presents us with what is said to be his last directorial effort - a romantic comedy about a guy whose father tells him that all the men in his family can travel through time...so yes, it’s another time travel movie, of which Hollywood has given us plenty. It’s called About Time, and stars Rachel McAdams and our own Domhnall Gleeson– it’s received mixed reviews from critics. Evening Herald movie critic Chris Wasser has seen it.
On thejournal.ie today there are ‘The 16 indisputable truths that we learned form the movies’ – such as; there will always be a parking space right in front of the place the main protagonists are going to; and windows will always be open when a storm starts – What other rules apply in movies? Colm heard suggestions from listeners