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Why isn't Robert de Niro making good movies any more? Paddy McKenna of joe.ie has met him and tells the tale
Michael Doherty, film critic with the RTÉ Guide, says The Force Awakens broke all records internationally
Marian is joined by Dave Fanning and blogger Sinéad Fox with some suggestions for you to tune into over the festive season. Recommended Viewing- Sinéad Fox’s Choices FOR ADULTS Dickensian ...
Sinéad Gleeson and Stephen Boyd review three films out this week: Julianne Moore’s Oscar winning performance as an Alzheimer’s sufferer in ‘Still Alice’; a true story of drugs, guns and government ...
Three new movies up for review: 80’s New York Crime drama A Most Violent Year, futuristic thriller Ex Machina starring Domhnall Gleeson and Oscar Isaac, and a remake of the ...
The nominations for this year’s Academy Awards were announced yesterday afternoon. One of the films nominated for best adapted screenplay is Inherent Vice, directed by Paul Thomas Anderson and starring ...
The latest from director Clint Eastwood and starring Bradley Cooper - American Sniper. Tense music drama Whiplash, and a biopic of the British war veteran Vera Brittain, Testament of Youth. ...
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In an industry dominated by youth and beauty, Dame Helen Mirren has remained at the top of her profession. Her latest movie is called "The Hundred Foot Journey" and Dame ...
Don Wycherley, is an Irish actor who is well known for the portrayal of Father Cyril McDuff in the comedy Father Ted. His other roles include Raymond in Bachelors Walk ...
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