A beautiful mind.
A beautiful mind.
French movie Eden delves into the underground dance scene of Paris in the 1990s and the emergence of acts such as Daft Punk, but ultimately proves to be an underwhelming broken record.
Robert Carlyle's impressive directorial debut is a black comedy about a Glaswegian barber who becomes an accidental killer.
Aidan Gillen plays a wayward prisoner given compassionate release to look after his orpahned niece Stacey - a great Lauren Kinsella - in his lowkey debut from director Mark Noonan
You'd expect a film starring Jonah Hill and James Franco to feature lewd sex jokes, cameos from their mates, and copious amounts of marijuana. But this is far from the case in True Story, their latest joint venture.
Marvel knows pest.
Bad noose OR The Breakneck Club - take your pick. Harry Guerin reviews the latest found footage horror flick.
Crime writer Georges Simenon (1903-1989) wrote 75 Maigret novels and 28 Maigret short stories. Penguin Classics are reissuing them all in translation and they are well worth checking out.
To help us understand the Greeks - both the ancient race and by extension the modern for there is obvious continuity - Edith Hall has written a fascinating book which is erudite, witty and accessible.
A recently-released DVD and CD capture the electric atmosphere at Andy Irvine's 70th birthday nights at Vicar Street in 2012.
Paul Dano and John Cusack are superb in this compelling and intimate biopic of Beach Boy Brian Wilson that focuses on two pivotal periods of his life.
Selkie - yes you read that right. The Oscar-nominated Song of the Sea is not a film about a selfie - for which indeed we are most grateful - but a selkie, a seal child. It is a true gem of animation, an Irish film of which we can be proud.
Ted battles for his right to be considered a real person and not just property in this solid sequel from Seth MacFarlane
Asif Kapadia's new documentary about pop's lost girl Amy Winehouse is a desperately sad portrait of a long, drawn-out and very public death. It will break your heart and leave you angry
An Albanian singer who was raised in Switzerland, Elina Duni teamed up over a decade ago with pianist Colin Vallon during music studies at the Hochschule der Kunste in Berne. Her second LP for ECM applies an open-ended jazz sensibility to Albanian song.
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