The Very Long Goodbye.
The Very Long Goodbye.
The three young leads steal the show in this hugely enjoyable thriller about a group of boys who discover something precious-but-dangerous in a Rio rubbish dump
While Colin Firth may not take his martini shaken in Kingsman, this Bond-esque flick, packs just enough punch to keep your senses stirring throughout.
Ewan McGregor is the budget-approving name in this slightly-flawed-but-lotsa-fun gangster heist movie from a first-time Australian director
Funny how as the years rack up you can get even more out of animated movies than you ever did when you had a lot more time on your side.
Best European Fiction 2015 gathers the work of writers from all corners of Europe, from Spain, France, Estonia, Bulgaria, Latvia and many other countries. Some writers hit the mark, others are a bit like indie bands without guitar solos.
Alex Garland's directorial debut, Ex Machina is a taut, tense and elegant sci-fi thriller that is utterly compelling from start to finish
Kerosene of the crime.
If you liked poker drama Rounders you'll enjoy this. Blackjack is the game; Mark Wahlberg is the guy in way over his head.
Bob Dylan perked our curiosity about the poems of Arthur Rimbaud all those years ago, and Penguin Classics lead the fray when it comes to finding not just Rimbaud, but French poetry in general, in translation. Paddy Kehoe looks at some selections.
Back after an eight-year hiatus, Sleater Kinney lash out a ferocious and powerful statement of intent on their comeback album
Eithne Ní Ualllacháin's untimely passing in 1999 deprived this country of one of its finest singers. Her first solo album is a brilliant legacy.
Two Irish film-makers spent four years among the people of the village of Majdal Shams in the Israeli-occupied, Syrian Golan Heights to make their powerful film.
After some years in the directorial doldrums, Clint Eastwood is back on form with this troubling true story of war, male identity and patriotism.
Have you ever walked a mile in someone else's shoes? How about 1,100 miles?
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