Unimpressed locals say Ireland has again rolled out the red carpet for Hollywood film-makers, ignoring the threat to the heritage site’s delicate archaeology and bird life
Muchael Douglas finds more than enough scenery to chew in the Mojave Desert in this ludicrous remake of The Road Runner Show
The aliens are coming: luckily Hollywood has been preparing us for this for years
The film directed by Gary Lennon traces the story of the doctor during his time with the British air force in Europe, Singapore and Japan
Hirschbiegel’s film captures the period well but we are left asking the wrong questions
For all the frivolity of her business (fashion), Iris Apfel is smart and sassy enough for us to see past a life of privilege and walk-in wardrobes
This buddy comedy is useless but its loud, brash heart is in roughly the right place
Dziga Vertov’s 1929 documentary is rightly considered one of the best films ever made
Hellishly unhappy campers versus whatever it is that’s stalking them in this nifty, efficient horror film from Belgium
The ‘Downfall’ director is back with another incendiary look at Deutsches Reich, this time about one lone oddball who decided to strike back
Simon Pegg quips; Ving Rhames rumbles; Jeremy Renner snoozes and Tom Cruise continues to leap, bound and defy the ageing process - if only the franchise was bearing up as well
Gaze, the Dublin gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender film festival, opens Thursday. Here are five screenings we’ll definitely be attending
Robert Carlyle’s pitch-black murder comedy is a triumph for a deglamourised Emma Thompson, as the ultimate parent from hell
Mark Noonan’s debut Irish drama is problematic but impressive, backed up by the stars’ winning two-step
She’s got an acerbic wit, frequently speaks her mind, and has burned almost everyone at the Golden Globes: so how did Amy Poehler become Hollywood’s most-loved?
Aidan Gillen stars as Will, who is released from prison to care for his niece Stacey (Lauran Kinsella; Albert Nobbs), after the death of her mother
You may want to engage your "little grey cells".
Yes, you can fly with the Fantastic Four and get groovy with the Man from UNCLE. But consider other, less bossy entertainments as well.
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