Minion invasion: Kevin, Bob and Stuart visit Dublin to promote the new film. Photograph: Shane O’Neill/Fennell

When Despicable Me was released in 2010, nobody could have predicted that the film – in which a supervillain voiced by Steve Carell inadvertently a(...)

Horse-whipped: Clarke Gable, Montgomery Clift, Eli Wallach and Marilyn Monroe in The Misfits

Rosalyn, a beautiful divorcee (Monroe) and her wise-cracking friend (Ritter) are invited to stay with an ageing cowboy (Gable) and his friend (Wall(...)

Liam Cunningham in Let Us Prey: ‘I’m the devil, or the Grim Reaper, or whatever you want to call him. But for the harbinger of death he’s a pretty nice guy’

It’s a bright Dublin morning and a small robin has circled back for the third time to take another gander at Liam Cunningham. Could it be that the (...)


To say that Joshua Oppenheimer’s The Act of Killing was lauded upon its 2012 release would be a considerable understatement. There were, of course,(...)

Rachel (Pollyanna McIntosh) is the newest recruit to the local police force in a remote west Highlands town. It does not take Rachel long to make h(...)

Viewers are advised to pay close attention during this Golden Bear-winning noir. A contemporary detective story with shades of Hammett and Chandler(...)

Three years after the Russian father of her son dies during an academic trip to Moscow, Nelly Senff (Jordis Triebel) decides to leave East Germany (...)

File under: you couldn’t make it up. Bill Stephens was a daring young man from Fairview, who, during the 1950s, set his sights on honing the world’(...)

Cannon Films, founded in 1967, was not an overnight success, although it co-produced some historically notable works, including Blood on Satan’s Cl(...)


Susan Cooper (Melissa McCarthy) is a CIA desk jockey and the brains behind the sleek career of the Bond-alike operative Bradley Fine (Jude Law). Wh(...)