Domhnall Gleeson

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Feb 9 2018

Peter Rabbit

Ever wondered what it would be like if you took a beloved character from children’s literature and gave it a modern-day facelift? Imagine no further, as Peter Rabbit has just done it for you, with all the cuteness of Beatrix Potter’s fabled 1902 creation combined with the YouTube generation’s nasty bite and mean spirit. Throw […]
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Sep 28 2017

American Made

American Made has got to be one of the most perverse films I’ve seen this year, and I mean it as a positive. That’s “perverse,” not “perverted,” by the way. “Perverse” in the way that what we’re watching is meant to be a man’s illicit life, yet we’re laughing savagely at it. Those of you […]
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Sep 14 2017

mother!

(Foreword: I went in without watching any trailers or reading any press. My recommendation: let the film have its way with you first – because that’s what it will do – then read my reaction below. What I have written will undoubtedly color your experience, and I’m running this without so much as a picture […]
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Jan 7 2016

The Revenant

Another tour de force from Alejandro González Iñárritu, “The Revenant” couldn’t be further from last year’s quizzical “Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance”), even if Michael Keaton himself were to sashay onto the screen in his underpants. Returning DP Emmanuel Lubezki once again displays his mastery of the protracted sequence, but this time around […]
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Dec 22 2015

Star Wars – Episode VII: The Force Awakens (Eddie’s review)

As it says in my bio, my first solid childhood memory is being in a movie theater, squealing with delight while the X-Wings skimmed the trench in 1977’s Star Wars (not bearing its A New Hope secondary title).  This was probably the first movie I loved through and through, soon amassing a collection of figurines […]
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Dec 16 2015

Star Wars – Episode VII: The Force Awakens

Note: This review is being written under the assumption that the reader has seen the original “Star Wars” trilogy and won’t scratch their heads at the words “Wookiee”, “X-Wing” or “Death Star”.  There are no Ewoks in the new “Star Wars” film, no Jar Jar Binks, no intergalactic politics. No….. Hayden Christensen. What the “The […]
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