The Long way to a small angry planet

Wayfarers ; #1 Rosemary Harper is running away from her past. She wants a new life. A new start. So she heads into space, joining the crew of the Wayfarer, a tunnelling ship, and its crew of mixed species and personalities. It is certainly different from what she is used to, and that is what […]

John Carter dir. Andrew Stanton

John Carter [based on the book by]

In the 1880s a young Edgar Rice Burroughs is summoned to his uncle’s home. But when he reaches it he discovers that John Carter is already dead and the body is locked away in his crypt. Ned is to inherit everything, including a journal. In this journal is the story of how John Carter found […]

The Dark Knight Rises

The Dark Knight Rises [based on characters created]

Before this review begins, I’d like to just wish everyone affected by the attack in Colorado the very best. I really have no words to express how horrible that was, especially when you read stories like that of Jessica Ghawi’s, who survived a shooting in Canada only for this to happen. . Back to the […]

The cabin in the woods

The cabin in the woods

This is a film that it is best you go see knowing nothing about it. Simply trust in Joss and all will be well, I’m sure you’ll agree. If, however you do not have faith you may want a little bit of information, but don’t say I didn’t warn you. The story centres on 5 […]

Kiss Kiss Bang Bang [based on book]

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  • Robert Downey Jr. …. Harry Lockhart
  • Val Kilmer …. Gay Perry
  • Michelle Monaghan …. Harmony Faith Lane

I’ve been vaguely wanting to see this film for a while now, but until last night I kept putting if off. Glad I’m finally went, because this is one of 2005’s best films.

It all starts off with Harry, our narrator, who at first you might think is a tad too po-mo and self-knowing, but he is so well written, and his lines delivered so well by Robert Downey Jr that you are never in danger of distancing yourself from the action, and the humour.

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Intermission

A great film. Found it really funny, and despite the fact that it is a very Irish film there is not a bit of Oirishness to it.

The plot revolves around two lads who work in the local warehouse type shop. One has no love life at all, the other has recently broken up with his girlfriend, and she is now dating a bank manager. Read more about Intermission