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Calvary: A Review

“Bloody Hell. Jesus Christ. Forgive me Father, for I have sinned.” No sinner’s confessional is strong enough to describe the power of John Michael McDonagh’s Calvary. 980 mots de plus

Film Review

Interview with a Film Journalist

In further investigations into people who work in the film industry, this article is an interview with the film and music journalist Paul Nolan.  Paul has been a writer for Hot Press magazine since 2001, during which time he has interviewed many leading figures in film, music, comedy and politics. 1 643 mots de plus

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The Sapphires Might Just be the Most Joyous Vietnam Movie Ever

I really couldn’t have been more in the mood for The Sapphires. It’s a combination of two of my very favorite genres. Heartwarming, socially conscious comedies, and movies where unlikely people find happiness through the power of soul music. 449 mots de plus

Comedy

Scene 3 - St. Vincent

This week was the turn of last years release… St.Vincent. The movie stars Bill Murray as Vincent or Vin as he prefers, who is a grumpy old man who reluctantly babysits his new neighbour’s kid…who he likes to refer to as ’11 bucks an hour’….genius! 787 mots de plus

Film

The Sapphires - Movie Review

I hadn’t heard much about this movie before watching it. But I was excited about it because it has one of my favorite actors, Chris O’Dowdy, in it. 118 mots de plus

Movie Reviews

Bill Murray: Mentor - St. Vincent (2014)

Heartwarming in an inappropriate kind of way.  This is about a single mom (Melissa McCarthy) and her son (Jaeden Lieberher), moving into the neighborhood and getting off on the wrong foot with their curmudgeon of a neighbor (Bill Murray).   474 mots de plus

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