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Prometheus Space race… Ridley Scott journeys back into the Alien universe for his return to sci-fi, this time following a team of explorers who encounter a sinister threat. If you can see this, then you might need a Flash Player … Continue reading
Professional sceptics Sigourney Weaver and Cillian Murphy go about their business of exposing fake paranormal phenomena in twisty psychological/supernatural thriller Red Lights, debunking hoax séances, bogus faith healers, fraudulent mediums and the like with brisk aplomb. Then legendary blind psychic … Continue reading
Neil Jordan‘s 2005 movie Breakfast on Pluto tells the bittersweet tale of Patrick (Cillian Murphy), an adopted Irish teenager who identifies as a woman. He adopts the name Kitten and swans about in women’s clothes. However, this doesn’t go down … Continue reading
Christopher Nolan pulled off the year’s most daring cinematic coup with his mind-boggling thriller Inception. In a summer when the big studios mostly played safe with remakes, rip-offs and sequels, Nolan somehow managed to make a dazzlingly smart, deeply personal … Continue reading
Remember how Martin McDonagh gleefully combined pitch-black humour, shockingly profane dialogue and savage violence with his hit-men-in-hiding movie In Bruges? Well, Irish writer
Dylan Thomas may have been a great poet (the jury’s still out, actually), but he was certainly a complete pill in his private life. That’s the verdict, at least, of the arty biopic starring Keira Knightley and Sienna Miller that … Continue reading