Marty Faranan (Colin Farrell) is suffering from writer’s block in the early stages of writing his “Seven Psychopaths” screenplay. His increased state of frustration diffuses into his home life with Australian girlfriend Kaya…
The humble narrator forces the viewer to consider the events from a human and not merely political standpoint as he colours our vision with the associations and comparisons he holds with each of the events.
If you like your cinema to be perfectly – or even very competently – put together, this is not the film for you. However,if you are looking for an easy, lightweight story, with some great songs and a big heart, then look no further. It’s not an Australian Dreamgirls, but it is great fun. In cinemas from 02 November 2012.
Room 237 is a curious trip through the various theories which have developed in relation to Stanley Kubrick’s The Shining. Released in the IFI and selected cinemas from 26 October 2012.
After his startling debut Dogtooth, Greek filmmaker Giorgos Lanthimos continues to shape a new kind of cinema in this conflation of dreamlike ritual and profound emotional underpinning. In cinemas from 09 November 2012.
In this Irish co-produced film, Ross Noble’s fantastical vision transfers perfectly to screen, with the help of Conor McMahon and David O’Brien’s comedy-horror script and a talented young cast.
Paying to see Hit and Run may feel like a donation to the Dax Sheppard and Kristen Bell foundation for wealthy engaged couples who like to spend their working hours together and drive fast cars on set.
A great cast, a great script and a decent plot; this is a very funny movie.
The eighth Harry Potter film. That’s one more film than Voldemort has horcruxes and if you don’t know what a horcux is then you might be in the wrong place.
If you go away from this film reflecting on what it was actually about then it has done exactly what Malick intended.