Brendan Gleeson

Film

7 Movie Plot Holes No One Ever Talks About

Why does no one discuss the glaring problem with Harry Potter?
By Andrew Benge
Film

10 Obscure Actors Who Deserve More Respect

You know their faces but not their names. The unsung heroes of so many movies...
By Kyle McCormick
Film

The Smurfs 2 Review

Now that we’ve made it one step closer to completing The Smurfs trilogy, the apocalypse can officially commence.…
By Nathan Bartlebaugh
Film

The Company You Keep Review: Slowly Wandering To Nowhere

A staggeringly dull effort with such a flawed concept, idiotic writing and poor construction that if anyone other than Redford had tried to make it, they would’ve been laughed out of the studio.…
By David Braga
Film

The Raven Review: Poor Direction Hampers Cusack's Solid Performance

The inherently likeable Cusack fares surprisingly well in one of his darkest roles, but The Raven's clever premise is totally undermined by James McTeigue's tactless, bumbling direction.…
By Shaun Munro
Film

Safe House Review: Competently-Acted But Thoroughly Procedural Thriller

Safe House is a competently-acted but utterly forgettable procedural that's full of exasperatingly idiotic character decisions due to lazy scripting.…
By Shaun Munro
Film

The Guard Blu-ray Review

By Simon Gallagher
Film

THE GUARD Review - Destined For IN BRUGES-esque Cult Success!

The Guard, whilst hilarious, is not quite as poetic and lyrically written as In Bruges. But it is arguably the better film in terms of the stylised and un-cluttered look and the brilliant use of Latin American music.…
By Robert Beames
Film

Edinburgh Film Festival 2011: Day 1 - The Guard, Phase 7, Tomboy

By Adam Whyte
Film

Edinburgh Film Festival 2011 Preview

By Adam Whyte