It’s easy to write Leap Year off as another inbred descendent of The Quiet Man. First appearances are of a film full of twinkly-eyed drunken charmers with secret pasts and promiscuous fists having twinkly eyed drunken fights over promiscuous pasts in secret fields. However, this mere shillelagh shop window dressing hides a more sophisticated cloth cap of time travel and love and – begorrah, no it doesn’t.
When it comes to Star Wars, I fall so hard into the “prequels never happened, Special Editions never happened” camp I actually scuff my knees and elbows and burn my chin on the campfire. They’re appalling, I think we can all agree. But there’s been something bugging me about those Trade Federation ships ever since … Read more
In 2010 I saw a movie called Leap Year. It’s very rare I see such crap and it has a bad effect on me. Enjoy the massive catharsis that is my review of Leap Year formerly over on Culch.ie but now hosted here on my own site. Want to order a caricature? Click here. Want … Read more
That was great craic. Pressing play at the same time was like deciding who’s watch to use for the midnight countdown on New Year’s Eve, but it didn’t matter, we all got there in the end and there was even a late showing for those that couldn’t make the 8 o’clock. Great idea Damien. I’m … Read more
People all over the country will be simutaneously watching and tweeting about The Princess Bride tonight at 8pm sharp. Join us on Twitter or Scribble. Masterminded by the glittery pirate genius of Damien Mulley. UPDATE: join us here!
You would think that with 3 hours of screentime Watchmen would render some sense of sweeping narrative. Unfortunately while you do feel every minute go by, Watchmen is about as sweeping as a vacuum cleaner. Related Posts: It’s Green and it stinks Leap Year: Matthew Not Goode This Alien will Grab you There was no … Read more