Susan O’Sullivan questions the increasingly banal method of awarding Oscars to undeserving candidates in a highly politicised ceremony. Sandra Bullock’s Academy Awards acceptance speech was one of the more impressive feats of the drawn out, trite ceremony back in March last year. Her speech mesmerized us all with the wit, humility, poise, and that bearable […]
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Paul O’Connor takes a look at how Fight Club made its cinematic audience inwardly cringe…
Susan O’Sullivan reviews “how to win an Oscar” film The King’s Speech.
Christine Dilworth explores the nature of translating literary narrative into the realm of film.
Thomas Crowley tackles psychological thriller, Oscar touted success story Black Swan.
UCC Journalism Society ‘View and Review’ winner, Graham McAuliffe, gives us his take on Darren Aronofsky’s latest, Black Swan.
Orlaith Hurley isn’t taking any crap from this film, as she dismisses any artistic merit post production buzz may have promised.
Thomas Crowley gets stuck into Danny Boyle’s new work as James Franco looks to have finally struck gold.
Jennie Brosnan marks the dates on your calendar you can’t afford to miss, and the ones you probably should.
John Murphy learns from the King’s Speech that he has a sieve of sifted thistles. Somewhere.