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Watch The Snapper on TV Tonight, We Insist!

The Snapper is a favourite amongst a whole lot of Irish people. It’s the ultimate feel good movie and deservedly has received an impressive 97% rating on IMDB. It probably lost the 3% on people who couldn’t understand the Irish accent. This charming film is both touching and hilarious. It features …

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Halal Daddy: Cultural Irish Feel Good Comedy

New Irish feel good comedy ‘Halal Daddy’ will hit Irish cinemas on June 30th. “Do you think I should learn Arabic? I already bought the tapes and everything!” Sligo native Conor McDermottroe has written this highly anticipated movie with Viva screenwriter Mark O’Halloran. It uis also shot in Sligo and …

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Spotlight – Ireland’s No.1 Comedy Writer Roddy Doyle

The Commitments kicked off the extraordinary career of Ireland’s no.1 comedy writer RODDY DOYLE. His independently published novel about a ‘black’ soul group in Dublin – set in a fictional northside Dublin suburb Barrytown – was a huge success and the subsequent film was directed by Oscar winner Alan Parker. …

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VIDEO – Colm Meaney’s worst movie?

The film is THE YANK & it also starred Hardy Buck lead Martin Maloney. Irish acting legend Colm Meaney says plenty of scathing things about the film that escaped in 2012, but wisely side-steps from actually naming it. Thankfully, due to the power of the internet (and US site Click) we …

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