Dylan Moran: Yeah, Yeah

Dylan Moran: Yeah, Yeah

Dylan Moran, star of Black Books, Shaun of the Dead and Run Fat Boy Run is about to spread a little happiness with a brand new live DVD for 2011. Ageing, religion, kids and relationships intertwine with the general absurdities of life. Searing observations and sumptuous imagery, painted across a large fraying canvas with cruel, curmudgeonly 'Moranesque' brush strokes are all delivered with Dylan's renowned, shambolic charm… Simply unmissable.

Dylan Moran, star of Black Books, Shaun of the Dead and Run Fat Boy Run is about to spread a little happiness with a brand new live DVD for 2011. Ageing, religion, kids and relationships intertwine with the general absurdities of life. Searing observations and sumptuous imagery, painted across a large fraying canvas with cruel, curmudgeonly 'Moranesque' brush strokes are all delivered with Dylan's renowned, shambolic charm… Simply unmissable. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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David J (au) wrote: In his low-budget directorial debut, "The Dirties," Matt Johnson crafts an intelligent found-footage film that balances slick humor and disturbing subject matter. Despite some faulty shots, I think Johnson has a soon-to-be cult classic on his hands.

Stacey O (it) wrote: Interesting thriller. Well worth a look if your a Stephen dorff fan.

Juli N (kr) wrote: I absolutely loathe this film!

Mackenie M (de) wrote: I really only liked it cause it was filmed at Kennywood.

David C (ru) wrote: A great story of virtue a must see!

Fabian M (it) wrote: One of the best I've seen in a long time!!!

Oscar G (fr) wrote: Con un muy joven Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Mysterious Skin es una de esas pelculas raras del cine independiente en EU con muchos aciertos, y atrevidas, pero que no terminan de ser tan contundentes porque la propia ideologa social se los impide.

Allan C (nl) wrote: If "The Magnificent Ambersons" were made into a sitcom, it would probably look a lot like this. William Powell is wonderful as always as the patriarch of a wealthy turn of the century New York family. There are little family subplots sprinkled throughout the story, one involving a teenage Elizabeth Taylor, but he main story focuses on the family learning that Powell is unbaptized and his continual refusal to do so. Based on a very popular play, the film actually cut out the play's final punchline because of censorship issues, when (SPOILER ALTER) father finally relents and agrees to be baptized. On his way to church a police officer asks him where he's going, to which father replies "I'm going to be baptized, dammit!"

Wayne H (au) wrote: An enjoyable vampire flick. It was probably good for its time but has not held up well over the long haul. However, would be a recommendation to the lover of the fang features.

Stephen M (gb) wrote: The Great McGinty was Preston Sturges' directorial debut; he famously sold the script - which went on to win him an Oscar - to Paramount for $10, on the condition that he could direct the movie himself. In a seedy bar in a banana republic, Dan McGinty (Brian Donlevy) recalls his meteoric rise (and spectacular fall) from bum to racketeer, to crooked mayor, to honest state governor and back to bum again. By staging his story as a post-catastrophic flashback from skid row, Sturges neatly undermines the sentimentality and predictability of McGinty's romance with Catherine (Muriel Angelus), the secretary he marries out of convenience, but the lack of a Happy Ending makes the picture oddly unsatisfying. This problem is emphasised by the economical running time; clocking in at a little over 80 minutes, McGinty's end credits begin to roll at about the time we would typically anticipate that final twist enabling the leads to live happily ever after.

Eamonn D (es) wrote: when you are on love, things like that don't matter..

Jamey P (br) wrote: Ip man is so much more than a Kung fu film. It's a masterpiece in its own right. A competent cast works together under well-visioned direction to yield a finely produced epic based on a real life legend. Liberties were taken of course but the tale in real life would be enthralling and exciting to anyone. This is one of my favorite films.

Chris M (de) wrote: One man in a car with a hands-free phone, driving in the dark down the M6 and M1. Just about the most compelling film I've seen in ages.Tom Hardy is fantastic as Ivan Locke, the dour Welsh concrete engineer trying to hold his well-ordered life together (Iike he tries to ensure his buildings are held together... geddit?!). Over a series of phonecalls we watch and listen to him spinning plates. He's abandoning the biggest job of his career but trying to help his drunken junior Donal (a brilliant Andrew Scott) to step up and save the day. He's not gone home 'to watch the match' with his wife (brilliant Olivia Colman) and sons. He's fending off his enraged boss, and for what? For Katrina, and something he feels he simply HAS to do, to right an Old Wrong, to Do The Right Thing, to be A Good Man.Hardy's face and voice reveal layers of complexity and conflict, torment and determination as Ivan's life unravels in real time on the screen.

Darlene M (kr) wrote: "Serendipity" is serendipitous the way that Alanis' song "Ironic" is full of irony. It's not. (I still love Alanis, but I can't say the same for this movie). Thank you Molly Shannon and Eugene Levy for at least making it occasionally funny!