Tag Archives: Aaron Taylor-Johnson

Cinema Review – Nocturnal Animals

Susan Morro (Amy Adams) seems to have everything in life; a beautiful home, a charming husband (Armie Hammer) and a fulfilling job as an art gallery owner, but she still feels unfulfilled and restless. When her ex-band Edward (Jake Gyllenhaal) sends her a copy of the novel that he has finally finished writing, Susan finds herself engrossed with the tale of Tony Hastings (Jake Gyllenhaal), and one horrifying event that changes his life forever. As Susan becomes more obsessed with the story she is reading, she realises the connections between this tale, and the past she had with Edward. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Marvel Avengers: Age of Ultron

In a bid to make the Avengers redundant, Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr) sets about making global peacekeeping androids, named project Ultron. When Ultron comes into contact with Loki’s sceptre, however, it becomes self aware and bent on destruction. Of course, it is up to the Avengers to take him down. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – X-Men: Days of Future Past


In the not too distant future, a war between mutants and humans has devastated the world, and Professor X (Patrick Stewart) traces the war back to a single event in the past. The Professor, along with Magneto (Ian McKellen), devises a way for Kitty Pryde (Ellen Page) to send Wolverine (Hugh Jackman) back in time, to end the war before it even begins. Continue reading

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One to Watch Movie Reviews – May 16th 2014

I choose One to Watch in Irish cinemas this week; a movie that contains monsters and humans. Can you guess what it is yet? Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Godzilla

Fifteen years after a suspected earthquake destroyed the nuclear plane where his parents worked, Ford (Aaron Taylor-Johnson) returns to Japan to bail his father out of jail for trespassing in the quarantine zone. While in Japan an ancient and dangerous threat arises, and it is not long before the mythical and mysterious Godzilla surfaces to protect humanity and restore natural balance. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Kick-Ass 2

It has been two years since Dave (Aaron Taylor-Johnson) first donned the costume of Kick-Ass and took to the streets to fight crime. Since the death of her father, Mindy (Chloe Grace Moretz) has taken to training as Hit Girl in secret, against the wishes of her new guardian. When a new breed of superheroes emerges on the city streets, Dave finds himself drawn to fighting the god fight again, but Mindy is having trouble breaking the promise she made to stay safe, and there is a new super villain on the rise, in the shape of The Motherfucker (Christopher Mintz-Plasse). Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Savages

Pot dealers Chon (Taylor Kitsch) and Ben (Aaron Taylor-Johnson) take on the might of a Mexican cartel, but don’t take into account that their shared girlfriend O (Blake Lively) could be the element in their lives that leads them into war. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Anna Karenina

Anna (Keira Knightley), the wife of a staid and prim government official (Jude Law) journeys from St. Petersburg to Moscow to convince her brother’s wife Dolly (Kelly McDonald) to forgive Oblonsky (Matthew McFadyen) for his cheating ways. In a cruel twist of fate, it is there that Anna meets Count Vronsky (Aaron Taylor-Johnson) and embarks on an affair that will prove dangerous for all involved. Continue reading

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