Tag Archives: Dan Stevens

Cinema Review – Beauty and the Beast

After he takes a rose from The Beast’s (Dan Stevens) garden for his daughter Belle (Emma Watson), Maurice (Kevin Kline) finds himself imprisoned in Thee Beast’s castle. Belle comes to her father’s rescue and takes his place, and it is not long before Belle realises the castle and all those who dwell within it are under a curse, and time is running out for them. The more Belle gets to know The Beast, the more she sees the kind heart underneath the gruff exterior. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb

The magic tablet that brings the inhabitants of New York’s Natural History Museum is becoming corroded and weak, so Larry (Ben Stiller) must take Ahkmenrah (Rami Malek) to London to find out the history of the ancient magic from his parents. Of course, Teddy Roosevelt (Robin Williams), Jed (Owen Wilson), Octavius (Steve Coogan) and the gang tag along for the ride, and they make friends with Sir Lancelot (Dan Stevens) along the way. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – A Walk Among the Tombstones

Retired police officer Matt (Liam Neeson) has found a second career as a private investigator, and is drafted in by a drug trafficker, when his wife is kidnapped and killed. As Matt investigates the men behind the attack, he uncovers a series of murders, and finds an unlikely ally. Continue reading

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One to Watch Movie Reviews – September 5th 2014

I choose One to Watch in Irish cinemas this week. This week’s movie stars a former Downton Abbey actor and has a cameo from a Empire Records star. Can you guess what it is yet? Continue reading

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Cinema Review – The Guest

When a soldier turns up at the Petersen’s house, claiming to have served with their son – who died in Iraq – the family welcome him with varying degrees of warmth. It is not long, however, before David (Dan Stevens) has won the family over, but when a series of deaths occur – seemingly connected to the mysterious soldier – Anna Petersen (Maika Monroe) begins to get suspicious about David, charming though he is. Continue reading

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JDIFF 2013 Review – Summer in February

On the eve of World War 1, a group of artists and painters gathered in Cornwall with the intent of furthering their art. When the sister of one of their number, Florence (Emily Browning) arrives, it is not long before Gilbert (Dan Stevens) falls in love with her, but before he gets a chance to declare his love, she hastily agrees to marry AJ (Dominic Cooper). It is not long before Florence begins to feel trapped by the handsome but volatile artist and starts to question what the future holds. Continue reading

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