Tag Archives: Jack Reynor

Cinema Review – Free Fire

In 1970s Boston, a group of arms dealers – led by Vernon (Sharlto Copley) – and a group of Irish potential buyers for said arms – led by Frank (Michael Smiley – meet in an abandoned factory to negotiate a deal. This tense powder keg of a meet is set alight when Harry (Jack Reynor) realises that Stevo (Sam Riley), the man he beat up the night before for assaulting his cousin, is working for Frank. The resulting shootout becomes a game of loyalty and survival. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – The Secret Scripture

In the middle of World War II, Irish woman Rose (Rooney Mara) secretly marries an Irish fighter pilot working for the RAF. When he is chased away from their home by Irish Republicans, Rose learns she is pregnant, and spends the next 40 years in an institution; it is only when the facility is being closed and Rose has to be reassessed, that the true story of her tragic life comes to light. Continue reading

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Cannes Review – Macbeth

As Scotland tears itself apart with civil war, Macbeth (Michael Fassbender) hears a prophecy from a trio of witches, saying he will one day be king of the country he is fighting for. Pushed into action by his manipulative wife (Marion Cotillard), Macbeth takes matters into his own hands, and decides to make the prophecy come true.
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Cinema Review – A Royal Night Out

On VE Day in 1945, princesses Elizabeth (Sarah Gadon) and Margaret (Bel Powley) venture out of Buckingham Palace to join the throngs celebrating in the streets. Seizing their chance to enjoy life on the streets of London goes rather wrong – as these things are wont to do – and ‘Lizzie’ and ‘Mag’ find themselves gadding about the city, and in a lot of trouble with their dad. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Glassland

John (Jack Reynor) finds himself at the end of his tether when his mother Jean (Toni Collette) is hospitalised for alcohol poisoning. Determined to get her the help she needs, John turns to a shadowy underworld that he has skirted the edges of in the past. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Transformers: Age of Extinction

After the battle of Chicago, the Autobots and Decepticons alike have gone into hiding. When Cade (Mark Wahlberg) finds an old truck that he plans to fix up and sell, it is not long before he realises he has got more than he bargained for, and the government is on his trail. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Delivery Man

David (Vince Vaughn) is a man who is rather likeable, but rather unreliable. When he discovers that he has fathered 533 children, due to some generous – but anonymous – sperm bank donations in his youth, David must decide whether to come forward to the 142 of his offspring who have filed a lawsuit that could force him to reveal his identity. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – What Richard Did

In the summer between school and university, Richard Karlsen (Jack Reynor), a teen rugby player who has a bright future in front of him, throws everything away in a reckless moment that has far reaching and devastating consequences. Continue reading

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