Tag Archives: Tina Fey

ADIFF Review – Whiskey Tango Foxtrot

In 2001, journalist Kim Barker (Tina Fey) finds herself in Afghanistan, covering the war from a considerably quieter place than the war-torn Iraq. As such, friendships and allegiances grow up in the international community stationed in Kabul. As the Taliban grow stronger and interest in the country receds however, Kim finds herself fighting for her job, and the new relationship that has developed between her and Scottish photographer Iain (Martin Freeman). Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Sisters

Kate (Tina Fey) and Maura (Amy Poehler) are adult sisters who have been very different for most of their lives; Kate is free wheeling and wild, while Maura is tightly wound and controlling. When the sisters learn that their parents are selling their childhood home, the two team up to have one last blowout in the place that holds so many memories for them. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – This is Where I Leave You

When their father dies, four adult siblings are forced to shit Shiva in their childhood home for a week, in accordance with their dad’s wishes. While there, they encounter people from their past, various partners and the ones that got away. Continue reading

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One to Watch Movie Reviews – March 28th 2014

I choose One to Watch in Irish cinemas this week (hint — this week’s movie contains Dublin, crime and cameos… Can you guess what it is yet?) Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Muppets Most Wanted

In the wake of their hugely successful reunion and telethon to save the Muppet Studios, Kermit and the gang are approached by Dominic Badguy (Ricky Gervais) who wants to manage the Muppets on a worldwide tour. However, the World’s Most Dangerous Frog Constantin – who bears more than a passing resemblance to Kermit – has just been liberated from a Siberian gulag, and it is not long before the Muppets are separated and involved in an international crime circle. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Megamind

Megamind comes to earth as a baby – saved from the destruction of his planet by his parents who send him off in a spaceship with only his faithful fish Minion for company. Unfortunately another baby – Metro Man – is sent to earth at the same time and he is everything that Megamind is not; everything goes right for him, while every plan to make friends backfires on Megamind. The rivalry between the two continues into their adulthood – Metro Man becomes the foil to Megamind’s evil genius. By chance, Megamind achieves everything he ever hoped for and begins to wonder, what went wrong? Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Date Night

Phil and Claire Foster (Steve Carrell and Tina Fey) are a normal suburban couple. When they hear that their friends are getting divorced, they decided to try and inject some spice into their relationship by going on a date night. The problems begin when they steal another couple’s reservation at a very fancy, very busy restaurant, and don’t stop until they have wrecked up half of Manhattan and a very beautiful car in the process. Continue reading

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