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Ghostbusters: Afterlife is a movie released in November 2021. Ghostbusters: Afterlife is a Ghostbusters movie SEO Ghostbusters Proton Pack Slimer Egon Ectocooler 2021. Jason Reitman’s Ghostbusters: Afterlife is a love letter to the franchise. There were never any Ghostbusters movies other than the ones you liked. 10 things you may have missed in Ghostbusters: Afterlife. Ghostbusters Afterlife Ending Explained: They bust ghosts, don’t they?

 

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The eighth issue of Film In Dublin’s zine Pretty Deadly Films is out now. Our 2001 issue celebrates the best of the movies of 2001, from Spirited Away to Shrek.

The Pretty Deadly Films zine celebrates the best of blockbusters, cult hits and fave films, where the pretty and the deadly do things that are pretty deadly. On film.

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A young woman on the autism spectrum struggles with the world around her, until the kindness of one person changes her life in this short film debuting at the Stella next week. Starring rising star Jordanne JonesMildly Different premieres at the Stella Cinema in Rathmines next Wednesday, 17th November.

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Tis the season to be jolly and joyous (restrictions permitting) and Christmas is barreling ever more hazardously down the line towards us all, threatening to flatten schedules and bank balances alike, like an out of control snowball. It’s a good time to really on comforts and joys and as is traditional, the Light House (and sister cinema Pálás in Galway) will be providing a season of Christmas classics. The Naughty or Nice programme is here again in December 2021, with the usual hits and some new films for their rotation set to show from December 4th.

 

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Director: Wes Anderson Starring: Bill Murray, Owen Wilson, Tilda Swinton, Benicio Del Toro, Léa Seydoux, Adrien Brody, Frances McDormand, Timothée Chalamet, Lyna Khoudri, Jeffrey Wright, Stephen Park… Running Time: 103 minutes


Wes Anderson, 52 years old, American filmmaker, accused auteur, verified eclectic, has a long-standing and well-founded reputation for cinematic confection, and audience Marmite.

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Following on from Culture Night’s event Dublin Will Be Written in My Heart, which showed off the city through the eyes of its filmmakers, another Fillum event will be finding its way to the Circular Bar this Halloween season, a night with a twist. Dublin After Dark will show a different side of the city, not strictly horror, but a darker shade of shorts, all screening on Friday 29th October.

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Director: Denis Villeneuve Starring: Timothee Chalamet, Rebecca Ferguson, Oscar Isaac, Zendaya, Jason Momoa, Josh Brolin, Stellan Skarsgaard, Dave Bautista, Javier Bardem, Sharon Duncan-Brewster Running Time: 156 minutes

 


 

Frank Herbert’s Dune is today considered one of the sci-fi forefathers, a richly told epic with much on its mind and an influence on everyone, from George Lucas to Hayao Miyazaki. Adapting the story itself on screen has proven…challenging, for many reasons, the material dense on its own merits and a challenge to capture the eye of audiences without everything that drew from it already obscuring the view.

 

 

Where Jodorowsky failed and David Lynch befuddled, now Denis Villeneuve steps in with a new effort to make Dune a success. His weapon of choice is the modern blockbuster model, a brutalist exercise in asserting box-office through sheer force of will. Every tool in the arsenal – the all-star cast, the source material devotion, the enormous runtime, the spoiler seclusion and sequel hooks – they’re all out there to get Dune over and get the Part Two in future that this film’s opening title implies, fans, stans and studios. The drive is considerable, and tautological: Dune here is a big name franchise because it looks like, moves like and is certainly budgeted like a big name franchise.

 

 

Has it got ambition? Unquestionably. Scale? Massively. Heart? Well. Um.

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The French Film Festival is one of the top events on offer every year at the Irish Film Institute. A seasonal soiree embraced by local Francophiles and expatriated film fans alike, the festival offers a great mix of new hits from France and classic cinema, offering a venue for cultural exchange that brings us closer together as the year begins to draw to a close. The IFI French Film Festival 2021 will be taking place from November 17th until the 28th. A blended approach will be available next month, with films on offer in-cinema at the IFI in Temple Bar, and online on IFI@Home.

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