So this is a fictionalised story of a true event? How does that work!?
A good story that's not quite exciting enough in its own right - so they added loads of extra untrue bits to make it better!
^ Haha. So from now on, when some-one says "That would make a great movie" they can also say "That would make a terrible movie, but if we add robots, it will be a hit !"
Jack reynor is a fantastic actor, he thought me a few months back and he was a great teacher.
Can't wait to see this, Lenny Abrahamson can do no wrong in my book.
A little over-hyped by Irish critics, but What Richard Did is a fine film.
Plan to go and see tonight ....would u recommend......
I want to take my boys to see this - they're aged 16, 14 and 10. Is it suitable (especially not sure about the 10 year old)?
What Richard Did is a 15A, so you can take them if you want. I saw just a few older teenagers at the screening I was at - probably too slow-moving for younger teenagers. There's nothing too risky in the film - some swearing and violence. Older teenagers might appreciate it.
I definitely wouldn't bring a ten year old.
Brilliant!! Portrays modern Dublin perfectly, GO SEE IT!
There is no such thing a "privileged area" - just "privileged families". Stop pandering to the Ross O'Carroll Kelly style stereotypes. There are poor, working class, council housing estates in the so called posh Blackrock too.
Shockingly bad. First 37 minutes was boring intros to the tedious teenage characters and their ridiculous lives, then we have the killing (some interest there), couple of interesting scenes after that, then more vacuous s**te until the credits roll. Really poor.
LM94, young Reynor is such a good teacher, you say he "thought" you, well done, you're an A student. Movie (just saw it on RTE last night) was well acted but the beginning really dragged and the fact that it's a loosely based on a fictional book about the disgraceful killing of Brian Murphy made it all a bit directionless for me. But some very good performances in fairness.
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