Taoiseach Leo Varadkar's spoken a number of times about his love of Richard Curtis films, famously Love Actually, and a few others.

However, today in the middle of Taoiseach's Questions,  Leo Varadkar brought up the topic of Martin McDonagh's Oscar-nominated drama, Three Billboards Outside Ebbing Missouri, and what he thought of it. "Not sure what to make of it, Ceann Comhairle," began Taoiseach Varadkar, to which Ceann Comhraile Seán Ó Fearghaíl disagreed, stating that the film was "very good, I have to say."

"It was good, but hard to warm to the heroine in it, I have to say," replied Varadkar. Well, you know, it's Frances McDormand - she's an acting legend, plus you're not really supposed to warm to her. She's meant to be taken as this furious, raging avatar of morality - so, y'know, not meant to be warmed to. 

But, hey, when was the last time you saw major political figures in Ireland reviewing movies in the middle of government business?