, 2h20 Directed byRidley Scott OriginUnited-kingdom GenresDrama, War, Swashbuckler, Action, Adventure, Historical ActorsRussell Crowe, Cate Blanchett, Matthew Macfadyen, Mark Strong, Oscar Isaac, Kevin Durand Roles Baron Fitzrobert Rating66% In 1199 A.D., Robin Longstride (Russell Crowe) is a common archer in the army of King Richard the Lionheart (Danny Huston). A veteran of Richard's crusade, he now takes part in the siege of Chalus Castle. Disillusioned and war-weary, he believes the King when invited to give an honest view of the war; after Robin gives a frank but unflattering appraisal of the King's conduct, Robin and his comrades – archers Allan A'Dayle (Alan Doyle) and Will Scarlett (Scott Grimes) and soldier Little John (Kevin Durand) – find themselves in the stocks.
, 1h44 Directed byDamien O'Donnell GenresDrama, Comedy-drama ThemesFilms about disabilities ActorsJames McAvoy, Steven Robertson, Romola Garai, Alan King, Brenda Fricker, Gerard McSorley Roles Fergus Connolly, Michael's father who abandoned him at birth Rating78% Michael Connolly is a 24-year-old with cerebral palsy who is a long-term resident of the Carrigmore Residential Home for the Disabled run by the formidable Eileen. His life, mundane and schedule-driven by the institution's authorities, is transformed when the maverick Rory O'Shea, who suffers from Duchenne muscular dystrophy, suddenly moves in. Michael is stunned to discover that fast talking Rory, prone to lewd and/or overt jokes at unpredictable intervals, and who can move only his right hand, can understand his almost unintelligible speech. Rory's dynamic and rebellious nature soon sparks a flame in Michael, introducing him to the wider world outside of Carrigmore.
, 1h46 Directed byPete Travis GenresDrama ThemesFilms about religion, Films about terrorism, Political films, Conflit nord-irlandais ActorsGerard McSorley, Brenda Fricker, Stuart Graham, Brendan Coyle, Fiona Glascott, Stanley Townsend Roles Michael Gallagher Rating72% Samedi 15 août 1998, ville d'Omagh en Irlande du Nord. A 15h10, lorsque la bombe de 250 kg explose dans le quartier commerçant de Market Street, elle tue 29 personnes et en blesse plus de 250 autres. Cet attentat, le plus meurtrier du conflit nord-irlandais, est revendiqué par le Real IRA, groupe dissident de l'Armée Républicaine Irlandaise.
Un mois plus tard, en dépit des engagements solennels de Londres et de Dublin, les responsables de l'attentat continuent à échapper aux policiers des deux Irlandes. Certaines sources affirment que la police connaît l'identité des coupables, mais ne les attrapera jamais, faute d'éléments à charge.
En colère, les habitants d'Omagh décident de constituer une association d'aide aux victimes.
Un homme, Michael Gallagher, dont le fils, Aiden, est mort lors de cet attentat, devient le porte-parole des familles.
, 1h28 GenresDrama, Thriller ActorsAndrew Scott, Eamonn Owens, Kelly Reilly, Gerard McSorley, Seán McGinley Roles Gordon Ellis Rating62% Tommy McGann (Scott) gets back together with his ex-girlfriend, after breaking up with her recently. But later on, the two fight, in which Tommy leaves the apartment as he pushes her out of his way. He returns later to find her dead, realising he pushed her onto the table where she fell and cracked her head. Tommy drives the body out into the woods and buries it there. Soon after, Tommy gets a new girlfriend, who secretly knows about what happened to his old girlfriend.
, 2h25 Directed byAlan Parker OriginUSA GenresDrama, Biography ThemesFilms about children ActorsEmily Watson, Robert Carlyle, Michael Legge, Devon Murray, Kerry Condon, J.J. Murphy Roles Father Gregory Rating72% Angela's Ashes tells the story of Frank McCourt and his childhood after his family are forced to move from America back to Ireland because of financial difficulties and family problems derived from his father's alcoholism. The film chronicles young McCourt's life in Limerick, Ireland, during his childhood in the 1930s and 1940s, the difficulties that ensued, and finally Frank's way of earning enough money to return to the land of his dreams: America. Michael Legge was praised for his portrayal of the adolescent Frank. In particular, he was said to excel in his role as an innocent teenager growing up with typical coming of age rites involving sexuality, maturity and peer pressure in a Catholic Irish setting.
, 1h56 Directed byBob Hoskins, Atom Egoyan OriginCanada GenresDrama, Thriller, Crime ThemesSerial killer films ActorsBob Hoskins, Elaine Cassidy, Arsinée Khanjian, Sheila Reid, Bríd Brennan, Peter McDonald Roles Felicia's Father Rating69% After taking a ferry to England and beginning a hopeless search to find the lawnmower factory in Birmingham where she believes Johnny now works, Felicia encounters an older man, Joseph Hilditch (Bob Hoskins), a catering manager at a factory, who is also the son of Gala (Arsinée Khanjian), an eccentric TV chef who enjoyed fame in past decades. Hilditch regularly watches the old programmes of his presumably-deceased mother while he cooks her recipes and collects material about her. Hilditch offers to help Felicia; however, his motives for doing so are initially unclear, and it is subsequently suggested through flashback sequences that he has in the past befriended but then turned on vulnerable young women.