G’wan the Lads.
As the characters start off this tribal ominous humming that becomes an absolute show-stealer for the scene it’s in.
Admittedly, I went into this movie with my dickhead glasses on
Much like Daniel Craig in Layer Cake, the role that landed him the famous three digits in my mind I assumed this was him flexing his one man army capabilities on camera to show the world why he deserves a tuxedo and an exploding watch.
I must preface this with an omission of lazy rule braking here. These are the…
It’s a well thrown punch.
There is obviously great scope to tell the tale of the man behind the brilliance of ‘playing god’.
one scene that did strike some fear in my Irish heart is the scene where his potatoes are ruined in a horrific airlock accident, seeing space blight take hold will strike fear in any Irish Man’s heart, even on Mars the famine will get you.
When I was still an usher in the cinema I would make time to be in a screen when this film would end- because a haunting silence fell over the entire auditorium without fail and you could hear a pin drop.