The Banshees of Inisherin


Comedy / Drama

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Colin Farrell Photo
Colin Farrell as Pádraic Súilleabháin
Kerry Condon Photo
Kerry Condon as Siobhan Súilleabháin
Brendan Gleeson Photo
Brendan Gleeson as Colm Doherty
Barry Keoghan Photo
Barry Keoghan as Dominic Kearney
1.02 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 53 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by varun-2507199710 / 10

Colin Farrell Deserves All The Awards In The World

5 years after his brilliant dark comedy "Three Billboards, Outside Ebbing, Missouri", Martin Mcdonagh directs another brilliant tale about Friendship, Ambition and Loneliness. The Banshees of Inisherin is the best a Mcdonagh movie has ever looked, every scene has a visual landscape setting and color tone is completely balanced.

The movie revolves around 3 arcs and all the 3 have their perfect conclusions and intersect cleverly. It's one of the best writing you will ever see. Like 3 Billboards there is a perfect blend of humour and tragedy. The stories revolve around Colin Farrell coming to terms that his best friend doesn't want to do anything with him, his sister played by Kerry Cordon trying to find the ultimate purpose in her life and Dominic played by Barry Keoghan, who is living a worst life possible.

Colin Farrell has been doing some great work over the last 20 years and this is his Eureka, Eureka moment. The Banshees of Inisherin is the best movie of the year so far and deserves both commercial and critical acclaim. Very rarely movies that satisfy everyone are made, this is one of them.

Reviewed by beatrice_gangi10 / 10

My sweet Jenny

Martin McDonagh has made an extraordinary film in so many ways, starting with the brilliant theatrical script and the performances of all the main actors involved: Colin Farrell, Brendan Gleeson, Barry Keoghan, and Kerry Condon. This also applies to all the supporting roles.

The humour is brilliant, the film is extremely funny but also meaningful and difficult to interpret, at times shocking and quite unpredictable. It is hard not to empathise with the characters and their vicissitudes. At the end of the screening, more then receiving answers, I felt I had learnt and witnessed something important, even though I couldn't immediately point what. A beautiful film that triggers deep reflection.

Reviewed by Xstal8 / 10

Two Tribes...

You've played together, endured the weather, for many years; but something's changed, you've been estranged, gears now sheared; the reason seems completely mad, you've not done anything that's bad, the situation's quite bizarre and very weird. So you persevere, keep holding out your hand, but all that does, is cause the flames, to be more fanned; out of spite your friend wont linger, razes more than a mid-finger, it's like you've been black balled, suppressed, banished and banned. More belligerence results in loss and pain, while there's nothing to be won, you won't refrain, the lines have now been drawn, only one thing this will spawn, it's as preventable as it's stupid and insane.

Reflecting the friction and war taking place over the water, and the reasons for it, with four outstanding performances, although Barry Keoghan absolutely knocks it out of the park, a film to get you thinking about what it means to get along, and the repercussions when two tribes don't, even over the most trivial of torments.

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