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    Well bhoys and Ghirls, yis alright, yeah ?

    So whats your favourite Irish films?

    I might as well kick start this yoke then : The Van, Some Mothers Son, shrooms, Intermission, In Bruges, Th Wind That Shakes The Barley, H3, Song For A Raggy Boy, Adam and Paul.
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    In Bruges was a class film, as was The Wind that Shakes the Barley. Shrooms was rubbish, lol. I was tired when I watched it right enough.

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    1=Some mothers son
    2=song for a raggy boy
    3=the boxer

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    In Bruges? Is that Irish? If so it was fucking class. The Wind That Shakes The Barley was good aswell but Hunger was pish imo.

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    1-intemission
    2-the van
    3-some mothers son
    4-Wind that shakes the Barley
    5-Snapper

    I'm not sure if you'd count in the name of the father but id have that at number1

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    in the name of the father!

    and the commitments.
    god will have the final say,when your day of judgment comes!

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    A prayer for the dying ,the magdalene sisters and Evelyn are also good in my opinion!!!!

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    H3 is a good film.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryan 67 View Post
    H3 is a good film.
    Whats that never heard of it? is it about the h-blocks

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    1. the commitments
    2. i went down
    3.adam and paul

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    Same as Alsy, In the name of the father and The Commitments, great movies.

    I can see Emelda Quirks arse!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cash67 View Post
    Same as Alsy, In the name of the father and The Commitments, great movies.

    I can see Emelda Quirks arse!
    hahahahaha a good line that lol

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    man about dog

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    The Wind that Shakes The Barley, In Bruges and H3.

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    Was some of the new Hellboy not filmed in Ireland ?
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    Veronica Guerin was not to bad!also quite enjoyed the general!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sheabhoy08 View Post
    Veronica Guerin was not to bad!also quite enjoyed the general!
    two decent flicks shea,

    but both took the piss out of the truth in a big way.the writers of veronica guerin would have people believe she was a well known figure in ireland before her death which just wasn't true and why they didn't just give a straight telling of martin cahill's life i just don't know.more interesting than the depiction we got

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    Quote Originally Posted by caoimhin View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Sheabhoy08 View Post
    Veronica Guerin was not to bad!also quite enjoyed the general!
    two decent flicks shea,

    but both took the piss out of the truth in a big way.the writers of veronica guerin would have people believe she was a well known figure in ireland before her death which just wasn't true and why they didn't just give a straight telling of martin cahill's life i just don't know.more interesting than the depiction we got
    I agree totally with you mate,but i enjoyed them all the same!

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    Hunger,some mothers son,in the name of the father,wind that shakes the barley,man about dog,the van,snapper,commitments.

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    Wind that shakes the barley
    H-3
    Hunger
    Some Mothers Son

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