At Irish cinemas September 18th

Everest is a big budget story of survival with a great cast and some stupendous images and there's also comedy and drama in the mix.


A starry cast including Jason Clarke, Josh Brolin and Sam Worthington feature in this true story about a 1996 ascent of Mount Everest, which did not turn out well. Stunning scenery and visual effects make this an IMAX trip worth making.

The D Train

Jack Black is still making movies in case you didn't know, with this one debuting in the US a good few months back. This is about him trying to make James Marsden attend their high school reunion. Reviews were pretty mixed but Black fans might want to check it out.

A Walk in the Woods

Robert Redford, who is totally still alive, plays author Bill Bryson in this glossy adaptation of the latter's 1998 book of the same name. He goes on a long way through the Appalachian Trail with his gruff friend played by Nolte. A man who was basically born to embody the character of 'gruff friend', Septegenarian hijinks ensue - Redford is 79, Nolte 74. Bryson was in his mid 40s when he attempted the walk.

A Girl at My Door

Frequent Wachowski collaborator Doona Bae stars in this emotional Korean drama about a policewoman who is reassigned to a small seaside town. There she intersects with the locals including a young girl with family problems.

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