COMINGSOON

The Irish Times - Friday - The Ticket - - FILM - DON­ALD CLARKE

OPEN­ING NEXT WEEK

22 JUMP STREET

You know what this is. Jonah Hill and Chan­ning Ta­tum (left in Dublin for the pre­miere) are back in a se­quel to the sur­pris­ingly amus­ing TV adap­ta­tion.

GRACE OF MONACO

Re­cently panned at the Cannes Film Fes­ti­val, Olivier Duhan’s film stars Ni­cole Kid­man as an un­con­vinc­ing Princess Grace. Tim Roth is a not-so-charm­ing prince.

CHEAP THRILLS

Clever, vi­o­lent in­die thriller con­cern­ing a pair of rich lu­natics who play cruel games with pass­ing idiots.

FRUIT­VALE STA­TION

Ryan Coogler’s 2013 Sun­dance win­ner – an in­ves­ti­ga­tion of a racially sen­si­tive killing in San Fran­cisco – fi­nally makes it to Ir­ish cin­e­mas.

OPEN­ING JUNE 11th

ROAD

Thrilling, sad doc­u­men­tary con­cern­ing Joey and Robert Dun­lop, North­ern Ir­ish mo­tor­bike he­roes, and their wider fam­ily.

OPEN­ING JUNE 13th

DEVIL’S KNOT

Atom Egoyan di­rects Reese Wither­spoon and Colin Firth in a drama­ti­sa­tion of the West Mem­phis Three case.

BELLE

Amma Asante di­rects an ac­claimed story of a mixed-race woman’s tri­als in Ge­or­gian Eng­land.

OCU­LUS

Karen Gillen stars in an ef­fec­tive hor­ror film about a haunted mir­ror.

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