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

OPEN­ING NEXT WEEK

DEVIL’S KNOT Atom Egoyan di­rects Colin Firth (left) and Reese Wither­spoon in a drama­ti­sa­tion of the no­to­ri­ous West Mem­phis Three case. OCU­LUS Doc­tor Who alum­nus Karen Gillen stars in an ef­fec­tive hor­ror film about a haunted mir­ror. ROAD Thrilling, sad doc­u­men­tary con­cern­ing Joey and Robert Dun­lop, North­ern Ir­ish mo­tor­bike he­roes, and their wider fam­ily. BELLE Amma Asante di­rects an ac­claimed story of a mixed-race woman’s tri­als in Ge­or­gian Eng­land.

OPEN­ING JUNE 19th

THE FAULT IN OUR STARS Shai­lene Wood­ley is un­well in a film that seeks to jerk tears and trig­ger laugh­ter. Ansel El­gort and Willem Dafoe co-star.

OPEN­ING JUNE 2Oth

JERSEY BOYS Eighty-four-year-old Clint East­wood di­rects a film ver­sion of the pop­u­lar mu­si­cal about Frankie Valli and the Four Sea­sons. CAMILLE CLAUDEL 1915 Un­com­pro­mis­ing film-maker Bruno Demont ( Out­side Satan) di­rects Juli­ette Binoche as the great sculp­tor.

X-MEN: DAYS OF FU­TURE PAST Di­rected by Bryan Singer. Star­ring Hugh Jack­man, James McAvoy, Michael Fass­ben­der, Jennifer Lawrence, Halle Berry, Ellen Page, Ni­cholas Hoult, Anna Paquin, Peter Din­klage, Ian McKellen, Patrick Ste­wart

It’s 2023 and the tit­u­lar mu­tants are be­ing hunted to the brink of extinction by a fleet of ma­raud­ing ro­bots known as the Sen­tinels. A-lis­ter X-Men – Pro­fes­sor X, Mag­neto, Wolver­ine and Storm – take refuge in Mon­go­lia, where Shad­ow­cat does some hoodoo to send Wolver­ine back to 1973. His mis­sion is to stop Raven/ Mys­tique from killing Bo­li­var Trask, the para­noid mind be­hind the Sen­tinel pro­gramme, an act that his­tor­i­cally turned hu­mankind against mu­tan­tkind. But can Wolver­ine rally the de­pressed younger Xavier and the im­pris­oned younger Mag­neto to get be­hind the cause? Fun. 12A cert, gen re­lease, 130 min

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