Dylan Moran

SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL: Brendan Gleeson carries the weight of an embattled Catholic Church in Calvary, John Michael McDonagh’s caustic follow up to The Guard. In cassock and clerical collar, Father James Lavelle (Gleeson) wanders his seaside...
A fine record of early Belfast punks.
Good Vibrations opens with a blast of black comedy which features the ghost of Hank Williams in a cameo and climaxes an hour-and-a-half later with a wail of a punk sing-a-long, a plea for better times and a celebration of community. Between these...
A bleak black comedy premise that doesn't pay off.
The UK film industry’s willingness to explore working-class losers thrust into situations of their own moronic making has made for some terrific films. In recent years, Bruce Robinson’s cult classic Withnail & I, the Danny Boyle double of...
As a movie with a title that reminded me of my experiences at Little Athletics, I can't say I was sprinting to see Run, Fat Boy, Run. Happily, this British comedy proves less a gruelling slog than a fun run. Five years ago, Dennis did a runner on...