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This often-grim series set in North Ireland is based on incidents in the life of director/co-writer Shane Meadows (This is England TV series). This true-story nature explains its unrelenting no-holds barred realism that many viewers will appreciate. But, warning here, the film is not for everyone. The Virtues is a sarcastic title because many of the people in the film own no virtue. However, like grace unasked for, sometimes the worst of human nature is countered with the best--thus evil engenders the few, but definite, virtues in the film. Like real life though, not every hu
Released in the U.S. in time for St. Patrick’s Day, Extra Ordinary is a totally bonkers gem, a low-budget Ghostbusters, Emerald Isle style. If you’re slightly deranged, you’ll love it. If you cling to logic, well, you might not give it the 5 stars that most of the critics did. Rose Dooley (County Cork-born, New York-based standup comic Maeve Higgins) is a small-town driving teacher, trying to find happiness despite her tragic past. Self-deprecating, pleasant but frumpy and oh dear, still unmarried, she’s what you might call extra ordinary. That’s because she refuses to use her real talent