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The Banshees of Inisherin

User rating: 3.38 31 Reviews | Write a Review

In Theaters: October 21, 2022

On DVD/Blu-ray: December 20, 2022

R | Drama | 1h 49m

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User rating: 3.38

Based on 84 votes and 31 reviews.

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User rating: December 20, 2022

don't miss this

User rating: December 8, 2022

I loved the hilarious way this projected peoples insecurities, intelligence and intentions. I must admit I felt a little sick after all the emotion. Definitely a movie that lets your mind go in as deep as you want to go. That’s why I go to the movies to be moved

User rating: November 27, 2022

Breathtaking scenery. Yes, a bit gloomy, but that made the humour all the more surprising, welcoming and effective. My date and I laughed out loud quite a lot. We both loved it. The actors were excellent - all of them. Definitely a film worth seeing.

User rating: November 27, 2022

Men are stupid, for anyone who missed the memo.

User rating: November 25, 2022

Like a fable about the dark side of human beings but told with humor and great acting. I loved this movie.

User rating: November 18, 2022

One always like happy endings but this is a great portrayal of the unique character of some Irish people

User rating: November 17, 2022

Starts out as a charming period piece, then turns into a bloody, disturbing horror of a film. Not reccomended.

User rating: November 17, 2022

The Emperor has no clothes, common sense, logic or sympathy for any characters except for the animals. Pretentious, deliberately depressive, a purposeless "arthouse", gore fest that left this viewer wanting a story that at least made sense. The Irish scenery deserved better too comparing a similar setting to Ryan's Daughter which gave us a riveting, emotional stirring drama from start to finish. Banshees is at best silly, worthless and at it's worst an example of the paucity of great small independent films in 2022. Even the Irish Coast, great leading men couldn't save it from itself.

User rating: November 14, 2022

Colin Farrell was outstanding as the Irish Simpleton. The movie is a parable for the Irish civil war but also explores the lack of depth in male friendships. It’s original and worth seeing.

User rating: November 9, 2022

A shocking portrayal of the reality of isolation and self absorption. Beautiful scenery, Great acting. Profoundly disturbing.