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21st Nov 2013

JOE’s Film Podcast – Episode III: Three Men And A Baby-Hands Murphy

A long time ago (this week) in a galaxy far, far away (the offices of

Eoghan Doherty

A long time ago (this week) in a galaxy far, far away (the offices of…

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Welcome one and all to the third film podcast where token Northern lackey Eoghan Doherty, resident office fancy dan Adrian Collins, over-zealous Wengerite Peter Cooney and  Sue ‘Baby Hands’ Murphy (of fame) discuss this week’s latest cinematic releases including Don Jon, The Counsellor and The Butler.

In case you hadn’t realised, that’s them in the horrifically hellish, nightmare of an image above… Sleep well tonight.

The three angry men, and one even angrier lady, also discuss the merits of  the 1980s classic Working Girl, the upcoming French film festival taking place at the IFI (that’s French for IFI), more Working Girl, we envisage a Somalian Joe Pesci, chat about some more Working Girl and assign each other some movie-watching homework in our new section called, that’s right, you guessed it, ‘Home-Working Girl.’

All fantastic points of discussion we’re sure you agree.

JOE wants you to get in on the act too by emailing us at [email protected] (with ‘Film Podcast’ in the title), tweeting us @JOEdotie, or get in touch via Facebook where you can send us your thoughts on new releases, the Irish Box Office and anything film-related in general.

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Remember, by sending us in your own feedback you’ll be in with a chance of winning nothing.

Absolutely nothing.

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