Friday February 21, 2020

Dublin slacker movie keeps you entertained

Film: Get Up & Go. Directed by Brendan Grant. Nationwide, cert 15A. Rating: ***. Reviewed by Nadine O’Regan.

2nd May, 2015
2
Killian Scott and Peter Coonan

One of the great pleasures of homemade cinema is getting the opportunity to watch our own towns, cities and countryside landscapes up there on the big screen. No one understands this better than Brendan Grant, director of Get Up & Go, a new Irish slacker comedy that leaps with almost comic gusto from Dublin venue to venue, lovingly lingering its lens on Temple Bar, the Fumbally café, the docklands, city centre streets and the leafy...

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