Irish Film Institute -Review Roundup – Meetings with Ivor, Prevenge & Taxi Driver

Review Roundup – Meetings with Ivor, Prevenge & Taxi Driver

It’s a busy time at the IFI with a host of new releases including a classic title back on the big screen, a locally made documentary and a dash of comedy-horror for your weekend.

If you’re trying to decide what to see next, we’ve rounded up the reviews for Meetings with Ivor, Prevenge and the return of Taxi Driver below. As if you needed to know just how great Martin Scorsese’s masterpiece is.

PREVENGE (book tickets) 

“Very nasty, very funny, very pregnant”
4/5  – Irish Times

‘Prevenge’ is a dark, bloody and often hilarious film
4/5 –

Think American Psycho meets Peep Show and you’re on the right track.
4/5 –

Magnificently murderous mum-to-be
5/5 – Guardian

MEETINGS WITH IVOR (book tickets) 

Worth seeking out.
4/5 – Irish Times

An utterly fascinating portrait of a man who can be considered a genuine maverick and revolutionary.
4/5 –

TAXI DRIVER (book tickets)  

Forty years on, the genocidal avenger of Taxi Driver still packs a psychodramatic punch
5/5 – Irish Times

Scorsese’s sleaze is still the bee’s knees
5/5 – The Guardian

Forty years on, ‘Taxi Driver’ remains almost impossibly perfect
5/5 – TimeOut



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