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Cowboys and Angels (2003)


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5 out of 10 I seldom give a 10....
Christine from Kerry, 02 Mar 2012
A fabolous film with depth and real meaning....seldom these kind of films around. I was banned by it from the first second til the end and even shed a few tears at the end. Very very very good film which outstars all the superficial blockbusters..... I always like irish films as they are mostly different and carry depth but this one - outstanding. Fabolous movie!!!!
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3 out of 10 Makes Limerick look like London!
Conor from Dublin, 13 May 2010
Nice to see an Irish film that addresses sexuality and relationships. It's not as provocative or interesting as I'd hoped - in fact, it feels a bit naive and twee at times. There were a few laugh-out-loud moments and the sentiment was nice, if a little mushy. And it really makes Limerick look like a mixture between Manhattan and Covent Garden!
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4.5 out of 10 Cowboys and Angesl
Trish from Limerick, 02 Nov 2009
Very funny and entertaining from start to finish, even if a bit sugar coated at times. 2 main actors are aptly suited to the roles and definately worth renting just for the look on Nigel Mercer's face when the 2 boys are arrested. Hilarious!!!
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2.5 out of 10 Mild humour
Maggie from Mayo, 13 May 2008
An interesting take on contemporary Irish life. Funny in parts, but the humour wears a bit thin after a while. The ending is just all a little too nice and convenient. Interesting and entertaining enough for a wet weekday.
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5 out of 10 Cowboys and Angels
daniel from Wicklow, 25 Jun 2007
Very witty with some true representations of the interaction between the gay and straight community in Ireland, the two boys filled their roles well and look forward to seeing them both in future roles
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What's it about....
A coming-of-age story in which a hapless young Irishman discovers his inner hipness thanks to the tutelage of his stylish gay roommate. It is writer-director David Gleeson’s debut feature.The story centres on Shane, an awkward 20-year-old who wants to be an artist but is stuck in a dead-end civil service job. His life changes dramatically upon moving into a new apartment in Limerick City, where his roommate, Vincent, a fashion student, immediately attempts a “Queer Eye”-...

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