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Deep within the bowels of City Hall lies a control centre which looks as if it came straight out of a Bond movie. With massive screens, whirring computers, eagle-eyed operators and no seeming way of escape, all that is missing is a one-eyed balding villain, stroking a pristine white cat and drawing up a dastardly plan to take over the world.
Galway-born actor Peter O’Toole joined the ranks of Hollywood’s most celebrated stars at the weekend when he added his hand and footprints to the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
IN THE 1960s TV series Batman was ‘The Caped Crusader’, but in the much darker films of more recent years, he is ‘The Dark Knight’.
THE DARK Knight, the second Batman film directed by Christopher Nolan, possibly comes closest to representing the darker side of the urban vigilante’s character of all the Batman movies.
After waiting in the queue for twenty minutes at the weekend to see Christopher Nolan's latest Batman movie The Dark Knight, and then to be told it was all sold-out it was clear from the outset that many people were just as curious to see if the movie was really as good as it was hyped up to be.