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” Panicdots Rupert Grint has escaped from Hogwarts before, but this is his most grown-up, challenging role to date – he’s even got a sex scene.
Rupert Grint grows up in this irreverent youth-culture drama which is more for Skins fans than Harry Potter addicts.
He makes an impressive transformation, both physically, trading Ron’s shaggy ginger locks for rockabilly slicked-back hair, and in his character. It’s got a dream teen cast – all the main leads are superb and, although none are native to the province, each acquit themselves almost flawlessly as far as Northern Ireland accents are concerned.” “One of the 16 year-olds at the centre of this teen drama is Malachy (Rupert Grint), who, presumably during the summer while waiting on his exam results, works at the Titanic Leisure Complex (…) His family are a bit middle-class and clingy, a bit of an embarrassment for a young 16 year old boy who would rather be out drinking, smoking and shagging girls.” “Younger audiences however will I’m sure, if they are anything like the characters in the film, take this all in their stride and in a mature fashion, and feel rather more comfortable than myself with the sight of young heartthrobs like Rupert Grint, Robert Sheehan and Kimberley Nixon running around semi-clothed for fair portions of the film.” “Fabulously directed, well scored and impressively performed…” DVD Times “…Cherrybomb – a fairly entertaining teens-gone-bad tale set in Belfast.The film premièred at the 55th BFI London Film Festival on 25 October 2011, and was released officially on 2 March 2012 in the UK.Nixon starred alongside Jaime Winstone and Aneurin Barnard in Elfie Hopkins and the Gammons, a horror film about an aspiring teen detective who stumbles into her first real case when investigating the mysterious new family, the Gammons, in her neighbourhood. Filth) is a considerable improvement on Driving Lessons and the whole cast deliver convincing portrayals of idle, Twitter-connected youth even if their lack of moral parameters are a cause for some concern.” Sky Movies “The three young actors are strong enough to make this tension believable, although Grint is the only one who underplays it perfectly, creating an intriguingly sympathetic character.We can actually see what Michelle sees in Malachy, although what he sees in her is less clear.” Shadows On The Wall “The film is certainly well performed.