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QUIZ: Which underrated movie should you watch tonight?

We can tell you.

THERE ARE TWO things we’re certain of in this world.

One: it’s a nightmare trying to pick a movie to watch when you finally do get to stick your feet up at the end of a long day. Two: we’re always rooting for the underdog.

Well, let’s hit two birds with one stone – let us tell you what underrated flick to stick on the tellybox this evening. Let’s go…

1. Who is your favourite underrated actor?
2. What's your favourite cult classic?
The Act of Killing

3. Bourne or Bond. Pick.
4. Who's your favourite Irish star?
Brendan Gleeson
Saoirse Ronan

Cillian Murphy
Brenda Fricker
5. In general, are you Team Original or Team Remake?
#TeamOriginal all the way. And if there's a book, even better
Ah remakes are just as good
6. And finally... Choose your ultimate movie night snack.
Popcorn (with chocolate thrown in)
Pick 'n' mix

Ice cream
Answer all the questions to see your result!
You scored out of !
You should watch... The Cube!
This 1997 cult classic is a must-see for all horror junkies. A surreal atmosphere dominates the movie, as a small band of misfit characters try to navigate their way out of a Kafkaesque maze of deathly traps.
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You should watch ... John Wick!
A neo-noir action thriller, so ticks a lot of boxes, and features the always watchable Keanu Reeves as the inscrutable John Wick. Be warned - this isn't for the faint of heart.
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You should watch... Kate & Leopold!
Meg Ryan, queen of the rom-com, stars opposite the hugely likeable Hugh Jackman in this quintessentially sweet and warm flick. Goofy time travelling and a New York backdrop. Mindless fun.
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You should watch... Stories We Tell!
This documentary from 2012 by Saarah Polley is all about identity and trying to figure out your childhood - and ultimately, the filmmaker's own paternity.
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About the author:

Fiona Hyde

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