‘Extra Ordinary’ Review: A Delightfully Silly Ghost-Busting Charmer | Nbff 2019

Someone please make Rose Dooley (Maeve Higgins) an honorary Ghostbuster! (And hopefully it would still be an honor even though she hasn't seen the movie herself.) Similar to the 1984 classic, Mike Ahern and Enda Loughman’s feature directorial debut Extra Ordinary is a brilliant mix of dry wit, unforgettable dialogue, heart and ectoplasm, resulting in an endlessly charming and highly re-watchable “ghost-busting” romp. Rose keeps busy working as a driving instructor but it’s really just to force herself to steer clear of a particular “talent” she was born with; Rose has supernatural abilities including the …

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