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Roy Keane during ITV's coverage of the FA Cup match between Manchester City and Sheffield United at Wembley Stadium, London, April 2023.

Reading 13 of Roy Keane’s ‘film reviews’ will leave you in hysterics

We cannot get enough of Roy Keane on Planet Football and the discovery of a Twitter account dedicated to giving film reviews in the style of Keane’s punditry has left our sides splitting.

Keane is renowned for pulling no punches with his analysis, especially when his beloved Manchester United are involved.

And his straight-talking delivery, married with the driest of humour, has seen the former Republic of Ireland international become appointment viewing on a weekly basis.

And now there’s a Twitter account called ‘Roy Keane’s Film Reviews’, that takes Keane’s unique style into the film world with hilarious results.

The decorated midfielder was once asked by Super Sunday host David Jones to list his three favourite films.

And they included the 1975 American psychological comedy-drama, ‘One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest’, which starred Hollywood legend Jack Nicholson.

He said: “One flew over the Cuckoo’s Nest is definitely in my top three, it is fantastic, yeah.“

The ex-Sunderland boss also picked out the 1994 Classic ‘Shawshank Redemption’ as one of his favourites, alongside ‘There Will Be Blood’.

“Also, ‘There Will Be Blood’ – Daniel Day Lewis – brilliant move, and ‘Shawshank Redemption’ would be my three favourites but ‘The Commitments’ – brilliant move, too.“

Keane also went on to add that Daniel Day-Lewis is his favourite actor.

51-year-old Keane spoke of his love for the 2007 drama ‘There Will Be Blood’ that starred starred the Oscar winning actor.

He hailed Day-Lewis as he added: “Amazing…absolutely brilliant in that movie [There Will Be Blood] – in that movie I thought he was absolutely fantastic.“

But we cannot get enough of these paraody reviews of classic films in Keane’s style. Neither will you…

Jaws

Frozen

Trainspotting

The Sound of Music

The Banshees of Inisherin

Four Weddings and a Funeral

Goodfellas

The 40-Year-Old Virgin

Jurassic Park

Ratatouille

Fight Club

Daddy Day Care

The Muppets Christmas Carol


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