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Joseph Walsh

Articles By Joseph Walsh

Being A Human Person review - enter the surreal world of Roy Andersson

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LFF 2020: Supernova review – Stanley Tucci and Colin Firth shine as couple on the road

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David Attenborough: A Life On Our Planet review - is the end nigh?

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The Trial Of The Chicago 7 review – blistering docudrama that speaks to our times

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Enola Holmes review – a new Sherlock-related franchise is afoot

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The Devil All The Time review – a test of faith in a Southern Gothic tradition

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Max Richter's Sleep review - refreshing as a good night's rest

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Mulan review - Niki Caro's live action take on the '98 classic underwhelms

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New Mutants review - superheroes and the supernatural collide

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Tenet review - a heady delight

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Ava review - Sadaf Foroughi powerhouse drama about teenage rebellion

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Random Acts of Violence review - study in horror lacks scares

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Lovecraft Country, Sky Atlantic review - Misha Green, Jordan Peele and JJ Abrams take us on horror-driven road trip

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Project Power - so-so attempt to reinvent the superhero genre

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An American Pickle review - sweet and sour screwball comedy

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Infamous review - Bonnie and Clyde for the digital age fails to deliver

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