thu 27/06/2019

Joseph Walsh

Articles By Joseph Walsh

Diego Maradona review - entertaining but skin-deep

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Cannes 2019: Matthias & Maxime review - a gently charming new drama

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Cannes 2019: Parasite review - hilarious and horrifying

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Cannes 2019: Once Upon a Time... In Hollywood review - sun-soaked black comedy

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Cannes 2019: Diego Maradona review - entertaining but skin-deep

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Cannes 2019: Too Old to Die Young - nightmarish LA noir

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Cannes 2019: Week One - a genre-heavy opening

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Cannes 2019: Pain and Glory review - a dour, semi-autobiographical portrait

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Cannes 2019: Sorry We Missed You review - essential Loach drama

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Cannes 2019: The Dead Don't Die review - festival opens with rich zombie satire

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Destination Wedding review - a misanthropic modern-day romance

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Tolkien review - biopic charms but never wows

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Dumbo review - does Tim Burton’s new adaption take flight?

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69th Berlin Film Festival round-up - what a banal Berlinale

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Velvet Buzzsaw review - an acerbic takedown of the LA art scene

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Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse review - a new hope for the superhero genre

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