sat 11/07/2020

Joseph Walsh

Articles By Joseph Walsh

Finding The Way Back review - alcoholism on the rebound

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Lynn + Lucy review - a bruising tale of female friendship

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Fanny Lye Deliver’d review - blistering English civil war western

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The Booksellers review – a deep dive into the eccentric world of bookselling

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The Luminaries, BBC One review - one of the most visually arresting dramas of the year

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The King of Staten Island review - Apatow's best work in a decade

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The Last Full Measure review - exceptional performances elevate middling Vietnam war drama

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The High Note review - Tracee Ellis Ross shines in so-so music dramedy

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Women Make Film: Part One review - a mesmerising journey of neglected film

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The County review - Icelandic drama from the director of 'Rams'

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The Atom: A Love Affair review - hot fusion and cold hearts

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The Whistlers review – a smart, self-aware noir concerning a crooked cop

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Westworld, Season 3 Finale, Sky Atlantic review - Dolores’s plans come to fruition

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Normal People, BBC One review – adaptation of Sally Rooney’s novel evokes the deep cut of first love

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Westworld, Season 3, Sky Atlantic review – a cyberpunk triumph

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Moffie review - heart rates will rise with Oliver Hermanus’ powerful war film

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