tue 05/07/2022

Joseph Walsh

Articles By Joseph Walsh

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

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Who You Think I Am review - Juliette Binoche dazzles as she wrestles with dual identities

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Trolls World Tour review - a visual spectacle full of toe-tapping tunes

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Four Kids and It review – a family friendly yarn that needs more magic

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System Crasher review – a compelling portrait of childhood violence and pain

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Toni Morrison: The Pieces I Am review - a fitting tribute to a masterful storyteller

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Misbehaviour review - crowd-pleaser tackles Seventies sexism

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Military Wives review - the surprising true story of the women who rocked the charts

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Berlinale 2020: Never Rarely Sometimes Always review - raw and unflinching abortion drama hits home

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Berlinale 2020: Berlin Alexanderplatz review - a contemporary twist on a classic

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Berlinale 2020: My Salinger Year review - 70th edition of the festival opens in style

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Birds of Prey review - the DCU is back on track

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Richard Jewell review - a portrait of duty and dignity in this true-life tale

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Queen & Slim review - a stylish and raw tale of outlaws on the lam

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Seberg review - lightweight script, heavyweight performance

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Lucy in the Sky review - Portman falls from orbit

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