Review: Red Joan (2019) – A Little Red, Plenty Blue

Considering the resurgence of John Le Carre, slow-burn spy thrillers in recent years it seems like the perfect time for a film like Red Joan, a decade-spanning story of lies, duty and love. While it comes at a prescient time considering its message of nuclear proliferation, this Trevor Nunn film can't quite seem to hit …

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Review: Missing Link (2019) – Desperately Seeking Susan

Since the dissolution of Studio Ghibli there hasn't really been a studio actively trying to make strong, adult-orientated animation except for Laika Studios. While this isn't necessarily a bad thing, this year has brought us the joy of Toy Story 4 after all, the films coming out of Laika prove that there is a place …

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