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cultural vandal | by maryann johanson

in cinemas UK and Ireland


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MaryAnn’s quick take: Actor Jessica Hynes makes an astonishing directorial debut with The Fight, a disconcerting little movie about women’s everyday anger and resentment, and the absolute battle just to get through the day. Read the review…

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opening Mar 22

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Minding the Gap
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Us
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The White Crow
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The Crossing



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now in cinemas

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All Is True
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Border
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Can You Ever Forgive Me?
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Colette
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The Favourite
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Free Solo
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An Impossible Love
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Jellyfish
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Of Love & Law
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The Old Man & the Gun
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RBG
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Shoplifters
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Stan & Ollie
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Vice
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The Wife
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Foxtrot
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Mary Poppins Returns
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Ralph Breaks the Internet
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Girl
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The Prodigy
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Under the Silver Lake
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The Upside
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What Men Want



decipher

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worth paying multiplex prices for
yellow for maybe
worth a look, but wait for DVD, unless your favorite actor is in it
red for no
give it a miss
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my reaction under consideration
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my reaction under gag order for now
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not yet seen by me

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