thu 30/05/2024

Tom Baily

Articles By Tom Baily

The Father review - gripping dementia drama

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Ferry review - the making of a Dutch gangster

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Milestone review - parable of an aging trucker

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Night in Paradise review - lukewarm bloodbath

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The Drifters review - lovers-on-the-run with little moral depth

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Wander Darkly review - bold psychodrama falls short

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Music review - a few music videos cobbled together

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Rams review – softhearted bush-loving drama

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76 Days review - disturbing record of the initial outbreak of Covid-19

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American Utopia review - the new age of the concert movie

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The Dead and the Others review – dreamlike journey set in indigenous Brazilian community

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Hillary, Sky Documentaries review - facing the fire and fury

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A Russian Youth, MUBI review - First World War setting, contemporary orchestra

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The Courier review – lacklustre hit job goes bad in every way

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Honey Boy review - coming to terms with dad

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The Nightingale review – revenge without redemption

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