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Pixie pits gangster priests against a wily woman in the Wild West of Ireland

Olivia Cooke charms as the titular mastermind in a film that wears its references on its sleeve but struggles to shake off the male gaze.

By Thomas Flew

Pixie pits gangster priests against a wily woman in the Wild West of Ireland
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The Salt in Our Waters kicks up stormy arguments in the Ganges Delta

By Thomas Flew

The Salt in Our Waters kicks up stormy arguments in the Ganges Delta
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The Intruder speaks little evil

By Thomas Flew

The Intruder speaks little evil
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Enola Holmes review: Sherlock’s teen sister loosens some Victorian stuffing

By Thomas Flew

Enola Holmes review: Sherlock’s teen sister loosens some Victorian stuffing
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Bill & Ted Face the Music review: the Gen X dad dudes unleash their daughters

By Thomas Flew

Bill & Ted Face the Music review: the Gen X dad dudes unleash their daughters