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Though it’s not Anderson’s finest, it’s a strong ode to great writing of our time.
The Personal History of David Copperfield review – irresistibly hopeful with a good dose of Iannucci’s silliness
Iannucci’s latest is a well-told tale powered by a thoroughly enjoyable cast.
Here’s our review of Okja – a film with huge heart and a massive message.