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Hugh Laurie as an ambitious, cynical minister in a Tory government. Issue #1947

REVIEW: Roadkill – stagy British scandal-a-rama just gets there

Roadkill stars Laurie as an ambitious, cynical minister in a Tory government.

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Issue #1974

How to read Donald Duck: imperialist ideology in the Disney comic

One of the first acts committed by the Chilean military, after the coup of 11 September 1973 was to confiscate and burn books.

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Issue #1992

Don’t Look Up

Don’t Look Up is the latest of dark political comedies by Anchorman director/writer Adam McKay.

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Issue #2001

WASHINGTON BULLETS by Vijay Prashad

The present war between Russia and Ukraine reveals the heavy hand of US imperialist intervention behind the scenes, making this a timely and important book....

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Issue #1981

Derry Girls

Derry Girls is genuinely amusing and exciting – well worth a look regardless of the viewer’s ideological bias or how much that viewer is interested in Irish politics.

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Issue #1985

Squid Game

I’ll try not to spoil Squid Game too much, in case there’s anyone out there who has somehow managed to remain un-spoilered.

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