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The white saviour and failed representation.
This may simply be an excuse for director Martin Scorsese to hang out with his friend and laugh so hard he may burst. And why not?
Helluva spectacle, wrapped around a standard rock biopic.
The true story of WWE superstar Paige is inspirational in itself, but the real pleasure of Fighting With My Family is how rounded the secondary (and even tertiary?) characters turn out to be.
Stranger than fiction? Apparently not.
A white-knuckle ride, both on and off the rink.
You want Billie to win, but you hate to see Bobby actually lose.
What to look forward to in Professor Marston and the Wonder Women.
It shouldn’t have to be the most extraordinary example of this story for it to be told – but it probably needs to be, just to be heard.
My favourite thing I’ve seen Jonah Hill do since Moneyball.
The power of understatement.