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Janus Metz's spy thriller The All the Old Knives is the kind of old-fashioned spy drama that studios sadly don't make these days - perhaps reminiscent of similar Alfred Hitchcock films such as 1946's Notorious, starring Cary Grant and Ingrid Bergman.

All the Old Knives – Psychological Spy Thriller with a Convincing Love Story

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Psychological Spy Thriller with a Convincing Love…
REVIEW - Kirby and the Forgotten Land is like spending a whole day in a water park. At first you're completely sucked in by the slides and pools, then it gets a bit boring at times, but in the end you're surprised at how much fun you've had.

Kirby And The Forgotten Land – The Cutest Pink Puffball Embarks On A New Adventure

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The Cutest Pink Puffball Embarks On A…
Furioza is a very gritty crime thriller that lacks the real depth of a psychological study of morality and brotherhood. It is still a decent film with solid performances and technical bravura.

Furioza – A Gritty Polish Drama About an Informer

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A Gritty Polish Drama About an Informer
SERIES REVIEW - An American Japanese lover’s deep dive into Tokyo’s underworld is the fun and thrilling mob crime backstory of “Tokyo Vice”, the new HBO Max series starring Ansel Elgort, Ken Watanabe and Rinko Kikuchi.

Tokyo Vice – Big in Japan?

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Big in Japan?
Slow Horses doesn't reinvent the spy thriller because the spy thriller doesn't need to be reinvented.

Slow Horses S01/e01, e02 – Tinker, tailor, soldier, loser

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Tinker, tailor, soldier, loser

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