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Barbara Kay: Canada's own little Stalins are making politically incorrect authors disappear

Stalin and his monstrous inner circle aren’t obvious fodder for humour, but the film The Death of Stalin is indeed hilarious, without sidestepping the horrors of that regime. 774 more words

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A film by Armando Iannucci

Cast: Steve Buscemi, Simon Russell Beale, Jeffrey Tambor

Staline suddenly dies and chaos is setting in the government of the Soviet Union. 293 more words

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The Death of Stalin

Stalin is dead. Long live Stalin.

Not really. He was an asshole.

With a title like The Death of Stalin, you cannot be blamed for thinking this is an epic Russian drama. 323 more words


This Is a Movie Review: The Death of Stalin

When it comes right down to it, people are just people. This is the thought I have when watching the scene in The Death of Stalin in which a group of officials bumblingly drop the body of the dying Soviet Premier onto a bed. 184 more words


"The Death of Stalin" Review

A tyrant as monstrous as Joseph Stalin isn’t the most obvious subject for a feature comedy, yet the circumstances surrounding his death and the ensuing power struggle do have a certain farcical quality around them. 475 more words

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Flash Movie Review: The Death of Stalin

THE PHRASE “TOO MANY COOKS SPOIL the broth” came to mind as I sat there listening to everyone’s opinion. I was a volunteer at a citywide event and wound up being placed into the set up crew’s group; we were responsible for preparing the ballroom for guests, decorating and preparing the auction tables. 550 more words


The Death of Stalin (2018)

The Death of Stalin is a historical comedy about a small contingent of serial rapists & mass murderers jockeying for power after its titular Russian political shakeup. 693 more words

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