SMALL AXE: RED, WHITE AND BLUE Review

There’s really only one thing that I resent about mainstream franchise films (well, two if you’re counting the bouts of unoriginality): while it’s great to see young, up-and-coming actors get their money after years of cutting their teeth on indie films, there’s also the loss of potentially great performances that would be found in the wide variety of films outside of their franchise abodes. One such young, up-and-coming…