Review: Red Notice Beneath its glitzy cast and financial success, Lucy Evans identifies a distinct lack of focus in Netflix’s recent crime caper. Red Notice is Netflix’s latest action-comedy and follows an art thief, an FBI agent and a criminal as they race to find a bejeweled egg, each with their own motives. Insider reported […]
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