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In his second movie, the Irish playwright Martin McDonagh has mangled together a comic, self-aware revenge flick that's half Guy Ritchie, half Charlie Kaufman.
As a psychological thriller and light horror film, director George Ratliff's feature debut, "Joshua," works quite well. It is the tale of a precocious 9-year-old boy who may or may not be destroying his family's sanity and threatening his baby sister's life, and it plays on the fearful notion that some children aren't actually sugar and spice; they're smart and sinister.