Dunkirk (Christopher Nolan, 2017)

Praise Nolan for making Dunkirk a one of a kind experience - an unconventional war movie with three separate narratives in addition to its main narrative (the exodus of 300,000 soldiers cornered by enemies in Dunkirk), a supposedly anti-Hollywood war drama that isn't really anti-Hollywood considering its not so modest budget. Nolan plays with mirrors,... Continue Reading →

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Revisiting The Dark Knight (Almost) Ten Years After

You Could Have It So Much Better If I have to pick my favorite scenes or sequence in Christopher Nolan's The Dark Knight, one would be the part when Batman failed to save Rachel Dawes, second would be the opening bank heist, Heath Ledger's Joker bombing the hospital would be third and lastly, Batman interrogating... Continue Reading →

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