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‘Dunkirk’ a white-knuckled thriller

9/10 Dunkirk isn’t just a movie, it’s a sensory experience. The film tells the story of the Miracle of Dunkirk, the 1940 British operation in which 338,226 soldiers who had been pinned down at Dunkirk beach after losing the Battle … Continue reading

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On Heath Ledger, Jared Leto and revisionist history

Give him a chance! You can’t judge until you’ve seen the movie! He won an Oscar, for Pete’s sake! People were upset about Heath Ledger’s casting, too! I’ve been hearing things like this for more than a year now. This … Continue reading

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A less chaotic state: 2005’s Batman Begins

Batman Begins is 10 years old today. Take a moment and let that sink in. Batman Begins is simultaneously the extraneous sequel that was always going to get made and the crazy wet dream movie that should never have been produced. Before … Continue reading

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