“Dunkirk” is the latest film from “Inception”, “Interstellar” and “Dark Knight” director Christopher Nolan - the man who’s brought us mind-bending, dramatic and complex stories of bravery and adventure. “Dunkirk” may be Nolan’s simplest film to date. At an hour and 46 minutes it’s definitely one of his shortest, with a screenplay of only 76 pages.
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Dunkirk - Movie Review
We shall trust in our Lord and Savior of Film, Christopher Nolan to give us this war piece. Does his impressive streak live on? Here's my take on DUNKIRK.
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Cultjer's Haydn Leigh looks back on the works of one of this generations great auteurs and one of his favorite directors - Christopher Nolan — Along with revisiting Nolan's filmography, Haydn's analysis provides a deep-dive into our auteur's 'dna' by highlighting Nolan's motifs, visual expression, and creative vision from 2000's neo-noir thriller Memento to 2014's sci-fi spectacle Interstellar. Altogether, Haydn wrote over 45,000 words and 8 reviews - which, words cannot adequately describe the amount of thought-provoking wisdom articulated here. Full reviews are linked below. Be sure to leave a comment and/or follow Haydn on Twitter: @HaydnSpurrell
Interstellar (2014) Review
Christopher Nolan’s science fiction epic falters at a few moments particularly in the latter part of its second act, but nevertheless manages to be an ambitious and powerfully told tale of a bleak future that’s soaked in a foreboding sense of realism.
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