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Christopher Nolan’s ‘Dunkirk’ is an Instant Classic

 

“You can practically see it.”
“What?”
“Home.”
This line spoken from Kenneth Branagh’s Commander Bolton in Christopher Nolan’s new avant-garde war epic, Dunkirk, would fit perfectly in the dream levels of Inception, or the metaphysical maze of Interstellar, or the streets of Gotham in The Dark […]

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The Best Movies of 2014

This is the sum of the tons of movies I saw in 2014. For the order I factored in what films impressed me most with technique, performances, ambition, and execution. But what matters most is if they made me truly […]

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Interstellar Movie Review

“Do not go gentle into that good night“
In short, my thoughts are.. just go see it in IMAX!
I’m not going to get into the plot much because you should go in blind, but I’ll give you the short version. Earth […]

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Incepting the cinema of Christopher Nolan

It’s that time again. A new Christopher Nolan movie is upon us. He’s among my absolute favorite directors working today so I thought I’d take a look at him as artist, his influences, and his own filmography. Particularly I aim […]

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