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When my oldest brother was a young man, he became engaged to a girl from Southampton, England. They never married, but Terri was absorbed into my family. 574 more words

Review: Darkest Hour

As a filmmaker, Joe Wright has a great sense of rhythm. A look at ‘Atonement’ (2007) or ‘Pride and Prejudice’ (2005) shows a director in full control of timing and punctuation, a kind of ticking clock precision. 288 more words

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Chasing Oscar: Gary Oldman's Tour de Force Performance Brightens the Darkest Hour

It’s quite rare for movies about the same sequence of events to compete in the same awards season.

Two films this year tackle World War II’s Dunkirk evacuation crisis: Christopher Nolan’s  744 more words


"Darkest Hour" Review

Genuine question: How many films about World War 2 can possibly be made? It feels as though the war has been covered from every angle and perspective imaginable, yet around December/January each year there seems to be a new picture about the conflict and the struggles endured by those who lived through it. 654 more words

Film Reviews

Gary Oldman wants Marvel role after Batman as he picks up SAG Award but could it work?

He’s starred in some of the biggest sci-fi and fantasy films of the past 20 years, as well as earning plaudits for a slew of blockbuster and critically acclaimed flicks. 560 more words


Movie Review: Darkest Hour

In 2006, Clint Eastwood directed, produced and scored Flags Of Our Fathers and Letters From Iwo Jima. The former functions as the American viewpoint of the Battle of Iwo Jima whereas the latter offers a look at the same event from Japan’s point of view. 902 more words