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Dunkirk Review

Dunkirk is Christopher Nolan’s last effort released last year that I finally saw last weekend. Considering the film is lauded for its visuals and sound design over its story, it was interesting to see how this film hit for me as someone who really appreciates the art of filmmaking but feel story should always come first. 621 more words

Movie Review

Lifeboat (1944)

Lifeboat (1944) Having convinced his mother to relocate out of London, where the bombing continued, Alfred Hitccock , in support of the war effort, directed this melodramatic message-film about the moral threat of disunity among allied nations fighting aggressive Nazi attacks. 290 more words
Poetic Response: Film

Monday Music 10 - 2018

I wasn’t going to do a Monday Music this week, but then I started thinking about Richard Burton and decided that I wanted to put one out after all.  364 more words

The Christian Warriors

Movie nights with great company are one of my favourite ways to spend my free time, but last night I was not prepared for what I was about to watch. 410 more words


Review: The Red Baron (film)

The Red Baron.

Yesterday was the 100th anniversary of the death of Manfred von Richthofen, so I re-visited this film, preparatory to writing this post. It was as disappointing the second time around as it was the first. 383 more words

Film Review: The Way Ahead

While I generally enjoy films about World War II, I have a particular fondness for motion pictures made about the war while it was still being fought.  1,157 more words


Coming Home

We don’t see any conflict or combat take place during the entire runtime of Hal Ashby’s Coming Home, but we don’t need to witness any bloodshed or violence of wartime to know what effect it has on those individuals returning home. 923 more words