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War Stories: Why they may be worth your time

“War is nasty; war is fun, War is thrilling; war is drudgery. War makes you a man; war makes you dead.”

Harvard University President Drew Faust borrows this quote to illustrate that…

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Book Reviews

"Wolf Warrior II" Dominates China Box Office

Things are looking up for action star-director Wu Jing as his recent outing, Wolf Warrior II, has dominated the China Box Office as the highest grossing film in its native country. 117 more words

Action Films

REVIEW: The Battleship Island (2017)

Veteran director Ryoo Seung-Wan takes on this film inspired by true events depicted near the end of World War II that makes good use of its cast and location. 701 more words

Action Films


Dunkirk‘s marketing campaign may well go down as my most disliked of all time, with its 5-6 trailers during a single screening pummelling you with the sheer genius and vision of film school demigod Christopher Nolan. 2,561 more words

Dunkirk: Abandoned On The Beach

I spent $19.50 to see Dunkirk in all its 70 MM glory last week. The accolades being showered upon the film and its undeniably talented writer/director, Christopher Nolan, had me primed for what’s been described as “a masterpiece” ( 721 more words

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Dunkirk Review

Possible spoilers ahead!

“Dunkirk” follows the events between May 26 and June 4, 1940, when British and French soldiers were surrounded on all sides by the German forces. 590 more words



I grew up in the 70s and early 80s on a healthy diet of fish fingers, baked beans, grazed knees, The Big Match on a Sunday afternoon, brightly coloured clothes and flared trousers, bowl style haircuts, BMXing, running everywhere and war. 850 more words