Tag Archives: Dunkirk

Factual Veracity Bores

We’ve all met them: the railway enthusiast who moans about the wrong carriages being pulled by the wrong steam train in a period drama. The music buff who points out that particular Rolling Stones track wasn’t released in 1970, when … Continue reading

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Ten Best Films of 2017

There may be a few shocks on (or rather off) my 2017 favourite films list. For a start, the much revered Blade Runner 2049 failed to make the cut. I liked it, but for me it fell short of the … Continue reading

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Film Review – Dunkirk

In addition to the deserved, near unanimous acclaim heaped upon Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk, it will also be remembered as one of the rare, great plural protagonist films. Like Sergei Eistenstein’s Potemkin and Paul Greengrass’s United 93, the main character is … Continue reading

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