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Dunkirk Movie Review

Dunkirk Movie Review. Dunkirk is directed by Christopher Nolan and it is based on the true event when 400,000 soldiers with their back to the sea trapped on the beach completely surrounded by German forces that were coming in and no way to get home. The the concerted organized effort to save those guys.
Trust us, this is one of the most intense films you are going to see this year. The way Nolan sculpts this story is is so impressive. We heard early on on some screenings that a lot of critics are saying there's not a lot of characters development in Dunkirk and audience won't get to know the characters.
But, what you realize is that this movie is not about any of the characters. Dunkirk is about on particular moment. Nolan want to take the audience and immerse them into a situation that happened once. He wanted you to feel all the intensity, tension, and fear of being trapped and attacked.

When the bullets are whizzing by and the boats are sinking you  did not need to see bloo…


Foxcather is a methodical look at the 1996 murder of a Olympic wrestler, David Schultz. Chronically the working friendship between David's brother and fellow wrestler, Mark. The film flickers through event like a serious crime scene for those snap before the actual crime. 

A well educated multi millionaire can be a rabbit dog at this core. Strong man might be acceptable to even the smallest dose of charm. Rational level headed father could be so ideologist. Death lingers in Foxcatcher's overcast frame.

Director Banett Miller amplifies everything Steve Carell, Channing Tatum, and Mark Ruffalo put on screen. Carell can turn a laugh out loud into something absolutely terrifying at the matter of seconds. 

But Foxcatcher is a really Tatum's movie. It demands the most actor's physical, emotional talents. There's not a hint of fantasy in this movie, yet the scariest monster movie of the year. 

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