Tag: Dunkirk

The 2018 Moulinie Awards!

Ladies and gentlemen; boys and girls; children of all ages, welcome to my anti-Academy Awards, The Moulinie Awards. Now, first I must apologise; these awards were meant to coincide with the real deal in February, yet, due to technical issues – my laptop has been been very unwell (thoughts and prayers please) – it has

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Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk is quite the modern cinematic achievement. Less of a war film and more of a disaster film, the director’s latest effort takes a resolutely technical approach to its story in order to immerse the audience in the experience of that daring rescue in 1940, and succeeds in being not only an extremely

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