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Dunkirk [Review]

This is the film I’ve been waiting for all summer – one that casts a spell, that fills the theater like a physical force.

Silence [Review]

Silence poses a moral and spiritual quandary,and then sits in silence. How you fill that silence isn’t just what you take from the film, but what it gives to you.

Dear Interstellar,

What are you, really? Sure it’s easy to lose oneself in the trappings of the sci-fi stage upon which you play out your drama. But the truth is apparent very early on. You are a towering human story. Your brush-strokes span a multi-dimensional universe in

Dear The Rover,

A stark, haunting vision of a post-apocalyptic world where the collapse was both societal and moral.

Dear Edge of Tomorrow,

As much as I revel in our meeting I know your long and twisted journey establishes a credibility that gives you an almost legendary reputation. From a Japanese military science-fiction light novella that was adapted into a serialized manga and finally into a English graphic

Dear Noah (Brian’s Take),

It shouldn’t feel so revolutionary for a film to take the Bible seriously. However, between certain groups of people denigrating believers as fools holding on to children’s stories and other groups stridently refusing to address or even acknowledge the inherent otherworldliness of the Bible’s words,