Dunkirk: A War Movie about Patriotic Ciphers

Dunkirk: A War Movie about Patriotic Ciphers

Dunkirk, directed by Christopher Nolan, is a movie about one of the most famous battle in the Second World War. Its outline has clever twist on a familiar trilogy of land, sea, and air. Dunkirk movie is about a week of combat during the Second World War, from May 26 to June 4 in 1940, and the effort to rescue British and French troops into those three components. The movie leaps about in time with…

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Logan Lucky: Steven Soderbergh’s Bank Heist Pays Off

Logan Lucky: Steven Soderbergh’s Bank Heist Pays Off

Steven Soderbergh is officially back in the director’s chair with Logan Lucky. Despite the title’s suggestion, the Logan family could not be called lucky with droll bartender Clyde (Adam Driver) lost an arm in the Iraq war, while his big brother Jimmy (Channing Tatum) has been fired from his job fixing sinkholes. The family’s younger sister Mellie (Riley Keough) fares a little better as a joyriding hairdresser. The three follow Jimmy’s to-do list to stage…

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Logan Lucky: Steven Soderbergh Is Back with a Motley Band of Thieves

Logan Lucky: Steven Soderbergh Is Back with a Motley Band of Thieves

Logan Lucky is Steven Soderbergh’s gravity-defying, ridiculously entertaining new movie, and it is the one that ends a blessedly brief retirement from big-screen directing. The movie concerns itself with a desperate attempt to even the odds. It’s a caper movie, a modern-day Robin Hood tale organized around an elaborate, improbable but curiously plausible heist. Logan Lucky movie is about a heist of a gang including a wounded veteran, an unemployed former coal miner, a hairdresser and other motley…

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White Gold: The Inbetweeners Double-glaze Britain in the Loadsamoney 80s

White Gold: The Inbetweeners Double-glaze Britain in the Loadsamoney 80s

The new comedies show from Damon Beesley, White Gold, has the strange-but-familiar setup with stars of The Inbetweeners and Gossip Girl coming together to flog windows in a new TV comedy. It’s 1983, Britain has a female Tory PM, and labor is in the doldrums. Individualism is the ideology of the day. In a double-glazing showroom in Essex, Jay from The Inbetweeners is taking the mick out of Simon also from The Inbetweeners, while Chuck Bass…

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Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban: Harry Potter Has Grown Up with His Third Movie Being Darker, More Complex and Rooted in Character.

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban: Harry Potter Has Grown Up with His Third Movie Being Darker, More Complex and Rooted in Character.

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban is very different from the first two Harry Potter movies, and that difference makes it a better movie. Though, its glossy look and exaggerated scale give it the required family resemblance to its predecessors since this third installment signals a change of course. The movie goes away from the limited conventions of action-movie formula and into a more metaphysical direction reaching the place this fantasy series has wanted…

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Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban – darker than the first two movies

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban – darker than the first two movies

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban is the third installment of Harry Potter movie franchise and introduce a new director on board, Alfonso Cuarón. The reason for bringing in Cuarón because of his ability to introduce a darker and more grown-up feel to the Harry Potter adventures. Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban is literally darker than the first two movies with bright and clean feeling that Chris Columbus delivered with a touch…

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Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (2004)

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (2004)

There is no doubt to say that JK Rowling’s book series of Harry Potter is a must-have book. Each time a new Harry Potter book appears you will see children and teenagers poring earnestly over JK Rowling’s new stories and so deeply absorbed. It would take an act of God to distract them. Radiating fervor, they give the impression that they keep reading because they have no choice. That leads to a big challenge for filmmakers to…

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White Gold Review: If You Have Never Seen The Inbetweeners, You’ll Find This Comedy Hilarious

White Gold Review: If You Have Never Seen The Inbetweeners, You’ll Find This Comedy Hilarious

White Gold is BBC2’s new 1980s comedy about double glazing, and it was already being compared to The Inbetweeners long before the first episode aired. The show has exactly 50% of the components similar to the two of Inbetweeners movies, and White Gold is surely Damon Beesley’s difficult second album. He has teamed up with half of his Inbetweeners actors – Joe Thomas and James Buckley – for this show. From the moment Ed Westwick’s…

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