Dunkirk Movie Review

Christopher Nolan’s 10th film Dunkirk delivers an action packed take on the historical retreat of over 400,000 allied forces in 1940 at the beaches at Dunkirk, France across the English Channel.

As far as war movies go, this is a movie that does not have to embellish or stretch facts or heroics to make a better movie as the historical events are packed with the heroism of individuals from the campaign.

Starring Tom Hardy, Mark Rylance, Cillian Murphy, Kenneth Branagh, and Harry Styles acting debut. The film is a much needed take on the titanic evacuation of defeated France to allied Britain and certainly worth a ticket for any war or action buffs out there Nolan has taken this genre and given it a fresh new look. Dunkirk was release on the 13th of July and showing in all cinemas now.

With a 92% on rotten tomatoes there’s no reason not to.

When you like your plots twisted…….

If you are a connoisseur of fine movies, like we are, you are always on the lookout for stories that make you gasp. Good, so glad you agree on the importance of plot. Bad guy kills wife/child, man  tracks down and kills bad guy is getting a bit thin these days.

So, let’s go back to 1957 – I heard that gasp! It’s a black and white movie – another gasp. Seriously! You guys say don’t judge, so what are those gasps?

Marlene Dietrich

Witness for the Prosecution really is one of the greatest movies ever made. Nominated for 6 Oscars including Best Picture, it’s a phenomenal story of a veteran British barrister defending his client in a murder trial that has surprise after surprise. Whilst the film may be 60 years old, it’s still one of the best courtroom dramas we have ever seen and that is underlined by the 100% score from Rotten Tomatoes.