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TENET review

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We Live in a Twilight World

And there are no friends at dusk.  Welcome to “Tenet”, the latest masterpiece in Christopher Nolan’s awe-inspiring, genre-defying catalog of greatness.    The film opens in Ukraine at the National Opera House as an orchestra performance is about to begin.  As the conductor raises his arm, terrorists emerge and begin attacking those in-attendance.  We then see The Protagonist (John David Washington) in a van outside as SWAT arrives on the scene.  First slapping patches on their arms to blend in, their team enters the Opera House to Continue reading

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DUNKIRK review

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When 400,000 Men Couldn’t Get Home, Home Came For Them

One of the most heroic and unlikely events of World War II is showcased in Christopher Nolan’s newest film, “Dunkirk”.  A group of 400,000 Allied soldiers, consisting of French, Belgian, Canadian, and mostly British soldiers, were surrounded in Dunkirk, France by the German army, pushing them to the beaches.  The film follows three distinct Continue reading