Dark, intense, & haunting
Incredible documentary which very quickly becomes less about Wikileaks and more a fascinating insight into Julian Assange in his own words. I am genuinely concerned about anyone who sees this and isn't left with doubt of the motivations of Assange. His very own declarations hint at a very troubling drive of ego and dismissal of humanity.
The first time I saw this was in 70mm and it was a great experience. This second time I had the privilege of watching it in 70mm IMAX and I don't think I was prepared for how amazing an experience it would be. The level of detail and sheer scale captured left me in awe of the potential that movies can achieve.
Dunkirk is a different type of war movie. Discarding traditional moments of heroics to instead highlight the overwhelming…
A slow boil thriller set during the civil war with sexual tension simmering between a lone wounded Union soldier being treated by the remnants of an all-girls school. The atmosphere is thick, amplified further by the evolving web of interactions between the soldier (Colin Farrell) and the female residents of assorted ages (Nicole Kidman, Kirsten Dunst, Elle Fanning, and Oona Laurence primarily). The Beguiled is a reserved movie that has some of the most intense and loaded exchanges of looks…