What low level CGI madness is this? Blade rocks a great coat though.
Firstly, I will admit I wish I had seen this on a huge screen.
In many ways I am full of admiration and awe at what Christopher Nolan has produced in Dunkirk. Investigating once again Nolan's fascination with time and how it weaves through a story, the three strands of this film (air, sea, land) eventually reach a meeting point, but the journey there is not linear. And true to form, this is not always obvious to the viewer straight…
I'm still thinking about this film. Partly about the images, partly about the story, and partly about how much I liked it. I did like it, that's for sure, but I'm not quite sure how much.
It looks beautiful. Every shot is framed to perfection, most obviously in the present day life of Amy Adams and her sterile home and work settings. Here the colour palette is cool, natural, with just the occasional splash of purposeful red. As she begins…
A film that was not at all what I was expecting, and which consequently took me quite a while to process. I’m still partially doing that, to be honest.
What had I been expecting? Well, I’d been half-waiting for Casey Affleck to break my heart for the second time this year. But that didn’t happen. I thought I might have been a little scared (I’m not a fan of horror). But I wasn’t.
Instead, I was mesmerised by the long…