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by | Mar 6, 2018

The explicable story of Dunkirk lost the Best Picture award to the wholly inexplicable tale of how an underwater critter and a mute janitor fell in love. Which shows you the inexplicable dimensions of the world the movie industry imagines…

by | Mar 6, 2018

The explicable story of Dunkirk lost the Best Picture award to the wholly inexplicable tale of how an underwater critter and a mute janitor fell in love. Which shows you the inexplicable dimensions of the world the movie industry imagines…

by | Feb 8, 2018

It is now impossible for us to watch a movie like Darkest Hour, or to contemplate the colossal historic presence of Winston Churchill, without the benefit of hindsight. He was right when almost everyone else was wrong. He led his country through…

by | Jan 17, 2018

The other day I went to see Darkest Hour, the movie about Winston Churchill’s heroics in the spring of 1940 in steeling the British upper classes to resist Hitler and to relieve Dunkirk by sending off a civilian armada to…

by | Jan 12, 2018

Last Saturday I dropped off my two oldest sons and their friend at the theater. I planned to kill a couple of hours at the bookstore, on my laptop, at a coffee shop, whatever. When I got out of the…

by | Dec 8, 2017

D arkest Hour, Joe Wright’s recent film, vividly describes the closing days of May 1940, when Adolf Hitler’s blitzkrieg swept over western Europe. In Britain, despite overwhelming odds, Winston Churchill convinced his country to fight on. It is an excellent film…

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