Christopher Nolan makes up for a bloated disappointing Interstellar, with a film that excels in cinematography, sound, story, acting, and relevance. Dunkirk is easily one of the best films of the years and it didn’t take 2 hours and 50 minutes to do that…take notes.
If you are looking for a storybook ending, you won’t get it here. Just like real war, there are no good/bad endings, it’s only survival vs death. The Wall is an intimate cinematic thriller that despite its small-scale is one of the best films so far this year.
Their Finest is a great war time film that is just as much educational as is enjoyable.
Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk is a film I recommend if you have anyone in your life that is serving or has served in the military.
Desmond T. Doss was the embodiment of a true American hero, and his story is one that deserves to be celebrated by generations of Americans.
The most frustrating thing about War Dogs is that I can see the potential for a good film but it is just not in the right hands creatively.
Operation Chromite is a good recommendation for those who are fans of Asian Cinema and history buffs looking to experience the story of the unsung heroes, who sacrificed their lives in the forgotten war.