Dunkirk

Started by George, Jul 24, 2017, 07:34 am

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George

I'm really looking forward to this. We plan on going to the IMAX on Wednesday. 

I'm mostly interested to see how Christopher Nolan handles this material. He's a very visual director, and I think the most successful movies are ones that have a serious grip on visuals. I'm also intrigued about how this story fits among his other works, which are admittedly sci-fi/fantasy-driven. 

We've invited my dad, a 92 year-old WWII vet, is going to join us. He's a WWII movie and documentary junkie. We just have to wait to see if he has time in his schedule to go. I swear we can't keep track of him sometimes. He just keeps going, and going, and going....
¡Por favor manténgase alejado de las puertas!

DiveMilw

Quote from: George on Jul 24, 2017, 07:34 amI'm mostly interested to see how Christopher Nolan handles this material. He's a very visual director, and I think the most successful movies are ones that have a serious grip on visuals. I'm also intrigued about how this story fits among his other works, which are admittedly sci-fi/fantasy-driven.
Frank Conniff had this to say, "I'm hearing that in Dunkirk, Christopher Nolan has come up with a dark take on war."
I no longer long for the old view!

Chris L

Quote from: DiveMilw on Jul 25, 2017, 12:20 pm
Quote from: George on Jul 24, 2017, 07:34 amI'm mostly interested to see how Christopher Nolan handles this material. He's a very visual director, and I think the most successful movies are ones that have a serious grip on visuals. I'm also intrigued about how this story fits among his other works, which are admittedly sci-fi/fantasy-driven.
Frank Conniff had this to say, "I'm hearing that in Dunkirk, Christopher Nolan has come up with a dark take on war."
What? You mean this wasn't a remake of Hogan's Heroes?
But us, old friend,
What's to discuss, old friend?