War

Darkest Hour 2
4.0

Darkest Hour: Movie Review

I didn’t live through World War II. I’ve tried with little success to understand what it felt like to live in a world facing such an urgent and terrifying existential crisis. What glimpses I’ve gotten have often come from movies like Darkest Hour. The film recalls Winton Churchill’s (Gary Oldman) early days as prime minister […]
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5.0

Dunkirk: Movie Review

Dunkirk, Christopher Nolan’s first film based off of a historical event premieres this weekend. This film takes us to the event in Dunkirk, a town in France, from which the film takes its title. In 1940 at the beginning of World War II there was an evacuation of the Allied troops, consisting of French, Belgian […]

Dunkirk Movie Trailer & Response

One of my most anticipated movies of this year, for a multitude of reasons, Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk has now provided audiences with its second preview. The scope of Nolan’s first foray into a war film will, per usual Nolan, be epic. Just from the score accompanying the first trailer, you feel stranded alongside the soldiers […]
Eye in the Sky Poster
4.0

Eye in the Sky: Movie Review

I’d like to begin this review by saying that these are my thoughts and opinions on the military, and politics related to military which are solely my own and not a reflection of MovieFloss or their opinions as a company. Alright with that out of the way, Eye in the Sky is not a “HOO-RAH” let’s […]
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4.0

Whiskey Tango Foxtrot: Movie Review

No matter what your political disposition it’s hard to argue that the United States’ various wars and skirmishes in the Middle East over the last quarter century have been anything but a boon for American cinema. From Best Picture winner Hurt Locker to Blackhawk Down and Zero Dark Thirty, Iraq and Afghanistan are the gifts […]