The war epic, Dunkirk has movie buffs on the edge of their seat in anticipation of the first screenings. The film shows the extraordinary, harrowing Operation Dynamo, which saw the Allied troops escape from the iron clasp of the Nazis as May crossed over to June, 1940. The situation had looked hopeless, dubbed by Churchill as ‘a colossal military disaster’, but extraordinary spirit, grit and the luck of German mistakes meant a staggering 338,226 troops were rescued from the beaches as they held off attacks from several German divisions. A fleet of 800 boats helped, not merely of warships but of anything that could make it across the Channel and back, including Tamzine, a fishing boat just 14ft long.
Dunkirk has a blockbuster cast with Tom Hardy, Cillian Murphy and the acting debut of ex-One Direction star, Harry Styles. While director Christopher Nolan wasn’t aware of Style’s popularity, we’re sure that One Direction fans will be along to cinemas in droves to see him in action.
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Have you seen the amazing new Spiderman movie, Spiderman: Homecoming yet? Wondering who is the voice inside Peter Parker’s suit?
In quite a change from previous Spiderman movies, homemade sweaters are gone, replaced by a suit fit for a superhero – and this Stark Superhero suit talks!
At one point, a strong female voice begins talking to Peter, offering him up — sometimes unnecessary — Stark upgrades, such as hundreds of web shooter combinations, an enhanced interrogation mode and an instant kill function.
At first, Peter just calls her “Suit Lady,” but at one point asks her name, which she offers up as Karen.
Karen is voiced by Academy Award-winning actress Jennifer Connelly… Read more
War for the Planet of the Apes, the third film in the rebooted Planet of the Apes franchise, is receiving rave reviews from critics in advance of its July 14 release. As of Friday, the film boasted a 96% rating on review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes (48 positive reviews to just two negative ones).
War for the Planet of the Apes is a summer blockbuster that treats its audience as primates of a higher order. As War for the Planet of the Apes opens, Caesar and his cohorts defend their forest world against a battalion of human intruders. They’re able to corner this particular group of soldiers, though instead of killing them, they send the troops back alive to their colonel, as a message of peace. But the Colonel (Woody Harrelson), a war-hardened loon with rogue ambitions of his own, will have none of it. He unleashes more violence against the peaceful apes, who are simply trying to rebuild their war-torn home. Caesar realizes he must fight back, though the real demon he struggles against is the angry legacy of Koba. (Koba, killed off in the last film, reappears in spirit in this one.) Read more…
As we eagerly await the release of Spiderman: Homecoming, movie star, Tom Holland, told Screen Rant he would like to see a Spider-Man and Ant-Man team-up in the 2019 sequel. “Ant-Man would be my favourite. I want to have like a bug bros session. I think it’d be really cool.”
Clearly, Ant-Man would make sense considering that both superheroes are insect related and are known for wise-cracking remarks, but let us below in the comments who you’d like to see Spider-Man paired with for his next outing… Read more
This is an action movie that is constructed around the music it features. Edgar Wright, Director and Writer of the new comedy-action-romance movie Baby Driver said he could not create a scene until he had found the perfect music track for it.
After being coerced into working for a crime boss, a young getaway driver finds himself taking part in a heist doomed to fail. The story is told through the eyes, and, most importantly, the ears of Baby (Ansel Elgort) this youthful getaway driver who relies on a pulsating beat in order to perform. Working behind the wheel to pay off a debt to Kevin Spacey’s snarky, self-satisfied crime boss Doc, Baby is a young man of few words but an extensive array of Ipods and sunglasses.
Like Ryan Gosling in Drive, he telegraphs most of what he needs to with his eyes. Flashbacks reveal a childhood accident which has left him with severe tinnitus, and he uses music to drown out the constant ringing, as well as to “help him move”… read more
As we eagerly await the latest Transformers movie Transformers: The Last Knight, it might be fun to look back at the Transformers story so far.
A complex plot that began in 2007 includes how the Transformers were involved in human history and how they plan to use Cybertron technology to take over Earth. The first movie Transformers, began with their history.
On their home planet of Cybertron, there are two opposing factions: the Autobots and the Decepticons. The Autobots, led by Optimus Prime, are fighting to prevent the Decepticons (led by Megatron) from getting the AllSpark, a powerful artifact that would grant unlimited power to whoever possesses it. Determined not to allow the evil Megatron to get ahold of it, Optimus Prime sends the AllSpark into space. Megatron goes after it, but crashes into Earth’s Arctic Circle. He is discovered in 1850 by explorer Archibald Witwicky, who unknowingly activates Megatron. Megatron engraves the AllSpark’s location into Witwicky’s glasses, then sends the transmission back to Cybertron.
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It’s not only the guys who love action movies… move over for Wonder Woman – the superhero that’s a badass breath of fresh air!
Gal Gadot’s Amazonian warrior princess reinvigorates the superhero genre with a shockwave of fun
Gadot is magnificent. And I know, superhero movies are for everyone, yadda yadda. But as a woman, it’s impossible not to feel a sense of ownership over the first female-led superhero flick since the lamentable Catwoman in 2004. And it’s impossible not to feel a warm swell of relief that she is such a glorious badass, one who wears her femininity with the same pride and poise that she wears her armour-plated bra.
The masterstroke of this origins story, ably directed by Patty Jenkins, who previously made the Aileen Wuornos film, Monster, is that it accentuates and celebrates Diana’s feminine traits. Her secret weapon is not the bullet-repelling jewellery; not her swordplay; not her ability to fire shockwaves from her wrists. It’s not even her luxuriant, swooshing hair. It is her empathy. Although now I mention it, the hair is pretty impressive…. Read more