Does the individual or the force of nature win out in FMJ?
Tag: war film
By Sea, Land, and Air Dunkirk is Very Good
In our three person review (hello guest writers Conor Bell and Brandon Woodruff) we talk about Dunkirk.
The War is for the Planet, but These Apes are After Your Heart
People often complain about the modern state of cinema (or music, or whatever) and it’s easy to look around and say, “They just don’t make ‘em like they used to.” Especially when you’re regularly inundated with a barrage of crap. But we shouldn’t forget that it’s the one percent of exceptional work that will be… Continue reading The War is for the Planet, but These Apes are After Your Heart
What ‘Billy Lynn’ Lacks in Perspective it Makes Ups for in Frames (per second)
People have strong opinions about the US Military. This includes every character in Ang Lee’s Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk.