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Tenet Review

Last week, in my Inception review, I extolled the virtues of Christopher Nolan, and how he makes complex, yet accessible blockbusters that both challenge and enthral an audience; in many ways, that review was the primer for this one, helping to give context to this new work by the acclaimed director. Tenet is in a tough spot, it’s…

Inception Review

There are few directors in the world who can sell a movie simply by putting their name to it. Only a select few manage to achieve that level of recognition that their name can sell any picture just as well as any actor attached to it. Quentin Tarantino is one, as is Stephen Spielberg (although,…

Dunkirk Review

I have to admit to some trepidation going into this movie. After all with a subject like World War II, and one so grounded in realism is unlikely to surprise, after all the war has been over for 70+ years so it’s safe to say we know who came out victorious. However, there is one…