With their backs against the wall, the story of Dunkirk guides us on the journey of a different kind of hero.
“You mustn’t be afraid to dream a little bigger darling” said Nolan in his last non-Batman flick, and he seems to be taking that advice quite seriously.
I’ve waited a long time to review my favorite movie of all time.
Well. I guess that’s a giveaway. Hopefully you’ll keep reading. Or not. Either way, I get a vanity project.
I should probably actually start reviewing the movie now. Right.
After a long and torturous string of slanderous adaptations that included three actors in four movies and the infamous nipples on the Batsuit in movie number four, the caped crusader finally got a well-deserved fresh start in 2005 with Christopher Nolan’s Batman Begins.
The outcome, while overlooked in light of its earth-shattering successors, redefined Batman for the next generation, and presents the most Biblical worldview of perhaps all film adaptations of America’s comic book champions.
Allow me to explain.