Tag: Mark Rylance

The Trial of the Chicago 7 – Review

“While the movie does its best to create a reenactment with its gaze turned firmly towards the present, it can’t really figure out how to connect its ideas when it matters the most.”

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Dunkirk — Review

Fionn Whitehead in a scene from Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk.


“For all the flaws in its vertebrae, Dunkirk still shows us that [writer/director Christopher] Nolan is as strong a visual artist as he’s ever been, and the stripped-down nature of the execution here gives us a chance to observe the merits of his screenwriting talent.”

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Bridge of Spies — Review

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Tom Hanks (l) and Mark Rylance (r) in a scene from Steven Spielberg’s Bridge of Spies.


Bridge of Spies won’t be remembered in the upper regions of either its star’s or its director’s respective filmographies, but it’s still a solid and engaging project.”

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