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It may not be for everyone and it seems unlikely to win the Best Picture Oscar, but Dunkirk at least brings something new to the war film table.
Del Toro delivers a film with an unshakeable sense of love, both platonic and romantic, at its heart.
It’s as exciting as a car ride with your brake-for-every-speed-bump grandmother, and about as spicy as milk.
Ernst Lubitsch’s The Shop Around the Corner is an irresistible classic that’ll make you forget you’re sat watching it in your pyjamas eating out of a jar of Nutella with a teaspoon. Don’t pretend you’re not, I know my demographic.
The Last Jedi is a controversial but nonetheless important change-of-pace for the Star Wars franchise.