In a good Warsaw speech, Trump invokes one of Pope John Paul II’s great 1979 orations.
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- ‘Dunkirk’ is Christopher Nolan’s masterpiece
By Mick LaSalle - Tuesday Jul 18, 2017
The battle of Dunkirk was not a victory, but a successful evacuation, and Nolan doesn’t try to give it the contours of a conventional tale of triumph. When France fell to Hitler in 1940, it left 400,000 Allied soldiers, most of them British — basically the entire British Army — stranded on the beach, needing transport across the English Channel. To convey a sense of that day, Nolan stays focused, on a handful of soldiers, sailors, RAF pilots and civilian volunteers, all struggling to do their part and go home. If we know the history, we know that almost 340,000 were successively evacuated and lived to fight another day — and for years thereafter — and that Hitler missed his best and only chance to win World War II in a single blow. “Dunkirk” begins, as great films often will, with a scene of wonder and awe that lets us know, virtually from the first frame, that the filmmaker has his teeth into something big. [...] a soldier picks one up and we see that it’s leaflet that has been dropped from an enemy airplane, telling the Allies that they’re surrounded, that it’s hopeless, and that they should surrender. Rather, it depicts a hiatus from personality, an ordeal in which life, under assault, is reduced to the basics. Rather, he enlists us in the war ourselves, so that we jump out of our skins when snipers shoot holes in a boat that we feel that we’re on. [...] we react in terror when the ocean blazes with an oil fire, as men, underwater, hold their breath and try to find a safe spot to resurface.
- Sony’s biggest no-show: The Last of Us Part II
By Dean Takahashi - Tuesday Jun 13, 2017
Sony teased a lot of games today, but the big no-show at its press conference today was The Last of Us Part II. On Twitter, gamers are already bemoaning the lack of any mention of their favorite game. Sony had a great presser, but no Last of Us 2 stuff is a huge let down […]
- ‘The Mindy Project': Ike Barinholtz ‘Started Crying’ When Mindy Kaling Wrote His Injury Into Final Season
By Carli Velocci, provided by
- Thursday Jul 27, 2017
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- Behind an $18 Billion Donation to a New York Charity, a Shadowy Chinese Conglomerate
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- Neighborhood Is Star-Spangled on Flag Day, and Every Day
By COREY KILGANNON - Tuesday Jun 13, 2017
Gerald Goldman, 94, a retired Marine who served in World War II, has made hundreds of wooden flags for friends, neighbors and local stores.