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    Quentin Tarantino Is Prepping a Charles Manson Movie
    http://collider.com/quentin-tarantin...harles-manson/

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    New Details Emerge for Tarantino’s Manson Murders Movie; Margot Robbie Eyed for Sharon Tate
    http://collider.com/quentin-tarantin...bie/#brad-pitt

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    Joe Pesci Finally Signs on to ‘The Irishman’ as Martin Scorsese Solidifies Cast
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    Kinda interested in this as a 'last lap' for Scorsese and his mainstays.

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    I want to see one final movie starring Joe Pesci, Sean Connery, and Gene Hackman. Throw Rick Moranis in there for icing. I believe they've all pretty much retired. Nice to see Pesci again at least.

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    Quentin Tarantino’s Manson Family Movie Is Rumored To Be Pulling From His ‘Kill Bill 3’ Script
    http://uproxx.com/movies/quentin-tar...-bill-3-rumor/

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    Quote Originally Posted by NastiMarvasti View Post
    what steaming pile of $%$^!

    Around 12 minutes of dialogue in a 2-hr movie and the sound track is a constant hum from a cello or bass. - srsly -

    My expectations really weren't that high, yet Dunkirk was much worse. After 45 minutes in, it was pure torture.

    I was looking for something along the lines of Saving Private Ryan, but I got Stripes instead (which I should have just stayed at home and watched)

    And the funny thing is I really didn't learn anything about Dunkirk that I didn't already know. No quick narrative / stats at the end of the movie.

    Serious waste of time!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Butch 19 View Post
    what steaming pile of $%$^!

    Around 12 minutes of dialogue in a 2-hr movie and the sound track is a constant hum from a cello or bass. - srsly -

    My expectations really weren't that high, yet Dunkirk was much worse. After 45 minutes in, it was pure torture.

    I was looking for something along the lines of Saving Private Ryan, but I got Stripes instead (which I should have just stayed at home and watched)

    And the funny thing is I really didn't learn anything about Dunkirk that I didn't already know. No quick narrative / stats at the end of the movie.

    Serious waste of time!
    My two cents (Nolan fanboy)

    Saw it tonight in IMAX. I've said before that I'm not much of a war movie buff and this was the least I've ever looked forward to a Nolan film. Overall, it's not my favorite movie of his but I think as far as the filmmaking craft goes, this was top notch. The lack of dialogue and character development was the intent of the movie and totally different from what he normally does. It's borderline a silent movie. We've seen dozens of war movies where characters' back stories are told and we see their loved ones waiting for them at home but in this, you really get a sense of the lack of identity in a group of 400,000 soldiers. They are not individuals anymore and what we see on screen happening to one person, could be happening to any one of them at any given time. Even a relatively mundane task has a sort of tension to it because not only do you not know when the next attack will be, but that mundane task could also kill you in those conditions. There's a randomness to it that I think was done very well. And not knowing all the details and strategies of the battle itself puts you in the shoes of the soldiers. They would have had very little knowledge themselves. They're not in the war room, strategizing. Nolan wanted to make this an immersive experience and I think he did that.

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    Easily the best IMAX film in years... or possibly even ever? Technical question though... why was the remaining ~5% of the movie not shot in IMAX?

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