The story itself is utterly enthralling. We personally found ourselves glued to the screen and hanging on every word despite knowing the outcome of it all. We felt massive amounts of supportive emotion and were roused by Churchill's speeches as if... Read the full review »
Once upon a time,Joe Wright understood that the abomination known as "Pan (2015)" failed big time and decided to make a comeback with "Darkest Hour",a movie whose material and execution I would describe with an adjective 'Solid'.
After seeing coun... Read the full review »
There have been over seventy renditions of Winston Churchill over the years, so with Gary Oldman now picking up the cigar in Joe Wright's 'Darkest Hour,' the question is very much what new approach he and the film can bring to the table with a mor... Read the full review »
Darkest Hour puts Joe Wright back on track with this patriotic drama. Forget about 'Pan', every director is allowed to create one bad film. The important thing is the he learnt from his mistake and regressed back to what he does best, British war... Read the full review »