This week on #AtlanticSC, we deep-dive into Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk with special guest, Little White Lies’ Adam Woodward! Jason, Lee and Adam delve into Twitter submitted questions on Nolan’s career thus far, impressions of the film and thoughts of the underlying triptych of Nolan’s “Survival Trilogy” + Christian Symbolism throughout Dunkirk.
Christopher Nolan returns with his 10th feature, Dunkirk, a film set during the infamous World War II Dunkirk Evacuation. Lawrence, Lee and ex-Film Faculty critic Mark Putley reviews.
Andy Serkis returns as Caesar, as the culmination of the previous two Planet of the Apes movies sees Caesar seeking refuge for his tribe while being hunted down by The Colonel, an extremist leader with his own anti-ape army. Can lighting strike twice for Dawn director Matt Reeves? Lee reviews.
Atlantic Screen Connection Podcast return for Season 3! This time, Jason and Lee talk 2017’s Baby Driver, as well as Marvel/Sony’s latest superhero fare, Spider-Man Homecoming! In-depth discussion, analysis and critique – definitely summertime at AtlanticSC!
Spider-Man’s back, rebooted once again and doing whatever a Spider can as usual. Third time around in 15 years, does Spidey still have what it takes to keep audiences interested in a post-MCU world? Lee and Darren review.
Okja, the latest from South Korean director Bong Joon-Ho, tells the tale of Mija and her incredible journey to save her friend Okja from an American slaughterhouse. Lee reviews.
Frenetic director Edgar Wright returns with Baby Driver, a star-studded heist movie about a music-loving getaway driver and his desire to leave crime behind him. How can you lose? Darren, Lee and Lawrence review.
Gru and the Minions return for another adventure in supervillainry – can it keep the franchise fires alive? Lee reviews.
Back for the first time all year, it’s Quickfire Reviews! In this installment, 6 reviews-in-one: Personal Shopper, Jackie, Loving, I Am Not Your Negro, The Great Wall and Sing.
Note: Big Picture Reviews is UK-based, and works with UK release dates. All of the following films are 2017 films in the UK.