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Now Showing In Budapest: 'Darkest Hour'

18.01.2018
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Now Showing In Budapest: 'Darkest Hour'
"During the early days of World War II, the fate of Western Europe hangs on the newly-appointed British Prime Minister Winston Churchill, who must decide whether to negotiate with Hitler, or fight on against incredible odds."


Movie type: Drama War - This is not a standard birth-to-death biopic of British Prime Minister Winston Churchill but focuses on one notable stretch of his tenure during WWII. This is more or less a one-man show for star Gary Oldman as Churchill with everyone and everything else quite secondary. Some language and adult subject matter make the film not for kids, who would not be interested anyhow. The film is a bit lighter in tone than one would expect though is ultimately a serious historical piece.

Director: Joe Wright

Script: Anthony McCarten

Starring: Winston Churchill - Gary Oldman, Clemmie - Kristin Scott Thomas, Elizabeth Nel - Lily James

Length: 2 hr. 05 min.

Rated: PG-13

Reviews:

Berardinelli, Internet Critic: “Good Darkest Hour is easily the better movie. World War II students will appreciate its attention to detail and the way it shows how close the world came to disaster even before the blitz began.”

Roger Ebert: “Excellent While Gary Oldman's phenomenal work as Winston Churchill had been heralded in advance, it is astonishingly equaled by the film's achievements in direction, screenwriting, score and cinematography.”

NY Post: “Good For a more convincing (if selectively edited) portrait in heroism, look no further than Darkest Hour.”

Rolling Stone: “Very Good The victory of Darkest Hour as a film is not just to hear those word repeated, but to discover the flawed human being who carved those words out of the dark night of his own soul.”

Source: cinemareview.com





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