The Gunslinger

Sean is back as a Stephen King expert to review The Dark Tower (2017). “The man in black fled across the desert. And the Gunslinger followed.” I’ll go to my grave believing this to be the single greatest opening line in a piece of writing ever. It opens “The Gunslinger” the first of seven books that comprise Stephen King’s “The Dark Tower” series. “The Dark Tower” is a film adaptation of Stephen King’s “The Gunslinger”. While many may get confused and ask, “But isn’t ‘The Dark Tower’ a seven-book series?” Why yes, yes, it is. And if I were involved with making the movie, I would have pushed to call it “The Gunslinger”. But, titles aside, “The Dark Tower” is a fine film which does a fair job

The Highlight is Dunkirk

Over the last couple of weeks I saw The Discovery (2017), Win It All (2017), Dunkirk (2017), Valerian (2017), Shoot 'Em Up (2007), Ghost in the Shell (2017), An Inconvenient Sequel (2017), Atomic Blonde (2017) and King Arthur: Legend of the Sword (2017). The Discovery It's an interesting concept with a very flawed logic driving the plot. This is well made with a good cast and is a nice movie for a Netflix release. Noms: none Letterboxd review. Win It All This doesn't quite succeed for comedy but it is a nice movie. I feel like the washed out tone doesn't quite fit right with the story. Noms: none Letterboxd review. Dunkirk This is in the very top of my favorite movies of the year in a very

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