In a way, “Dunkirk” is about the human capacity for courage and rising to high places despite a million obstacles. And even though a movie can’t capture the drama of war as well as history books, Christopher Nolan knows how to use this medium to make us transformed, resilient human beings.
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Herein lies the gulf: Marvel is trying to interweave some of their key characters into an internally consistent world, whereas DC is comfortable allowing each of their characters to stand alone, and even be simultaneously re-imagined by different directors. The former is a fanboy’s paradise, but the latter allows for better storytelling.
These filmmakers, who come from all around the world, have all made a film within the last decade. It’s not an exhaustive list, nor a definitive list — surely some important names were left out, to make room for the lesser-known. Nonetheless, they all are worth watching.