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'Darkest Hour' review: So we're gonna have two Dunkirk movies at the Oscars

Mashable Gary OldmanGary Oldman
Wednesday, 13 September 2017 ()

Yeah, Gary Oldman's going to the Oscars this year. More importantly, he deserves to go to the Oscars this year. His performance as Winston Churchill in Darkest Hour is that good.

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Directed by Joe Wright (Atonement) and written by Anthony McCarten...
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