I really enjoyed this. Not a lot of dialogue but has immense feeling and all of the acting is perfect. Would definitely see in theaters again
not normally my style movie, but it was well made in the fact that it was very up close and personal with it's different perspectives and vivid imagery.
In Dunkirk, an astonishing evocation of a crucial event during the first year of World War II, Christopher Nolan has created something new in the annals of war films—an intimate epic.
The swift-moving, pulse-pounding Dunkirk reveals its filmmaker at his most nimble, supple, and simple.
Dunkirk is an impressionist masterpiece. These are not the first words you expect to see applied to a giant-budgeted summer entertainment made by one of the industry's most dependably commercial big-name directors. But this is a war film like few others, one that may employ a large and expensive canvas but that conveys the whole through isolated, brilliantly realized, often private moments more than via sheer spectacle, although that is here too.