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Master Virgo wrote:
June 22nd, 2018, 4:48 am
Dunkirk is orgasm. You people will eternally burn in movie hell for this heresy.£

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Master Virgo wrote:
June 22nd, 2018, 4:48 am
Dunkirk is orgasm. You people will eternally burn in movie hell for this heresy.£
Interstellar all the way.

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Master Virgo wrote:
June 22nd, 2018, 4:48 am
Dunkirk is orgasm. You people will eternally burn in movie hell for this heresy.£
The lack of blood REALLY hurts the movie for me, amongst other things like some plot conveniences.

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there's blood on
George's head
also haven't you seen some of the paris attacks on TV? There's not always blood so clearly visible when someone is shot

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Nomis wrote:
June 23rd, 2018, 6:20 am
there's blood on
George's head
also haven't you seen some of the paris attacks on TV? There's not always blood so clearly visible when someone is shot
There's no going back after Saving Private Ryan, released about 20 years before, not that i expect every war movie to be of that level, but i certainly expected Nolan's to.

Dunkirk just felt dull, fake and because of it, tensionless.
George's death sequence was awful by the way, not Miranda Tate level of awful, but awful nonetheless.

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This dude has 3 posts and it's just him slamming a masterfully made movie. Ignore the dude lol

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I agree with him. Not for the reasons he mentioned, but the movie did feel tensionless for me as well. It wasn't because of blood, or lack thereof, that's not necesary. But because I didn't care for any of the characters on screen. Some were downright awkwardly developed and you could't really make me remember what any of their names were. The only real moment of terror was when one guy had to decide whether he's going to drown or burn - that was brutal. Other than that? Nothing

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Bacon wrote:
June 23rd, 2018, 6:11 pm
This dude has 3 posts and it's just him slamming a masterfully made movie. Ignore the dude lol
The dude is just explaining why Dunkirk is his least favorite Nolan movie because someone replied about this subject, but if you prefer to judge someone by the amount of posts, no problem.

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01) Inception
02) Dunkirk
03) Interstellar
04) The Dark Knight
05) The Dark Knight Rises
06) The Prestige / Memento
08) Batman Begins
09) Following
10) Insomnia

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01) Inception 10/10
02) The Dark Knight 10/10
03) The Prestige 10/10
04) Memento 10/10
05) Dunkirk 10/10
06) Interstellar 10/10
07) The Dark Knight Rises 9/10
08) Batman Begins 9/10
09) Insomnia 9/10
10) Following 6/10

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