Dunkirk Nolan Fans Member Reviews (NFometer)

Christopher Nolan's action triller about the WWII story commonly known as The Miracle at Dunkirk. July 21, 2017.
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Incredible movie

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Law wrote:Incredible movie
Yeet yeet. Can't wait to see more statements like this

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I have so many feelings right now and they're all trying to choke each other out

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9/10

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Guys, when you watch the movie and post your thoughts here, go ahead and write what format you saw it in. Be interesting to keep track of that.

If you want.

Humor me, please. I'm really bored.

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CoolwhipSpecial wrote:Guys, when you watch the movie and post your thoughts here, go ahead and write what format you saw it in. Be interesting to keep track of that.

If you want.

Humor me, please. I'm really bored.
Mine was just a "regular screen," if you will. Digital. Big, but not on film and no switching AR.

Tomorrow I will be seeing in 70mm IMAX.

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70mm

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IMAX Laser for me.
I also rate it at 9/10 btw. Re-watching it this Saturday.

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If I was French, I would probably ban Nolan forever for how he "handled" French army in his film.
Could you tell me more?
There were three times when French appeared, and one time they got mentioned. The first time at the very beginning, when they were defending the beach. The second when they shamefully got pushed back by the English soldier when they tried to resque themselves from this hell on one of their (English) ships. The third time the French character was a traitor. And the mentioning was at the very end, when Bolton says that he stays in Dunkirk to help French people.
Ok, I understand that perfectly that this movie is Angle-centric. But why ignoring French so much? This was a damn shame.

Leave the overall exaltation of all English, including Spitfires, which were treated and spoken about like a machines made by real Gods in the flesh.

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