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

Dunkirk Nolan Fans Member Reviews (NFometer)

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antovolk wrote:Gonna write fuller thoughts up in a bit but: as good as I hoped it would be. Nolan at his most experimental and stripped back since MEMENTO. Dying to see it again in IMAX...next Friday morning , full 1570!

Seeing it in non-1.43:1 didn't diminish the experience? :o
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okungnyo wrote:
antovolk wrote:Gonna write fuller thoughts up in a bit but: as good as I hoped it would be. Nolan at his most experimental and stripped back since MEMENTO. Dying to see it again in IMAX...next Friday morning , full 1570!

Seeing it in non-1.43:1 didn't diminish the experience? :o

not at all, but 1.43:1 will benefit it I'm sure, lots of moment where I felt like WOW that would be amazing in IMAX. If I saw 1.43 first then I'd think lesser of this version probably
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It was 70 mm after all, so the impact must still have been fairly great.

It wouldn't have been if it had been a regular digital screen, I assume.
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How would you rank it among other Nolan movies, Ant? And here's something not usually asked of people who enjoyed something: what's its biggest flaw?
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Last edited by antovolk on July 16th, 2017, 3:25 am, edited 1 time in total.
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So five minutes of the prologue = 15 minutes in the actual film?

And:

I'm glad the extra stayed in. Taking the extra out would have been a concession, no matter how small, and a sign that Mr. Nolan compromised his vision because of outside influence, which I don't want.

And it's not that big of a deal. 400,00 men, one of them being a psychopath is not that big of a reach.
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Last edited by antovolk on July 16th, 2017, 3:25 am, edited 1 time in total.
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the smiling extra. can't believe that bastard made it.
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antovolk wrote:I meant - the sequence in the film that the prologue is based around off is 15 minutes into the film.

So five minutes of the prologue = eight minutes in the actual film?
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All I want to know is... does it start with a bang?
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