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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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That is a fine read, Vader. Well worth the wait.
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Great read indeed. Super insightful and on point.
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Ya that was a fantastic read.
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Vader182 wrote:I'm extremely excited to share with you guys that I, uh, wrote a thing for RogerEbert.com:

http://www.rogerebert.com/balder-and-dash/surviving-time-on-dunkirk-beach

and this is precisely why there's been such a delay.

Hope you guys like it.


-Vader

Wow, WOWWWWWW. Possibly the best film review I've ever read :clap: Great job, man. Now I want to go see this a fourth time!
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Fantastic piece, Vader! :gonf:

Matt Zoller Seitz has tweeted it out like three times today, that's awesome. Good to see a Nolan Fan writing for Ebert's website.
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Vader don't forget what I said about riding your coattails now that you're famous :clap: :clap: I totally meant it
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I didn't like it and the title is bad
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Nice review, Vader. It was worth the wait and hype lol. I really enjoy reading your stuff.
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Fantastic read! What I liked the most about it, was that 60+% of it wasn't just a regular recap of the film, like most reviews. But instead you pulled out important moments and broke them down. It's brilliant.
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