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.
prince0gotham wrote:I didn't like it and the title is bad
he didn't like it and thought the title was bad!

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mchekhov 2: Chek Harder wrote:
prince0gotham wrote:I didn't like it and the title is bad
he didn't like it and thought the title was bad!
he's mad I didn't talk about fractals too


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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-da ... kirk-beach

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

Hope you guys like it.


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That article is even more pretentious than this so-called 'film'. Bad!

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only the blossoming in mind's eye part imo

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Mabuhay from the Philippines!!!

Why would we hate a Nolan film?
I think its brilliant. Divinely directed. Filmed very majestically. Having actually watched the film just now, it made me understand the Dunkirk spirit the British people have. A miracle so it was in Dunkirk. And may this film continue to inspire more audiences around the world. At least before theatres roll out Marvel's Inhumans.

Mabuhay ka Christopher Nolan! Nawa'y magpatuloy pa kayo sa paggawa ng mga katangi-tanging pelikula hindi lamang para sa mga Briton maging sa lahat ng lahi ng tao.

Looking forward for that Bond film and Howard Hughes film!

10/10

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Thank you all for the incredibly kind words btw, really made my day.

Virgo can put me down as an A+.

I think it's Nolan's best, probably. Seems to do better everything he's been trying to tap into his entire career.


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Overall, hulk's piece is wonderful but not sure he's right about Nolan's approach to love. I've read most of the big pieces out there.

Personally, I'm a lot more interested in how Nolan uses fractal narrative structures (a Tesseract is essentially a fractal structure) to find new ways to tell a story. It's somewhat similar to what David Foster Wallace did with Infinite Jest with a Sierpinski Triangle.


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Great read Vader. I can tell you really put a lot of heart into that.

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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-da ... kirk-beach

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

Hope you guys like it.


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Well done. Continue to be yourself, which is really more of a request than advice since idk anything about that line of work and thats something I'm wrestling with in regards to employment/breaking into future employment.

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