Dunkirk Industry/Celebrity Buzz

The 2017 World War II thriller about the evacuation of British and Allied troops from Dunkirk beach.
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>mansplaining

*facepalm*

Well as long as he gives Dunkirk a positive review I suppose....

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nightfury93 wrote:
Vader182 wrote:Early buzz is almost always mostly positive. There's exceptions, but by definition they're outliers. Interstellar sounded like, low 80s mixed, now 70% mixed. Pirates 5 had hot buzz.

If you're that emotionally invested in Dunkirk's RT score that you'll create weird emotional arguments over why it does/doesn't matter probably seek a therapist lol.


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Thing is in Interstellar's case most of the early buzz came from people/industry people who got an early screening rather than critics. Pirates is a mega franchise film so I'm not surprised it had early buzz even if it turned out bad.

With Dunkirk we're getting a lot of critics raving about it. Now, of course, this doesn't mean all critics feel this way you're right but I still want to believe this is a different scenario than what happened back in 2014.
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Seeing conflicting reports on review embargo. Tomorrow or Monday?

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okungnyo wrote:Why wasn't this tweet included in the screenshot??:

https://twitter.com/davidehrlich/status ... 4516295682
david ehrlich‏ Verified account @davidehrlich

(and i say that as a big fan!)
That guy he's responding to seems like a douche.
And not just b/c of his smarmy attitude towards Nolan films... he also seems to have a certain hatred/disgust for Rex Harrison.

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Also, I remember reading that after the end of a press screening for Interstellar there was a mixed reaction from the audience. Don't feel like digging up the article though. This is a different scenario than Interstellar in 2014.

Also, "mansplaining", cringeworthy.

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ypehmish wrote:Seeing conflicting reports on review embargo. Tomorrow or Monday?
Monday

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Geoffrey wrote:Also, I remember reading that after the end of a press screening for Interstellar there was a mixed reaction from the audience. Don't feel like digging up the article though. This is a different scenario than Interstellar in 2014.

Also, "mansplaining", cringeworthy.
Yeah regardless of the CC score I do think Dunkirk will be better received than Interstellar was.
I'm leaning towards a 83% on RT but with an average rating of 8.2/10 or something. Kind of like "The Revenant," which was divisive but the people who liked it REALLY liked it so the avg. rating was high.

Edit: *KNOCKS ON WOOD*

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What the fuck is mansplaining.

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DHOPW42 wrote:What the fuck is mansplaining.
SJW buzzword.

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