Dunkirk Official Reviews Discussion

The 2017 World War II thriller about the evacuation of British and Allied troops from Dunkirk beach.
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It's still his best score on Rotten Tomatoes since The Dark Knight.

Metacritic is at 94 based on 50 reviews, which is just staggering.
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Dragon_316ca wrote:RT: 91%

Fresh: 169
Rotten: 16

Avg rating: 8.7/10

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I feel so glad/relief that PHIL VILLARREAL gives Dunkirk a rotten mark

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Dunkirk is more for criticks than normal people.

People dont like war/movie without screenplay, lead hero, dialogues, blood and visable enemy.

Dunkirk is not movie for everyone.

RT 171/16 91% 8.6
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jemme wrote:It's still his best score on Rotten Tomatoes since The Dark Knight.

Metacritic is at 94 based on 50 reviews, which is just staggering.
It could very well end up with similar to Inception's 86% on RT while staying above 90 on MC. That is pretty crazy polarization between the blogger critics and supposed top critics.

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redfirebird2008 wrote:
jemme wrote:It's still his best score on Rotten Tomatoes since The Dark Knight.

Metacritic is at 94 based on 50 reviews, which is just staggering.
It could very well end up with similar to Inception's 86% on RT while staying above 90 on MC. That is pretty crazy polarization between the blogger critics and supposed top critics.
Inception is 74% on MC and 86% on RT

http://www.metacritic.com/movie/inception/
https://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/inception
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rbej wrote:
redfirebird2008 wrote:
jemme wrote:It's still his best score on Rotten Tomatoes since The Dark Knight.

Metacritic is at 94 based on 50 reviews, which is just staggering.
It could very well end up with similar to Inception's 86% on RT while staying above 90 on MC. That is pretty crazy polarization between the blogger critics and supposed top critics.
Inception is 74% on MC

http://www.metacritic.com/movie/inception/
Yes. That's normal. MC is supposed to be lower than the Tomato percentage (RT is 86% for Inception). Dunkirk is looking at the exact opposite scenario where MC stays above 90 and RT percentage possibly goes down into the mid-80's.

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The space between the elite critics and blogger critics are quite telling.

Also, I'm not surprised to see the people of youtube and such not liking this film at all.

RT score is irrelevant from this point forward. MC has spoken and the acclaim is rapturous.

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No, Interstellar was the first

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noodberd wrote:No, Interstellar was the first
Yes. You right. This is surprised for me.

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