Discussion in 'Entertainment Forum' started by iCarly Rae Jepsen, Aug 4, 2016.
Saw it again in IMAX on Friday. Definitely the best movie I’ve seen this year.
I want to see it again because it all went by in a blur for me. I remember really liking it but not loving it.
After seeing The Last Jedi tonight, I'm ready to call this the best movie of the year (coming from a huge Star Wars fan).
As a diehard Nolan fan, my boredom of war movies in general couldn't save this for me. Insanely well shot and masterfully made though.
Watched this again tonight.
It’s maybe my favorite of the year ... just incredible.
I was so damn impressed by this. Nolan has become such a reliable purveyor of mainstream blockbuster greatness, and Dunkirk may well be the best example of that. Even being a Nolan fan, I was skeptical going in that anyone could do anything new or interesting with WWII; I was wrong.
I'm That Person who watched it because Harry styles was in it so it being actually good was a nice bonus
I watched it last night again. Definitely my favorite of the year. The cinematography in 4K..... Probably a top 3 Nolan film for me as well honestly.
Agreed , this is definitely my favorite of the year. I’ve never felt so tense in a theater before.
This and Blade Runner were my favorites from this year.
Can’t wait for the Nolan collection to get here Tuesday.
Do we know what Nolan’s next project is?
Just saw Darkest Hour. Great companion piece to this
I haven't seen Darkest Hour yet but I've heard they both go together beautifully.
The evacuation of Dunkirk is mentioned in the movie and there’s a shot of civilian boats traveling across the English Channel.
This movie is honestly underrated.
Underrated? Over $500 million at box office and poised for numerous Oscar noms on Tuesday.
Blu-ray’s on amazon for only $10 this week
Good looks, just picked it up
My roommates and I broke in our new 4k tv and surround sound system with this movie. Still amazing. Tense from start to finish. Favorite of 2017 for sure.
I still can't get over this movie. I loved how Christopher Nolan didn't have to incorporate blood and gore to show the true horror of war.
Finally saw this for the first time since it was back in theaters. Dont love it as much as others but really liked it still. And even though I didnt like it as much Id still call it a masterpiece. Really cant imagine this movie being executed any better than it was.
Nolan already won with this movie but I hope he gets an Oscar for it somehow.