Well made. Not your "Hollywood" usual crap. Very close to the real thing.
This movie was just bad! No real plot and it just skipped around allot. Doesn't real explain what was going on much. It was a real story but not well delivered.
This movie was okay, even though a little hard to follow in the beginning.
Not factual, not the complete story!
No history. Little dialogue.
Simply jumps from scene to scene of noise and chaos.
Possibly Hollywood's idea of modern art.
Well written movie, but lacked a strong central theme. The acting was fair to good. Several of the scenes were worthwhile. Worth seeing on TV/Netflix, but probably not worth the price of going out and buying food drinks at the concession stand. There could have been so much more focus on truly heroic characters that t6he warm and fuzzy feeling felt unearned at the conclusion of this film...
Absolutely amazing ... for a movie with little dialogue the time went so fast and I was mesmerized by how the movie was chronicled from day 1 to the end.
Total gratitude for those willing to risk the danger of rescue and what it took to save those men. I thoroughly enjoyed this movie as a female and lover of history.
This film missed the most significant aspect of the Dunkirk evacuation: the mobilization by ordinary Englishman of everything that could float in order to get the troops off the beach. Some attempt was made at this in the film, but it was by no means the most important. In fact, I'm not sure what was important in this film.
Great depiction of history
Running Time: 107 min.
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Fionn Whitehead, Tom Glynn-Carney, Jack Lowden, Harry Styles, Aneurin Barnard, James D'Arcy, Barry Keoghan, Kenneth Branagh, Cillian Murphy, Mark Rylance, Tom Hardy
Battle of Dunkirk