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Allied soldiers from Belgium, the British Empire, Canada, and France are surrounded by the German army and evacuated during a fierce battle in World War II. (imdb)

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Dunkirk belongs to 39 collections
1. IMDB Top 250 (public: moderated by ppinocchio - 103 stars)
2. Academy Award - Oscar - Best Picture and Nominees (public: moderated by smviper00 - 31 stars)
4. World War 2 (public: moderated by td888 - 12 stars)
5. Films available in HD (public: moderated by kubricksucks - 12 stars)
6. 1940s period film (public: moderated by djross - 3 stars)
7. Worldwide box office over $500,000,000 (public: moderated by djross - 2 stars)
8. Hans Zimmer (composer) (public: moderated by nauru - 1 star)
9. 90th Academy Awards: Nominated (public: moderated by 5Z5qjRCfM2 - 1 star)
10. Oscar: Film Editing (public: moderated by CarsonWid)
11. Next Up (public: moderated by davidysteph)
12. 90th Academy Reminder List (2017) (public: moderated by cowfrappe)
13. 75th Golden Globe Nominees - 2017 (public: moderated by cowfrappe)
14. 90th Academy Awards Nominations - Best Picture (public: moderated by SageSledge)
15. Djross war movie of the decade (private: djross - 1 star)
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68 10%
Apr 21 Garvey
80 34%
Apr 21 ezgiozk ezgiozk
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Apr 20 ethan3lp
70 36%
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85 58%
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Apr 20 Lion
88 37%
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90 44%
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78 8%
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80 30%
Apr 20 ClarkyCat
85 63%
Apr 20 LordBeefJerk
70 69%
Apr 19 semioticus
63 28%
Apr 19 VileProne
82 88%
Apr 19 Topaz Topaz
70 52%
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82 81%
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76 80%
Apr 18 burutuza burutuza
70 50%
Apr 18 kennkoon kennkoon
74 60%
Apr 17 mhbtehrani
60 59%
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8 78%
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70 46%
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78 25%
Apr 16 Cbats
100 96%
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35 9%
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60 34%
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84 77%
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66 13%
Apr 15 Kwaidan Kwaidan
43 41%
Apr 14 eomert eomert
70 49%
Apr 14 furbkirb
78 50%
Apr 14 panzerwolf panzerwolf
85 89%
Apr 14 akbsby akbsby
71 54%
Apr 13 GyKM4P
80 40%
Apr 13 bd741 bd741
60 42%
Apr 13 benrad
10 1%
Apr 13 dourface dourface
70 67%
Apr 13 feelnothing feelnothing
64 35%
Apr 13 chmulcr0n chmul_cr0n
55 20%
This proves once and for all that Christopher Nolan is definitely and totally Michael Bay trying to be arthousy and intellectual and clever. With the same result you'd expect from Michael Bay. I appreciate the 70mm aspect, and it surely improves the picture, but considering the boring, desaturated color palette of his last few movies (and this one), it seems like a bit of a waste. It's pretty fucking boring, when it's not silly or stupid, but I have a thing for Nolan and Zimmer, so ...
Apr 12 dancanizales
93 96%
Apr 12 lee182
90 89%
Apr 10 LMFAO
86 97%
Apr 10 ribcage ribcage
88 88%
Nolan continues to prove he's a master of "taking you there", of using the magic of his craft to immerse audiences in visceral vicarious experiences. Dunkirk is the masterpiece of this grab you by the hand, throw you in the action style, making the thrill rides of his previous films, even Interstellar, seem like merely a tease. For this one, Nolan becomes truly one of the greats, a man with precise touch on what strings to pull to make a movie pure magic.
Apr 09 donjepski
70 51%
Apr 09 Astaroth
85 63%
Apr 09 babakeslami babak.eslami
85 87%
Apr 09 vbogenjager
50 10%
Apr 09 gbouras
8 75%
Apr 08 furkanyass
81 67%
Apr 08 KTZvA4
90 86%
Apr 08 JWood527
85 83%
Apr 07 Zabby91 Zabby91
80 83%
Apr 07 Paradigma Paradigma
70 75%
Apr 07 Dubbton Dubbton
4 82%
Apr 06 wr2633
82 58%
Apr 05 pp01
2 19%
Apr 05 NykVarm
76 24%
Apr 05 Afterlife
60 58%
Apr 05 Lakigigar Lakigigar
70 57%
Apr 04 ribtin
80 88%
Apr 04 earthlydel
85 75%
Apr 03 lamborgini
70 60%
Apr 03 theoo
83 50%
Apr 02 amcguir
80 47%
Apr 02 majid2000
95 49%
Apr 02 wony
94 78%
Apr 02 v8aq5e
75 55%
Apr 02 Haden93
78 66%
Apr 02 Llamadeus llama
57 41%
Apr 01 Japeth
78 55%
Apr 01 colwal622
86 47%
Apr 01 elfez
4 57%
Apr 01 chengming
70 60%
It's captivating, and the visuals are great (as is the soundtrack, at least as long as it stays away from the strings). But that does not hide the fact that there isn't much of a story to bring the historical background onto the screen, and the editing is atrocious, making everything seem like filler material for the (highly watchable!) air battles.
Apr 01 mglakner
80 48%
Apr 01 QuickyAPI QuickyAPI ()
72 62%
Apr 01 poeticfilm
85 75%
Apr 01 Djaba
90 46%
Apr 01 hasolta hasolta
90 94%
Mar 31 rfdutra rfdutra
7 58%
Mar 31 selefteria13
69 12%
Mar 31 muisura
85 65%
Mar 31 Ravachol
86 75%
Mar 30 aeginalethe aeginalethe
74 23%
Mar 30 RTCritics
94 87%
Mar 30 RoninMG7 RoninMG7
70 73%
Mar 29 PUNQ
70 96%
Let's appreciate "War Simulators" like Dunkirk (2017) so that we can live the trills of combat without having to actually partake in the gruesome actions.
Mar 29 6dozen
70 33%
Mar 29 ilaydabyk
100 0%
Mar 28 gdconde
82 84%
Mar 28 Oakmoss
77 26%
Mar 27 lx_shelly
80 63%
Mar 27 insane insane
70 68%
Mar 27 mattd124 mattd124
84 82%
Mar 27 itsverythat itsverythat
70 44%
Mar 26 Alican
80 46%
Mar 25 AFlickering AFlickering
37 21%
'Men marched asleep! Many had lost their boots! But limped on! Blood-shod! All went lame! All blind! Drunk with fatigue! Deaf even to the hoots! Of tired! Outstripped! Five-nines! That dropped behind! Gas!!!!!! Gas!!!!!!!!!!!!! Quick, boys!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! An ecstasy of fumbling! Fitting the clumsy helmets just! In! Time! Motherfuckersssss!!!' - a poem by wilfred owen, translated by christopher nolan, read by hans zimmer
Mar 25 icebrain icebrain
72 25%
Mar 25 tatarbey tatarbey
68 20%
Mar 25 eldado
94 91%
Mar 24 horatio5 horatio5
74 87%
Mar 24 lesharle lesharle
64 70%
Mar 24 zubbaba
76 28%
Mar 24 MariosHL
87 85%
Mar 24 saminmoha saminmoha
90 75%
Mar 23 benjamins88 benjamins88
80 31%
Mar 23 quentinho
54 36%
Mar 23 e.martinez
100 83%
Mar 23 Mencius
80 62%
Mar 23 atakanka
75 43%
Mar 23 freyr_rabbit
80 47%
Mar 22 NRpKY5
45 68%
Mar 22 tororosso
100 97%
Mar 22 Yol Grenden
85 86%
Mar 22 racuna racuna
100 91%
Mar 21 nickps912
92 96%
Mar 20 bpaul2345
90 52%
Mar 20 Silp Silp
84 44%
Mar 20 apsays
53 31%
Mar 20 Eressea
85 81%
Mar 19 Thejaff
75 67%
Mar 19 yaisog
70 61%
Mar 19 omzy96
65 6%
Mar 19 sn4kes
60 30%
Mar 19 AndersonLuiz AndersonLuiz
61 50%
Mar 19 judsonlady
80 94%
Action and drama go hand in hand in this epic telling of the evacuation of Dunkirk. Nolan uses quiet to masterful effect. Instead of bogging down the movie with unnecessary dialogue, a single look or expression says it all in this amazing movie. Can you tell I really liked it? Some may be confused by the way everything plays out but given Nolan's other works, should we be surprised?
Mar 18 tony12444
5 46%
Mar 18 zweird
72 54%
Mar 18 sandrocottus
70 7%
Mar 18 Mikix Mikix
78 64%
Mar 17 unalaydogan
85 55%
Mar 17 TonyS.
85 90%
Mar 17 ytergul
88 56%
Mar 17 boeks
90 93%
Mar 16 fireroot
80 91%
Mar 16 lucylarssonx lucylarssonx
71 51%
Mar 16 erendenizk
84 44%
Mar 15 petrichor
74 18%
Mar 15 Tripolie
60 17%
Mar 15 overrated overrated
57 52%
I'm pretty sure at this point Nolan is the same kind of beep-boop, pulse-never-rises-unless-they're-stabbing-a-hobo alien that Mark Zuckerberg is.
Mar 14 geertjan
90 88%
Mar 14 RottenT
92 80%
Mar 14 Luk92 Luk92
75 64%
Mar 13 1217minion
79 41%
Mar 12 intodero
90 69%
Mar 12 RavynLoony RavynLoony
76 88%
Mar 12 ichise ichise
77 62%
Mar 12 MasoudAr
60 19%
Mar 12 Cowman Cowman
85 96%
Mar 11 gordonkohl
90 52%
Mar 11 what0ever
90 87%
Mar 11 DeazMoviez DeazMoviez
70 45%
Mar 11 _TEKI_
75 67%
Mar 11 krtsq
70 14%
Mar 11 Cheese Cheese
60 56%
Mar 11 Quizbeest
65 34%
Mar 11 Zupmine
80 39%
Mar 10 qubit qubit
71 57%
Mar 10 uesoylu uesoylu
94 98%
Mar 10 KeyUtkan KeyUtkan
73 70%
Its not a bad movie but overly estimated like all Nolan's works. Well despite to all original choreography of fiction. ─░ts still a classic WWII movie. Germans are evil other side has golden heart. In this case those are british. Poor acting, very bad transitions, unrealistic heroism (Farrier is the superman of this movie) . And final execution is abusively forced by british director. Its not lie us to decide he forces into it. And very abusive and forcefuly usage of music. Its manipulative
Mar 10 KEzzAP KEzzAP
40 6%
Mar 10 feanorian
90 85%
Mar 10 OnlyMovies
75 68%
Mar 10 KingArturo
60 22%
Mar 10 twijfel twijfel
31 5%
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8 70%
Mar 09 Lord Melkor
87 51%
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40 8%
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70 82%
Mar 09 scottmcc scott.mcc
50 17%
Mar 09 Bigoober
75 21%
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60 10%
Mar 08 dustin dustin
70 53%
Mar 08 Dark_Ryder14
84 66%
Mar 08 Maxu123
42 62%
Mar 08 AAlperA aalperraa
77 62%
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Mar 07 ryansully89
90 78%
Mar 07 MenialRetcon
86 95%
Mar 07 agirdir agirdir
70 31%
Mar 07 MovieCoder MovieCoder
77 58%
Mar 06 Abba Abba
89 89%
Mar 06 Selcuk9 Selcuk9
80 81%
Mar 06 Jamie1
84 80%
Mar 06 manwhonose
88 22%
Mar 06 apataca apataca
73 66%
Mar 06 eagleworm
95 90%
Mar 06 serhatisique serhatisique
90 92%
Mar 06 Carlospro Carlospro
70 45%
Mar 05 msneto msneto
70 54%
Mar 05 gpape
100 73%
Mar 05 mr_black mr. black
90 84%
Mar 05 Yleidus
76 48%
Mar 05 przeemek_
51 8%
Mar 04 mwgerb mwgerb
70 84%
Mar 04 saudade saudade
60 88%
Harry Styles is acting now? A Clockwork Orange remake time.
Mar 04 atreides atreides
85 52%
Mar 04 Calabria Calabria
79 48%
Christopher Nolan finally seems to have accepted the fact that he has no soul and has stopped trying to force an artificial one into his work.
Mar 04 sayat_nova
81 18%
Mar 04 Dery Dery
65 53%
Mar 04 skeptipaul skeptipaul
5 97%
Mar 04 syntaxera
80 39%
Mar 04 Moog
84 66%
Mar 04 lenac lena_c
6 98%
It could have have been just another war movie but it wasn't. It took me a while before I got it (apparently I didn't read the comments in the beginning...) but Nolan is brilliant. Such a "simple" story, so little dialogue and still so much energy and excitement. And it didn't make it worse that I had just watched "Darkest Hour". Beautiful shots by the way. *Fantastic
Mar 04 kuzronk
40 11%
Mar 04 War_Machine War Machine
55 8%
Beachbombs+trysneakboat-pretendwereonit+savedownedgermanpilotNVMenglol+torpedoed+pilotdontwannagoback+sneakerbackonbeach+suicideswimmers+timelinesconfusingmelol+fightersave-waterfire+savedagainwithnofuel
Mar 04 neconomist
92 86%
Mar 04 Prokroustis
80 52%
Mar 04 RigaCrypto Riga_Crypto
15 85%
Mar 03 PepeCamello PepeCamello
60 51%
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75 5%
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Mar 03 mohamad2951 mohamad2951
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99 95%
Mar 03 BahramRoshan BahramRoshan
60 82%
Mar 03 Ajee11
83 82%
Mar 03 AgentSnipe AgentSnipe
83 66%
Really intense & wonderful to look at. The visuals & sound mix really put you in the action. It's really well done on a technical level. The biggest mistake was in the storytelling convention. The action takes place super non-linearly & it is really quite confusing. Nolan gives you one chance to pick up on what he's up to at the very beginning of the movie & if you don't catch on then, you're lost for the remainder of the film. It was really kind of a grave error on his part.
Mar 03 ClammyJim
85 79%
Mar 02 Mohammed Mohammed
70 36%
Mar 02 maneeshgoel
80 63%
Mar 02 zibonaj
70 37%
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80 78%
Mar 02 paula_ii _paula
81 48%
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85 85%
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70 53%
Mar 02 sertalman
60 6%
Mar 02 Postbearpunk
8 59%
Mar 02 omidhom
40 0%
Mar 01 Criminal5 Alex Watkins
3 43%
A curiously bloodless and weightless film about death on a massive scale, which attempts to shape the chaotic events of history into a linear (albeit strangely telescopic) narrative against all rhyme or reason. It's like a World War II film as post-rock, all giant crescendos that never peak or hit you in the gut. I would rather have spent the entire film with Hardy's character, whose perspective offered, quite literally, a new angle on things.
Mar 01 Noblet Noblet
60 35%
Mar 01 apoberkay
65 16%
Mar 01 idealonbir
80 17%
Mar 01 stickfigure!
82 92%
Feb 28 BigEvil Nathan S
4 77%
The first Nolan film that I have enjoyed with unambiguous enthusiasm. Its temporal amalgamation is remnant of his insistence on yarny machinations, but this is an otherwise undiluted and riveting audiovisual episode. The lack of interior characterization and contrived motivations make the film less conventional than its detractors contend. The point is the throng, the scraping and the clawing, the happening and the experience, impressions conveyed in textures only attainable through cinema.
Feb 28 cosekant
95 90%
Feb 28 Cantstopdrew Cantstopdrew
70 47%
Feb 28 ATiM2
74 64%
I'm not sure what's more astonishing: the cinematography, or the absurd lack of character or story or a movie that's actually worth watching.
Feb 28 chaombogho
8 54%
Feb 28 joncel
4 13%
Feb 28 trueiceman
92 88%
Feb 27 sharkeyj1
100 50%
Feb 27 Empsall
78 78%
Feb 27 gwarlek gwarlek
7 73%
Feb 27 cowsniperz
80 28%
Feb 27 Dean_Franz Dean Franz
59 52%
Like the opposite of Hacksaw Ridge- Direct, meticulous, precise, cold. I didn't really care for it (Nolan is not for me), but there's nothing embarassing in here... like, you know, a cosmic bookcase or something.
Feb 27 alinag alinag
88 87%
Feb 27 Omar96amri
70 3%
Feb 26 FennisDembo
5 93%
Feb 26 Raffi
97 82%
Feb 26 mdfleming80
85 67%
Feb 26 lunarstyle lunarstyle
80 47%
Feb 26 oktaygockon oktaygockon
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