Dunkirk - 🎥Movie Review🎥
Dunkirk || 2017
Genre: Action, Drama, History, War
Length: 107 Minutes
Directed by Christopher Nolan
Plot: Allied soldiers from Belgium, the British Empire and France are surrounded by the German army and evacuated during a fierce battle in World War II.
Take a breath first, Joe. You can do it. Dunkirk is my most anticipated movie of the summer, I've been so excited for this movie, mainly because Nolan is directing a war movie, how great is that? And the trailer looks amazing, I watch the trailer every single day. And this film did not disappointing. Dunkirk is brilliant. Easily one of the best movies I've ever seen.
The performances were all top notch, the main dude was fantastic! He's doesn't speak too much, but he can show his emotions through his face, and that is fantastic! Tom Hardy is a very likable present, his eyeballs act very well, poor guy always use a mask. Harry Styles was suprisingly great, he's also doesn't speak much, and he's very good! Kenneth Branagh and Jack Lowden was also terrific, especially Branagh! The stand out was Mark Rylance, he was perfect in this movie, he's a very nice guy and you can feel that, and that's a big plus.
Let's talk about the characters and their development. Nope, they didn't even try to develop the characters, that's actually my only flaw with the movie walking out from it, but the more I think about it, it's actually a big positive, since it adds to the realism that Nolan try to capture, so I can see this movie had a rewatchabilty factor.
The directing in this movie was flawless, Nolan did an oscar-worthy direction in this film. He should already had at least 3 oscars, but yeah, Academy...oh sorry, let's get back to the review. Nolan did an excellent job handling the camera work in this movie, the camera work and cinematography in this movie is top notch, the cinematography is flawless, hands down, the best of the year so far, I said so far, Blade Runner 2049 is right up the corner.