Acclaimed auteur Christopher Nolan (Memento, The Prestige, The Dark Knight) wrote and directed this historical thriller about the Dunkirk evacuation during the early days of World War II. When 400,000 British and Allied troops end up trapped on the beaches of Dunkirk, France, following a catastrophic defeat, a number of civilian boats set out to rescue them before they are decimated by the approaching Nazi forces. Fionn Whitehead, Tom Glynn-Carney, Jack Lowden, Harry Styles, Aneurin Barnard, James D'Arcy, Barry Keoghan, Kenneth Branagh, Cillian Murphy, Mark Rylance, and Tom Hardy star.~Jack Rodgers
The film - another victory from Nolan. Outside of Interstellar, he's yet to bring us anything but top of the line story and visuals, with this film being yet another example of such quality. And this steelbook is a beautiful edition for collector's.
Was really looking forward to this movie when it came out, but never got a chance to see it in theaters and I couldn’t find the steel book as it was sold out, but this movie for $10 is still a steal and was phenomenal!
Dunkirk is an amazing movie. A movie with an amazing premise. Great cinematography, score, sound, and visuals. A very personal movie about survival that feels real. One of Christopher Nolan's best! Steelbook includes double blu ray, the movie and special features, as well as DVD and digital copy!
Christopher Nolan has never failed on the story side but his film language was always very simple, which worked, but after tackling Dunkirk which is mainly dialogue free he was pushed to use his camera more and Dunkirk is a triumph of his ability to direct.
Dunkirk follows the exploits of three different characters involved in different elements of the evacuation of theBritish Expeditionary Force at the beginning of World War II. The plot is intriguing and moves quickly.
Dunkirk is a pretty splid war type movie. Extra fun because its loosely based on actual events. Worth a watch for sure. I got the steelbook case which is always cool and fun to look at and feel. Blu ray disc is your standard HD experience which is always excellent. Would recommend.
I have to admit. I haven't watched it yet. I do enjoy watching war movies, especially around WWI and WWII. I heard this was a good film and on 4k it looked spectacular. I'm sure it sounds great too. I have a 5.1 setup nothing fancy like Atmos