Tuesday, 22 August 2017


Director: Christopher Nolan
Cast: Fionn Whitehead , Aneurin Barnard , Barry Keoghan , Tom Hardy , Cillian Murphy , James D'Arcy , Mark Rylance , Kenneth Branagh , Harry Styles , Jack Lowden , Adam Long
Plot: Christopher Nolan`s take on the historical Dunkirk Evacuation which took place during World War II, follows the perils faced in evacuating Allied soldiers from the beaches and Harbour of Dunkirk, France, upon being surrounded by the German Army.

My Movie Review: The movie surpassed other war flick for its technically polished visual treat. Dunkirk is one of kind the craftsmanship shown in every frame translate outside the big screen. The momentum starts as the first scene blasted and keep the tense feeling throughout the film. Fionn Whitehead is a fresh face that convey emotions without saying much lines perfectly cast. Tom Hardy flying skill kept me at the edge of my seat even if I don't understand what his doing. The flaws maybe the weak connection of the characters from the audience and cut short in the final act but the main idea still prevails surviving is victory learn to move on cause life goes on!!
My Favorite Character: Commander Bolton

Considering nearly 70,000 British soldiers lost their lives during the Battle Of Dunkirk, when Allied Troops were surrounded by the German army fans should prepare themselves for worst. Commander Bolton was left in the harbor to make sure everyone is safe and helps to rescue the soldiers who were left in trouble in Dunkirk. The movement is considered a turning point in the defeat of the Germans in World War II, which ran from 1939-1945. Dunkirk's evacuation in 1940 has become one of the most defining moments for England during this period, with the miracle happens to the Allied Troops in the Dunkirk managing to save more than 300,000 lives.

Source: https://www.thesun.co.uk/tvandshowbiz/4016594/kenneth-branagh-dunkirk-movies/

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