Jacob Olsen’s review published on Letterboxd :
Personally I don't find D-day films that fascinating, but this must be the definitive one, for sure. There's good things here. Worth noting in particular, is a brilliantly shot scene in which French forces occupy a small town just inland. It was filmed from helicopters, lasted a minute or two, and does everything right.
And, btw, when the Americans had Henry Fonda in charge at one beach, Robert Mitchum at another and John Wayne somewhere in between - it's no wonder they won.