Ηλσι (Louis-Charles)’s review published on Letterboxd:
I always regretted not seeing Interstellar on the big screen. When Dunkirk was announced, I promised myself I wouldn't miss my chance a second time; it's good thing I kept this promise. This really is a movie you need to see on the big screen. It won't be the same on your TV in your home and please, oh please, don't watch it on a fucking cellphone. It's glorious. It's intense. It looks awesome (those sky and beach shots are insane). If Hans Zimmer's score for Interstellar was more emotional, the one for Dunkirk is all about tension. A clock constantly ticking only add to the thrill of what is happening on the screen. I actually saw the movie in 70MM and couldn't really notice any peculiar differences, although the colours seemed darker. Maybe if I were to see a digital version I'd see the difference. I might have expected a little bit more from the movie, but still, Dunkirk is really great. It's intense, spectacular, loud, thrilling. See this in theatres.