Goddamnit. I loved the first half and then Shane Black starts thinking autism is a superpower and we get catapulted off the goddamn rails
"All we did is survive."
Dunkirk reminded me why I loved Christopher Nolan movies. I was lukewarm at best on The Dark Knight Rises and Interstellar, his last two flicks, and that bled over into my desire to see Dunkirk. But I'm glad I finally did, because fuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu
Nolan is one of the best visual storytellers in the game. There can't be more than 10 minutes' worth of dialogue in this entire movie, and it didn't need it.…
"A fanboy always knows a hater."
I knew I wouldn't like this movie, but I didn't think I'd hate it.
Then a grown man punched an 18-year old for calling him a noob and I realized this was another monster entirely.
This gelatinous hunk of reheated Spielberg leftovers made me want to go home and throw away every video game I own, burn my movie collection, and dump any action figure taking up residence on my shelves into the garbage…