Mubi #17 of 2021
A visual achievement in filmmaking, that sacrifices plot and character development for gimmicky film and special effects.
Roger Deakins is once again in top form, while Thomas Newman's score for the most part is magnificant.
For the most part, the first half is gripping and believable, the second part however, descends into melodramatic cliches, and checks off the standard list of war film requirements.
Was expecting much more from a Best Film winner.