It's for sure a good, solid film, with some incredibly disturbing and hard-hitting scenes, but I feel like this gets more credit for it's story than for the actual craft at hand from start to finish.
Dunkirk is simply a great film, grounded to near-perfection in a unique way. Christopher Nolan and Hans Zimmer alike have taken what could've been another typical World War II epic and turned it into something extraordinary. From the very start to the very end, I was pretty much hooked. The action got a bit exhausting, especially in the format I saw it in, but that's pretty much the point. War is unspeakable in many ways, inescapable, but what makes this…