Bas van Stratum’s review published on Letterboxd :
A bunch of random scenes and sound/music telling me something exciting is happening, or something sad, or joyful, and I should be feeling the corresponding feels. Yeah, whatever. This movie tells nothing, it's about nobody, and I'm left feeling nothing one way or another. But I guess it looked nice.
I wouldn't call it a colossal cinematic disaster, but it's just not a very good movie. Just 100 minutes of the same thing over and over. Ships exploding, planes shooting down other planes, people going about their war things. Occasionally in slow motion or close up.
If this were actually about the evacuation itself there might have been something there. But there's nothing there that suggests it was an eight day operation, or of the grand scale and the impact of the rescue. Most of this movie could've happened anywhere or anytime in any war situation.