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Dunkirk Review

 

Clocking in at only 107 minutes long, it’s tightly paced, and end-to-end it is furnished with stunning sequences that leave you holding your breath. It’s just a shame that the great writer/director completely forgot to provide the film with any filled-out characters or plot threads.

Clocking in at only 107 minutes long, it’s tightly paced, and end-to-end it is furnished with stunning sequences that leave you holding your breath. It’s just a shame that the great writer/director completely forgot to provide the film with any filled-out characters or plot threads.

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By Max Schindler