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(508278) 7.9 106 min 2017

Dunkirk is a movie starring Fionn Whitehead, Barry Keoghan, and Mark Rylance. Allied soldiers from Belgium, the British Empire, and France are surrounded by the German Army, and evacuated during a fierce battle in World War II.

Tom Hardy, Fionn Whitehead, Barry Keoghan, Mark Rylance
History, War, Thriller, Action, Drama
Christopher Nolan

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
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Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres History, War, Thriller, Action, Drama
Director Christopher Nolan
Writer Christopher Nolan
Stars Tom Hardy, Fionn Whitehead, Barry Keoghan, Mark Rylance
Country France, USA, UK, Netherlands
Also Known As Денкерк, ダンケルク, Denkerka, Dunkierka, Cuộc Di Tản Dunkirk, Bodega Bay, Diunkerkas, Dunkerque, 敦克爾克大行動, Dunkerk, Batalia de la Dunkirk, Dunquerque, Δουνκέρκη, Dunkirk: The IMAX Experience
Runtime 1H 46M
Description World War II. The enemy forces have cornered four hundred thousand British and French soldiers on the French coast at Dunkirk. A small number of primarily-French soldiers are guarding the perimeter, where the British and French soldiers are amassed, which is getting increasingly smaller as enemy forces advance. Most of those British and French soldiers are now on the beach waiting for destroyers to come and take them back to Britain. Each of the countries are taking care of their own. The British are leaving first and among those the wounded get first priority despite their taking up seven times the space of the able-bodied soldiers. An issue with Dunkirk is that there is only one dock the destroyers can access, which needs to be protected from the enemy bombs. As such, Churchill, newly elected, has put out a call for civilian watercraft to head to Dunkirk both to transport supplies and to transport soldiers from the beach to the destroyers or back to Britain if at all possible. Within this situation, four general stories are told. In one, Commander Bolton, the top British Naval officer on the ground, knows deep in his heart that the soldiers are largely sitting ducks on the beach as the enemy planes fly over. He knows that the situation is a catch-22 for the British in that they need to bring as many soldiers safely home as possible at the depletion of their military resources, which in turn they need to preserve for the day if, but more likely when, the enemies make their way onto British soil. In the second story, a squadron of three Royal Air Force Spitfires are amongst those limited air resources that are embarking in dog fights with enemy planes, while protecting the soldiers on the ground. In the process, they have to ensure their own safety in order to provide what is needed for the ground soldiers, which includes knowing about things like fuel levels and having enough to make their way back to home base whenever required. In the third story, two soldiers meet on the beach, the two of them knowing that the longer they remain on the beach, the likelier they are not to survive this skirmish. As such, they try to do whatever they need to to make it onto one of those destroyers or any other watercraft making its way back to Britain. However, making it aboard a ship does not necessarily ensure their survival, and in the final story, Mr. Dawson, his young-adult son Peter, and their seventeen-year-old friend George are on Dawson's pleasure craft making its way to Dunkirk to do their part in the war effort, all realizing the dangers involved. They have to decide at each step along the way if they will focus on personal problems or if they will continue on to assist in the war, as was their first priority when they left Britain.

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Wednesday, 01 Jul 2020 15:53

Christopher Nolan's Dunkirk tells the true story of the 3rd world war and the human toll from the air raid on the beach of Dunkirk in June 1940. Not wanting to be unduly disturbed by the traditional "fight the war with your eyes closed" approach, Nolan took on the task of telling the story in the most brutal and uncompromising way possible. For a WWII story it has been told before in a way that I'm sure was inspired by the times and the stories told in the lead up to the war. Dunkirk is on a completely different level, and is a story of humanity at its most horrible and the human toll of the war is on a bloody scale, as one would expect. The battle scenes are intense and really showcase what a war can do to the human body and soul. Many may complain about the unnecessary use of CGI and destruction of history, and it is true, but there is an intense visual style to this movie that is reminiscent of Christopher Nolan's previous work in Memento and Inception. I won't go into detail about the plot, but all in all this is a story that is timeless and well worth telling. The acting is uniformly brilliant. Matthew is good, but his performance is overshadowed by the excellence of the other main actors. The three of them perform brilliantly, the movie is not long, and there are many emotional scenes. From emotional to a frightening scene you won't be able to tear yourself away from the screen. All the key roles in the movie play their parts in a very believable manner and their performances give the movie a real sense of reality. For those who don't want to watch this movie for any reason, I'd recommend watching it once and for those who do, then keep an open mind and not be too hard on it.
Sunday, 10 May 2020 15:31

The world's been rocked and rattled by many an battle - or so it seems. On Christmas Day, 1944, two British ships, the Gneisenau and the King George V, are torpedoed by the German U-boats. In the ensuing clash between the crews, one sailor dies and the second, the sole survivor of the attack, is captured and taken to the castle of Dunkirk, where he is murdered. Without his body and with no other crew, he is left to his fate by the ruthless dictator, General Sir Winston Churchill. Dunkirk is the story of one man's survival. His name is Harry Potter, a young orphan from the streets of London who grows up to become a mysterious, mysterious boy who goes by the name of Harry Potter. At this point, Dunkirk is no longer a film, but an adventure movie. It is set in the near future. People now have electric shoes, no electricity is needed anymore, people can just walk. The environment is a perfect replica of the trenches of World War II. The temperature, the humidity, the seasons, the rain, it's all exactly like it was back then. Unfortunately, the protagonist of Dunkirk, Harry Potter, is an orphan, orphaned by a tragedy in his past. He has been raised in the ghettos of London, and during the war, he was taken in by a mysterious black man named Dodger Smith. Dodger, who apparently knows Harry Potter, takes him under his wing. They teach him the ways of the magical world, and provide him with a life of comfort and safety. Now, Harry has never left London, never left the safety of the Potter family. The Potter children are a wealthy family, and live their lives with luxury. They are engaged in an athletic contest that is scheduled for Christmas Day, which makes Harry the focus of all of the family's attention. If he wins, he will be able to return to his family with his aunt, uncle, and cousin. If he loses, he will be at the mercy of the Nazis. All of this changes when Harry meets a girl who is only seven years old. Through a series of events, Harry and his friends, who have been dropped off on the Normandy coast, find themselves in a situation that makes them question their lives. And the Potter family is about to find out just what the group of kids in the attic are up to. First, they are to take on a mission that will lead them to Nazi territory in Belgium. And then they are taken to Dunkirk. In an adventure that will take them across England, they will have to learn about war, and all of the decisions they are going to make. This is a film for adults. I can't say enough about it. It is a story that is still very relevant today. I loved it. I couldn't have asked for a better adventure. It is action packed. The soldiers in the film are all real soldiers. I liked the way they were presented. They were all soldiers, but each had their own

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