Eh, I don’t have any problem with Dunkirk unlike a lot of people out there. Loved it, actually. Thoroughly enjoyed every second of it.
If you expect offensive, plenty of shootouts, bawl-my-eyes-out war drama, you won’t really see it in Dunkirk. It’s less violent yet full-on suspense, and at the same time surprisingly filled with wholesomeness.
Some scenes feel like it’s told enough through gestures and expressions alone, that the dialogue isn’t even needed to pull emotion from the viewers (me, at least).
The scores, though. It heightened the suspense A LOT, to the point it makes the film feels way too intense than it actually is.