The first thing I noticed was the main character's beard - I spent most of the film just wishing he'd get a shave, it looked ridiculous and doesn't suit the character. It became such a pet peeve of mine that I really didn't care for the character at all - which, since he is the main man of the film was a bit of a shame!The very first thing you notice when watching this film is the sound.
Beard aside lol, I had absolutely zero issues with the dialogue except where it was deliberate. Later on in the film you get to hear what was actually said. But that was the disc on my half decent sounding system. This mix makes my "budget" system sound like the main Cineworld Atmos theatre. Your average local cinema has crappy audio, so....The next thing is the muffled dialogue, or rather the overbearance of all the other sound, neutering the dialogue.
Oh, and the story isn't that good!
B- Mr Nolan. Could do better!
Definitely in terms of discovering more of the story. But the only issue I have is if I will ever get around to it lol.Some movies you can watch several times or more. This is one of them.
Dammit, I actually knew that whilst watching it, but was too busy cribbing up on tech specs from the cameras they used and multiple aspect ratios at the cinema for the tech specs tab on the review that I didn't go back and change the text. Have to say, I didn't really find it distracting at all in watching..Psst, it's 2.20:1 and 1.78:1
Yup, I'll try and pop it on later and check.Any chance you could confirm the exact running time? I believe the international version is 02:30:10
The UK version got 9 seconds cut off?
Wow, those are some crazy graphs. I don't think I've come across another disc quite this bass-expressive.Indeed, all the bass, all the time
errm?Wow, those are some crazy graphs. I don't think I've come across another disc quite this bass-expressive.
Do you really want me to throw up the graphs for those as well...and comes complete with Dark Knight Rises / Interstellar levels of booming bass
I completely agree. For me, Dunkirk upmixed is nigh on a perfect Audio track.We complain about Nolan not accepting Atmos/DTS-x mixes, but an up-mixed Nolan DTS-HD track sounds as good as many proper DTS-x mixes.
"A Branagh's beard is never too long, nor is it too short, it is precisely the length he means it to be"Speaking of beards, I couldn't stop staring at Kenneth Branagh's face. It was the most perfectly shaped and consistently even beard I've ever seen
Careful throwing up those graphs, please; some may have sharp edges!Do you really want me to throw up the graphs for those as well