Operation Dunkirk (2017) is a English,German movie. Nick Lyon has directed this movie. Ifan Meredith,Kimberley Hews,Darren Hill,Kyle Hotz are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2017. Operation Dunkirk (2017) is considered one of the best Action,History,War movie in India and around the world.
A band of soldiers must battle their way through Nazi territory to rescue a scientist that could help turn the tide of WWII.
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Asylum movies like this one only exist to piggyback off the popularity of more popular movies and trick gift-givers into buying the wrong movie come Christmas. They take a big-budget movie, such as Christopher Nolan's "Dunkirk", which they know is coming out soon and churn out a movie with a kind of similar plot and a very similar name, but with horrible acting, atrocious writing etc. for near no money at all. It's nothing but a cynical, pseudo-plagiarist con. Don't watch this joke, watch the real "Dunkirk" instead.
This is one of the worst WW2 movies I have ever seen and I have seen dozens. Totally unreal, the costumes/uniforms on both English and German sides were pathetic, as was the acting, as was the apparent unlimited ammunition and tactics. Bizarre is another word to describe it. Not worth the time or money.
the 'It's an Asylum movie' says it all. Thanks, Emma. As she said, the Asylum company bank quite literally on rapidly releasing slapstick movies that piggyback on the big releases. Most big ticket movies have an associated asylum movies. This is no exception. Not worth anyone's time. Don't help them make another one. Don't rent it.
I have spent many years on IMDb, reading reviews of films and checking actors, but this film is so bad that I have gone through the lengthy registration process in order to express the feelings of rage it produced. I do not expect complete accuracy in a work of fiction, but in order to enjoy a film there must be some semblance of reality in order to maintain the necessary "suspension of disbelief" required of an audience. Let's just consider some of the film's major failings: The uniforms worn by both sides, particularly the British, are what may be found by wandering around a military surplus store and picking up at random. The Parachute Regiment did not exist in 1940 so red berets and para cap badges are ridiculous. The men wear a mixture of regular army and para clothing and equipment. Don't get me started on the helmets. The military vehicles are a mixture of units from different countries and different eras, mostly American. A jeep in 1940? The troops of both sides have no idea of tactical movement or fire control. The Germans use enormous numbers of rounds to shoot one Frenchman in the back. Both sides use a mixture of weapons, some of which were not issued in 1940. Few of the actors know how to carry or control a weapon properly. The Frenchwoman in particular would not only miss but probably hurt herself holding her rifle as she does. A British officer asking his men if they want to continue the mission? Overall, I can only assume that the director felt no need to consult a military adviser. If we add to this the stilted dialogue, the cartoon German "baddie" and the ability of everyone in 1940 to understand what an algorithm is, you can see why, despite my best efforts I could not watch it to the end. Better never to start watching.
The single worst 'war' movie I have ever seen - switched off in less than 20 minutes. No effort was taken in authenticity or for that matter story line or production. Pretty much everything covered already by other posts here. Really should check IMDb in future before hand instead of wasting time and spondoolitz!