Colin M.’s review published on Letterboxd:
Nolan instills fear in you without even showing the bodies of the enemy. You, the audience, are pinned down with these soldiers and every second is filled with uneasy suspense.
The editing is what really separates this from other straight forward war films. Non linear storytelling is no stranger to Nolan but this time it's far less gimicky.
Zimmer's blaring score could get him his second Oscar and Hoyt delivers yet again in Wally's place.
While it was hard to tell certain character apart, I believe that was an intentional decision by Nolan. Of the ones we got to know, I thought Whitehead and Styles did a pretty good job and of course, Rylance, Barangh and Hardy all bring their A game.
Go see it in IMAX if you can. Best sound mixing of the year so far.