Ryley Mann’s review published on Letterboxd:
I honestly don't know what to write. Just wow. Seriously, this is one of the most intense theatrical experiences I've ever had. The amazing sound design, the flawless direction by Nolan and the incredible score from Hans Zimmer all add up to a film that took my breath away, yet at the same time made me barely breathe, because of how relentless it is. It's quite the film and is almost flawless. This is a near masterclass film that everybody should see. The battle sequences are amazing. The pace is never lets up once. The cinematography is gorgeous and the acting is great from everyone(I think Hardy and Rylance are the standouts.)
I'm still trying to process it all, but it's one that I really and highly recommend that you watch in theaters. It's quite the experience and one you probably haven't had before in a theater. I'm not the greatest writer out there, so I'm probably not describing just amazing this film really is, but trust me, it really is fantastic. Definitely one of Nolan's top 3 best films and one of the best films made so far this year. (Sorry for the garbage review, but this is all I can come up with for now). Thanks for reading.