Scott Bailey’s review published on Letterboxd:
Bumped up to 5 stars on the rewatch. I think it was actually the non-linear timeline that caught me off guard the first time I watched it. It all feels seemlessly edited together, and the film loses none of its power the second time around. I still felt scared watching the soldiers on land, the story on the boat made me feel noucious and the spitfire scenes are just so dizzying to watch. The most terrifying sound you will ever hear are the sound of guns being fired and that screeching sound of German warfighter planes. It is 110 minutes of non-stop white-knuckle war tension where survival is the only goal.
Living in a time where a man like Christopher Nolan makes films is something I am truly greatful for. Plus I think this might be my favourite Hans Zimmer score. :)