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The 2017 World War II thriller about the evacuation of British and Allied troops from Dunkirk beach.
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Yeah I would take all of that at face value as I remember there was a lot of insider hype for Interstellar too and people were convinced it would be a heavy Oscars front runner. And then it ended up being Nolans worst reviewed film.

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Lord Shade wrote:All it has to do with is Nolan's fandom, not Dunkirk.

That side of us, unfortunately, is very similar to Styles' fans.
Bigger than DC and Star Wars, though??

Those are gigantic billion-dollar franchises with lifelong fans.
Apocalypse wrote:Yeah I would take all of that at face value as I remember there was a lot of insider hype for Interstellar too and people were convinced it would be a heavy Oscars front runner. And then it ended up being Nolans worst reviewed film.
And I think critics were too harsh on the film.

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okungnyo wrote:
Lord Shade wrote:All it has to do with is Nolan's fandom, not Dunkirk.

That side of us, unfortunately, is very similar to Styles' fans.
Bigger than DC and Star Wars, though??

Those are gigantic billion-dollar franchises with lifelong fans.
Apocalypse wrote:Yeah I would take all of that at face value as I remember there was a lot of insider hype for Interstellar too and people were convinced it would be a heavy Oscars front runner. And then it ended up being Nolans worst reviewed film.
And I think critics were too harsh on the film.
Interstellar is my favorite Nolan film. To be fair I get more excited about films if it drew a polarized reception from critics. I think that tells me the film truly does some off the wall shit that won't sit well with everybody.

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Apocalypse wrote:
okungnyo wrote:
Lord Shade wrote:All it has to do with is Nolan's fandom, not Dunkirk.

That side of us, unfortunately, is very similar to Styles' fans.
Bigger than DC and Star Wars, though??

Those are gigantic billion-dollar franchises with lifelong fans.
Apocalypse wrote:Yeah I would take all of that at face value as I remember there was a lot of insider hype for Interstellar too and people were convinced it would be a heavy Oscars front runner. And then it ended up being Nolans worst reviewed film.
And I think critics were too harsh on the film.
Interstellar is my favorite Nolan film. To be fair I get more excited about films if it drew a polarized reception from critics. I think that tells me the film truly does some off the wall shit that won't sit well with everybody.
That's a good point too.

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okungnyo wrote:
Lord Shade wrote:All it has to do with is Nolan's fandom, not Dunkirk.

That side of us, unfortunately, is very similar to Styles' fans.
Bigger than DC and Star Wars, though??

Those are gigantic billion-dollar franchises with lifelong fans.
I wasn't talking about number of fans, but rather their... um, obstinacy.

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Lord Shade wrote:
okungnyo wrote:
Lord Shade wrote:All it has to do with is Nolan's fandom, not Dunkirk.

That side of us, unfortunately, is very similar to Styles' fans.
Bigger than DC and Star Wars, though??

Those are gigantic billion-dollar franchises with lifelong fans.
I wasn't talking about number of fans, but rather their... um, obstinacy.
I dunno...:

https://variety.com/2016/film/news/suic ... 201829631/

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Apocalypse wrote:Yeah I would take all of that at face value as I remember there was a lot of insider hype for Interstellar too and people were convinced it would be a heavy Oscars front runner. And then it ended up being Nolans worst reviewed film.
That's the attitude I'm taking with it as well. Better to just wait until official reviews are out.

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