Christopher Nolan’s newest movie Dunkirk has drawn quite a bit of critical attention, for all the right reasons, with reviews praising it for its historical accuracy and incredible cinematography. Nolan is best known for his stellar work on Batman Begins, The Dark Knight and his meh work on The Dark Knight Rises and Interstellar.

The film will be released to the public this week, on the 21st July, and stars Mark Rylance, Tom Hardy, Cillian Murphy, Harry Styles (no, seriously), Damien Bonnard and Aneurin Barnard.

Here’s what the big reviewers are saying:

Empire“A spare, propulsive, ever-intensifying combat thriller, Nolan’s history lesson is both a rousing celebration of solidarity and the tensest beach-set film since Jaws.”

Entertainment Weekly – “This is visceral, big-budget film-making that can be called Art. It’s also, hands down, the best motion picture of the year so far.”

Variety “This is what audiences want from a Nolan movie, of course, as a master of the fantastic leaves his mark on historical events for the first time.”

IGN“…through its miraculous events, Nolan and an outstanding cast of both young unknowns and veterans are able to depict not only the overwhelming, inhuman forces in play but the power of small acts of decency and bravery.”

The Hollywood Reporter – “…this is the film that Christopher Nolan earned the right to make thanks to his abundant contributions to Warner Bros. with his Dark Knight trilogy. He’s made the most of it.”

So yeah, if you’re up for a WW2 film this month, Nolan has you covered, it would seem.