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Too dumb to understand this. Said as much out loud when the movie ended and my friends confidently explained the synopsis, and I literally did not pick up on any of it. Felt like I was listening to freeform jazz only to have the lights come on and see everybody crying. It sure felt like a nice movie though! Everyone’s just bringing their A game here. Buckley is such a talent, and Toni Collette is one of the funniest actors we…
hello my name is christopher nolan, welcome to masterclass
today I will be discussing how I add emotional depth to my characters
first I add woman
then i add child
and we're done!
thank you for watching
I don’t really know what to say about this? Doesn’t deserve the *absurd* hate but also doesn’t justify certain parts. Beautiful cinematography (great final shot) and all the child performances are fantastic. I really love the energy Doucouré is able to bring to the screen and I love a lot of what this is attempting to do. But it’s kinda empty sometimes and offers just enough to give you a surface level exploration of this kinda topic. The baby deserved more screen time.
Bold of Disney to finance and release a movie about a megacorporation that destroys the Earth
we drove 2 hours from LA to san diego just to see Tenet! At The Drive-In then spent about 75% of the trip home complaining about basically every aspect.
it’s a puzzle box with no reward or sense of satisfaction. i enjoy being challenged by complex films when they proffer some sort of emotional truth, but Tenet is all logos and no pathos — the only time any character exhibited any remotely mortal quality was when robert pattinson got sleepy…
popped into the theater during various scenes while at work tonight and realized i’m done having fun with this: what good is a complex plot if it’s too hard to hear or understand, and why hire an actor as good as elizabeth debicki just to be used as a human punching bag? i love plenty of nolan’s other films, but someone as monumental as him doesn’t deserve the benefit of the doubt anymore when it comes to something as simple…
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