posted 27 Aug 2020 18:51, edited 27 Aug 2020 18:51
Saw tenet in an empty screen in Curzon, thought it was brilliant. Possibly my favourite Nolan film.
Edit: totally understand why people wouldn't like it, some of the dialogue is LOL but it's not about that imo
28 Aug 2020 13:05
Noticed quite a few scenes from all the Tenet trailers were either altered or removed from the final version, but guess that happens all the time in post production.
28 Aug 2020 16:03
Haven't seen Tenet yet but have always though Nolan films would be so much better if he let someone help with his screenplays - admire the ambition and scale of his films but the dialogue is often dreadful
29 Aug 2020 19:38
Heard a few people saying you couldn't hear half the dialogue in Tenet because of the overly loud sound track that plays over it
29 Aug 2020 20:18
Dialogue in tenet was incredibly cringey.
29 Aug 2020 20:48
Dunkirk was trash.
Worst of the lot.
29 Aug 2020 21:12
Inception was amazing. Unsure how anyone could think otherwise
30 Aug 2020 11:20
Christopher Nolan made one great film, The Prestige, most overrated director by a long shot
1 Sep 2020 08:36
Watched Tenet last night at IMAX. Agree with the dialogue, needed subtitles for sure.
Not sure how I feel about the film. Getting a bit bored of these overly complex film, but after reading some of the interpretations, I do appreciate the thought behind it.
1 Sep 2020 09:11
I have to say I've enjoyed every Nolan film I've seen but I'm always left feeling a bit cold as well. For all their cleverness they are weirdly soulless, the puzzle conceit takes centre stage at the expense of the characters. Can you even imagine what a straightforward drama would be like directed by him?
1 Sep 2020 19:47
Insomnia pretty straightforward tbh