The opening scenes appear fascinating and promising, but then the film seems to bog down with a lot of nonsense, and I lost interest while having hard time in making sense of it.
After all, it's waste of my time.
What a horrible movie and waste of time to try to watch. Background noise was nasty and made it even harder to try to put up with the movie!! Don't waste your time.
This movie wants to be an action/scifi/drama/spy film but does not do it very well. Plot is something that is not well crafted and seems disjointed. Not very interesting except for the battle scene at the end although this does not redeem this movie. Very boring for what it is!
This movie is pretty bad. There are some cool special effects but rewinding gets gimmicky quickly. The characters have no depth at all, all of the focus is on shooty boys and time travel. It doesn't help that it is impossible to hear any of the dialogue. Good soundtrack but it's often intrusive. There are some nice action scenes but you can see them all in the trailer.
I liked Inception but Tenet is trash. I can't believe someone thought this movie was worth releasing at the cinema during an epidemic.
Did you know that inane backwards is "Chris Nolan"? Just let the poor guy direct a James Bond movie. That's all he seems to want to do. I liked when the things went backwards.
Great Chris Nolan film. watch the movie, then the behind the scenes disk and rewatch the movie and you will understand it more
Interesting idea. Great special effects. Lots of action and suspense. Worth a watch.
Twist and Turns at every corner!
It has some twisty spy stuff, and some twisty "elements" that don't really work science wise, but the movie goes quick enough that you don't have to dwell and can just enjoy the visuals. There are little gems in the movie that become important later on.
Nice to see Denzel Washington's son, and Robert Pattinson plays an interesting character.
Don't take it too seriously, but fun to watch.
Invoking the construct of time as the basis for any plot invariably results in treading on quicksand, made even more treacherous by deploying a conceit such as 'inverted' time. Physical events can't willy-nilly be expunged from their registry in the history of the universe, even by the agency of entropic disintegration, nor by prodigeous Hollywood fireworks and fulminations of the virulently menacing sociopath orchestrating the apocalypse. Tenet comes across as mildly entertaining flim-flam.
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