Tenet (2020) 1080p

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Action | Sci-Fi
Frame Rate:
23.976 fps
English 5.1  
Run Time:
150 min
IMDB Rating:
7.7 / 10 
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Directors: Christopher Nolan [Director] ,

Movie Description:
In a twilight world of international espionage, an unnamed CIA operative, known as The Protagonist, is recruited by a mysterious organization called Tenet to participate in a global assignment that unfolds beyond real time. The mission: prevent Andrei Sator, a renegade Russian oligarch with precognition abilities, from starting World War III. The Protagonist will soon master the art of "time inversion" as a way of countering the threat that is to come.


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.time of waste, film horrible a is This

anything missing aren't You. me believe, it Skip

Not as clever as it thinks it is.

The plot, while confusing is actually straight forward, 2nd watch that is. Therein lies the problem.. I shouldn't, or anyone really, have to watch a 2 hour and 30 minute film twice to get the full picture. Nolan is very talented and very intelligent, especially his knowledge of the sciences. But, this film shows his ambition has lead him down an unnecessary road, confusion filmmaking.

He's better suited to turning the implausible into reality and immersing the viewer fully in his vision. His attempt at redefining time travel movies has failed to actually interest anyone that was remotely interested in it. The biggest mistake is the lack of explanation of how this theory is possible (not just its origins). This leads to the film just honestly feeling silly to watch and not very interesting.

As other viewers and critics alike have mentioned the sound, I feel I should address this. The score isn't awful, but it's not great and it's extraordinarily loud and dramatic when it shouldn't be. Maybe we've been spoiled by other Nolan films that have been graced by Hans Zimmer, this one is too loud. This destroys dialogue at times and I seriously struggled, especially with Robert Pattinson, to hear what the actors were mumbling. Taking into consideration that Nolan films rely heavily on his written word, they may want to address this. However, considering I watched this via Blu-Ray.. they clearly didn't.

The acting was good, except for Washington. I feel his performance started strong and just levelled out into a down right average B-rate affair. As I said, acting was good.. just don't expect Oscar worthy performances from the rest. Aaron Taylor-Johnson, despite a short part, was the standout for me.

It's visually stunning, but as I've said.. Nolan was far too ambitious and it really hasn't paid off for him. I don't wish to spend 5 hours watching a film just to understand it. But, once you do understand it you realise just how simple the premise is, but it's been overly complicated by an otherwise direct, intelligent & talented director, Christopher Nolan.

He really needs to stop relying on the dramatic scores.. it didn't save him this time and it won't save him anymore. He is a genius and a genius filmmaker, but I don't want a genius script that confuses the life out of me, I want a great script that engages me.

It's in no way a bad film, but, it isn't great either.

Pretentious and Boring.

I've enjoyed many Nolan films (seen the Batman's several times and loved Inception) but he really disappeared up his own backside with this one.

I've heard interviews where Nolan claims to have spent a lengthy amount of time over several years devising the plot for this. If that's the case then how does he expect an audience to unravel the plot in two hours and enjoy this?

There did not seem to be any character development. I felt little or no empathy or interest in any of the characters. It felt emotionless and cold, confusing and I couldn't wait for it to end.

People have said it improves with repeated viewings but it made me so aggrieved at the first viewing that I'm not going to waste my time with this again.

This seems to be a similar situation as with Tarantino - whereby nobody can seemingly say 'No' to him, which has resulted in this nonsense.

I get the sense that Nolan thinks he is challenging his audience into sparking some mature, intellectual or philosophical debate. However, he's completely missing the point by continually trying to deceive the audience.

Absolute Guff! I hope they don't let him anywhere near Bond.
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