Stringer Bell’s review published on Letterboxd:
The most mind boggling thing is that "a gravity-controlling, morse-code communicating, book-shelf ghost from the 4th dimension" got a pass from almost everyone on this site.
A visual feat, but that's it for me.
It has aged even more poorly than I thought and it truly makes me laugh in scenes that it shouldn't.
Jessica Chastain screaming Eureka is something I never want to hear again in my entire life.
This film steals the entire tesseract sequence and its theme about love transcending space and time almost note for note from THE ABYSS. The Abyss did it better.
Nolan attempting to write and direct human emotion comes off to me as alien as it gets. McConaughey really elevated every scene he was in because I don't think the emotional beats would have even made it past the cutting room floor without his grounded performance.