charliekaufmann’s review published on Letterboxd:
Christopher Nolan is cool. Super cool. Can we just get that out of the way? His subject matter regarding time, relativity and physics makes me a fan boy. Tenet is extremely plot driven, with almost no emphasis on character development. I consider it probably his weakest film, but still one of the greatest showings of the year. The effects and epic scale of the film make it a must see. I didn't empathise with any character except Elizabeth Debicki's "Kat", but despite her unfortunate situation I found myself being somewhat indifferent towards the outcome. I would recommend this movie to fans of Inception and Interstellar specifically. It's much more confusing than the aforementioned, and 2 viewings would still leave you itching to write the plot down and track it. Worth it though.