Josh Golds’s review published on Letterboxd:
Christopher Nolan’s new high pace thrill ride is definitely one for the books, and a bold one at that. The visuals are stunning and combined with the intense soundtrack help to really give a true sense of scale and awe to the feats on screen. The story is definitely up there with the complexity to that of Nolan’s precious work and will require several viewings to truly take shape, however I feel in its complexity lies it’s failure to tell a proper story and makes it ever so more glaring when a scene serves little purpose. I can’t really provide a rating until I myself have grasped hold of the madness but it’s definitely worth a watch or two.