Palindrome the movie.
A simple concept in theory, however, hard to execute in practice. I'm surprised no one has thought of this. What will Nolan do next? I can see why some don't like it, this is just up my alley though. I was on the tips of my toes the whole movie while having a big smile on my face at certain scenes. Tenet begs to be rewatched, which is what I intend to do. Until then, I give it a solid 4.
This is taken from the only review that I have ever written. I orginially posted this on rottentomatoes. I have edited and added to it here.
I absolutely loved this movie! Super underrated! The start of ALOFT is a little confusing, however, if you keep focused and pay attention, you are definitely rewarded with a very thought provoking, beautiful film. The ending and much of the story leave a lot untold, and that could possibly annoy some. I feel that…
Probably my least favorite Nolan movie. Despite this, I think Dunkirk is quite possibly his best film to date. I personally hate that there is almost no character development. This was obviously Nolan's goal. He wanted to thrust the viewer right into the consciousness of the characters being shot. The whole movie is like you are in a dream going through exactly what the soldiers at Dunkirk went through. Their is very little dialogue which almost makes it feel like…