Dan’s review published on Letterboxd:
Logging on Tenet as I just rewatched it and the person I saw it with hadn’t seen it before. He said he was wowed by the practical effects and the score (he’s a composer himself) and everything, but said he didn’t understand a thing. I honestly think - in the least dickheadish way possible - a lot of people who don’t like it just don’t understand it, which granted it’s still on Nolan to make a coherent movie, but I understand it (though could still pick up more stuff on subsequent viewings) and I love it. I think inherently the more people that rewatch this over time, the more sense it will make to everyone and the more people will come around on it. I can honestly see this ageing like a fine wine.