dan_ze_1’s review published on Letterboxd:
Very convoluted (the worst case scenario of telling "a simple story in a complex way"), has some awful character moments (and characters in general), but Tenet beat me into submission by the end. It's sheer commitment to its concept (so much so that the film feels like it's on fast-forward sometimes) is amazing to behold. It somehow manages to use quantum mechanics in a tangible way, with real thought put behind the pseudo-science, while still having enough "dumb" energy to power through some amazing action sequences that I sadly couldn't experience in theatres.
Haven't watched a lot of Nolan's output, but this film kinda rules.