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Heather’s review published on Letterboxd:
This review may contain spoilers.
- john david washington in those well choreographed fight scenes? whewwww
- super entertaining, well made and definitely a theater watch (which oh boy was i glad to be back)
- for me where it lacks is similar to other Nolan films for me because I’m very much lean towards character driven stories more than intricate plot driven stories. i really wish we got to see more exploration of the characters. I felt even The Protagonist didn’t get to be actually developed. even still, it was able to get me to get me emotionally invested and FEEL and care about the characters. like Neil’s last scene 🥺
i’ll end this with a quote from my favorite show, Bojack Horseman:
“I had this breakthrough recently. One day in therapy, I just blurted out: "Is my problem with women any movie directed by Christopher Nolan? Because, yes, women are involved, but it's never really about the women. It's about me."“