Jak-Luke Sharp’s review published on Letterboxd:
Warner Bros. Cinema (finally)
“All I have for you is a word: Tenet“
The score from Ludwig Göransson is tremendous in its thunderous domination and shot equally as beautifully by Hoyte Van Hoytema. John David Washington is the epitome of cool and has nowhere else but forward to go. That being said, it is a film that is not without fault. Throughout, the film suffers from a severe overindulgence in excessive scientific jargon and flawed mythology with little zero interest to explore its characters. The former takes far more precedent than the latter in which the films supporting cast are simply one-note and uninteresting.
UPDATE: The more I think about this, the more I slowly detest it. Might add a second review but ultimately the world-building, the narrative, the sound design, the audio levels, the substandard production palette, it all leaves me bored and uninspired. If you see this drop further I apologize but my full thoughts will be on the TENET Special Podcast for CLAPPERCAST.
LISTEN TO MY THOUGHTS ON TENET AT CLAPPERCAST