Tenet ★★★★½

From crashing a real Boeing 747 to impossible reverse fight scenes, Tenet was built for the theatrical experience. The incredible set pieces would make James Cameron weep. The movie is at its most exciting when Ludwig Göransson’s score is pounding across the theatre, when the action is so intense that you sit on the edge of your seat, when the gorgeous cinematography by Hoyte van Hoytema blows your mind and when you are so hooked by the movie that you forget to drink your £3.95 fizzy drink. When it is firing on all cylinders during these moments you will hope the cinemas never close ever again. The movie is stepping on the gas and rarely checks to see if you are in the car, like Clémence Posey’s character says, “Don’t try to understand it, feel it”

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