Raghava Daroori’s review published on Letterboxd:
Okay, I'm not going to sit here and act like I understand everything about this film. There's so many layers to this that it asks for multiple viewings to really appreciate it. This was my most anticipated film of the year. So, did it live upto my gargantuan expectations? Absolutely. You have to pay attention to every single line of dialogue to even have an idea of what's going on. It asks 100% of your concentration. No distractions. In typical Nolan fashion, it is a marvel to behold. From it's unique concept to it's mesmerizing action sequences, it is a spectacle. Among all the great performances, Elizabeth Debicki was my favorite. But there may have been some moments that felt shallow to me despite having an idea of what's happening. Maybe on a re-watch it will improve. Now, I don't think it's one of his best films, but in terms of the concept and the execution of said concept, it is a brilliant piece of art that I will definitely watch many more times. I'm bouncing between a 3 and half and a 4, but I'm gonna go with a 4 just because I'm a 20 year old fanboy who enjoys everything Nolan.
Also, it was great to be in a theatre again after quite some time