Romario De la Rosa’s review published on Letterboxd:
I understand why this film is so polarizing, probably if I start overanalyzing, dozens of plot holes and things that don't make sense will come out. But I honestly want to stay more with how much I enjoyed my experience watching this movie. What I admire most about Nolan as a director is the ambition that is contained in each of his films, and Tenet is no exception.
Technically Tenet is incredible, the cinematography is out of this world, each shot is made with an admirable elegance and technicality. The action scenes are really exciting and quite intelligently constructed. The score, though a bit boisterous, accompanies the film perfectly and enlarges the incredible action scenes.
John David Washington, Robert Pattinson and Elizabeth Debicki are incredible protagonists and although you don't go too deep into who they are as people, in the end you come out happy with their endings. Kenneth Branagh is really impressive as the main villain of the film, his character is really scary and incredibly unpleasant.
Tenet is a film far from perfect, but in Nolan's nature it is incredibly epic, supremely ambitious and exciting and as they say in the film itself don't try to understand it, feel it.