Teddy Roberts’s review published on Letterboxd:
Without a doubt, it has some of Nolan's most inventive and breathtaking sequences. Of course that doesn't make it's core emotionally impacting and really only serves as a ride for the viewer to travel on. Hopefully, that will change over time as the emotional significance will only become more apparent.
So yes, this film has a conceptually genius idea, but it also dwells into the idea that it can almost be a flaw for the film itself. It does reward you for your confusion, but it still doesn't remove the drag of what you're feeling at the earlier points of the film. I will go into my in-depth thoughts after a second viewing but for now, all you need to know is: subtitles, please!
Uhhhh I think I get it? And Chris having a headache for a brain.