Brent Vanhomwegen’s review published on Letterboxd:
A lot of time has passed since I saw this movie. A lot has happened as well in my personal life. But this ain't no blog to talk about my life. Let's talk about Tenet.
I was beyond excited to see a new movie in theaters. It felt like going into a Star Wars movie. Nolan almost has that same effect. He is a visionary filmmaker with crazy ideas. He searches for new ways to mesmerize and confuse his audience with off beat story structures and complex filming techniques. And Tenet might be a collection of all his quirks. Everything Nolas has toyed or played around with can be found in this movie. His perception of time keeps changing and he found a new way to give me one hell of a headache. But it's the best headache I've had in a while.
I forgot to give my own thoughts. I loved it. I wasn't sure what to think of it when I left the theater. But this movie kept playing in my head and I couldn't let it go. I wanted to figure everything out and understand every little piece of detail. And when a movie can give me such feeling, I say job well done. Nolan outdid himself. He made a big puzzling epic spectacle and I can't wait to see it again.
Or... have I seen it already twice? Or more?