After years of saying the Snyder Cut didn’t exist, and even if it did, it would be horrible: it's both real, and not horrible. Not great, but good. An improvement over the 2017 theatrical version in almost every way.
It still has Snyder’s overuse of slow-mo, excessive plotting and overly bleak tone, but it actually feels like a cohesive film. All characters feel beefed up (weirdly with the exception of Batman), and the fetch quests do tie into character elements…
A very entertaining and very personal documentary to me.
When I was 8 years old, I made a stop-motion video with LEGO. It was a Star Wars video about Chewbacca accidentally injuring General Grevious and being saved by Luke Skywalker. I was so proud of it. I never posted it online, but I wanted to make more. And so I did.
In 2010, and the age of 12, I discovered the forums of BricksInMotion.com. At that moment, my world-view got…
There’s a cool story embedded in Tenet but it’s almost inaccessible cause it’s buried underneath Nolan's worst tendencies. The first half is almost entirely scenes of characters sitting down at a table or walking explaining the plot with often incomprehensible editing, and the worst sound mixing I've heard in a major motion picture probably ever.
There is so much in the way of plot that buries any interesting story at its heart. While Nolan's never been one to have characters…