Aaron McCombe’s review published on Letterboxd:
This film is like maths. Since I've been watching tonnes of lynch I would like to compare nolan to lynch in the sense that their films ”don't make sense”, my point is that while lynch uses symbols and sounds to create a feeling and atmosphere that can create meaning for the film that explains plot as well, nolan feels like he's planned it all out in his head to some extent and explains it all through exposition mostly but it's done well and fits his style but in a disjointed way that can create the confusion. Not saying ones definitely better than the other or whether this comparison makes sense to anyone else, but I find lynch's films more engaging than nolan. Nolan is a great director however and his films will go down as classics.