Vishwas Verma’s review published on Letterboxd:
I'll see you in the beginning, friend.
A FILM BY CHRISTOPHER NOLAN.
this sentence is enough for any cinema lover. As we all were expecting, the film was complete 2 hours and 3 minutes mindfuck with stunning visuals and great performances.
Except it was a Nolan film, I was excited to see JD Washington after BlacKkKlansman, and Rob Pattinson, but dude Elizabeth Debicki was full of surprises.
I liked this film more than Dunkirk but not as much as other films by Mr. Nolan.
I read somewhere someone wrote and I totally agree with this -
"It's somewhat ironic that a movie about time travel can't be reviewed properly until your future self rewatches the movie."
==> Rewatch with the subtitles is necessary because most of the dialogues are non-hearable because of explosions.