joeyjohnson’s review published on Letterboxd:
With Nolan it's pretty much a given that you are going to have a unique, intriguing plot, and Tenet was no exception. That being said, this signature style was taken almost too far as at certain points I, and the other LBC members, were completely lost on what was happening. It also didn't help that the sound mixing was awfully done, as the voice levels were left way too quiet, leaving some dialogue completely blurred. Performances were relatively solid all around, no one wowed me but everyone was fine. By the end of the movie I definitely had a better understanding on many aspects I found confusing, but there were still numerous parts where I was unsure on their purpose, and I left feeling relatively unsatisfied.