Pretty bad but watchable in that it keeps moving through a fairly merciful runtime. Very funny that Mark and Tom are both just doing their patented schtick with little regard for the source material. Tom is Spider-Man without the webs, Mark is definitely still some guy from Boston. Action scenes are some of the worst offenders of bad CGI that I’ve seen in a little while.
Major ass kicker. Can’t wait to watch this again on a hot and sweaty midsummer night. Been seeing a lot of people I usually trust talking about how “nothing happens for the first hour” but I could hardly disagree more. I got plenty of enjoyment out of just marinating in the spectacularly creepy setup and all the 70s aesthetic worship. Really loved it!
Quentin has long been threatening to cut his career short at 10 movies, but that possibility has never seemed real until Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.
I always figured that the man loved making movies too much to quit. I think that regardless of one's feelings towards his movies, love them or hate them, his love for the cinematic experience is more apparent than possibly any other modern director. It's certainly possible to recognize a director's passion without necessarily…
The more I let go of the plot logistics, the better and better this gets. Tenet is a better example of dream logic in film than Inception.
For those claiming that Tenet is too serious and cold, I don’t see it at all. The movie actually has a very playful and humorous tone a lot of the time. I think the problem is that we’ve been conditioned to see humour only in actual jokes, which I believe is an unfortunate…