Oliver Johnson’s review published on Letterboxd:
I was in awe watching this movie. What they pulled off was just spectacular. It was confusing at times, mostly during the final act, but most of the time I understood enough to follow everything. The dialogue was sharp (writing-wise), there were some meta jokes to spy films, and the time bending sequences were just brilliant.
One of my biggest complaints with Nolan is that he spends too much time in his movies spoon feeding everything so now I can’t be mad when he does a movie that moves quickly through its exposition. I just trusted I was in good hands and went along for the ride.
This was pure cinema magic.