Ryan Hodes’s review published on Letterboxd:
Sorry, Christopher. This ain't it. Maybe the worst movie Nolan has ever made. I mean, the first half was literally 90% exposition that didn’t make sense half the time. And all the shit with the algorithm was so unnecessarily convoluted that it totally ruined any tension that had built up because you were just trying to piece together what the fuck was happening.
The good parts: the score, some of the action set pieces. That’s pretty much it.
Also, can we talk about how stupid the term TEMPORAL PINCER MOVE is? I literally laughed out loud when I heard that. Why does Nolan have such a hard on for anything to do with time??