Dear Christopher Nolan,

My daughter and I recently saw Tenet, and we talked about you for the rest of the day. Vanessa’s initial reaction was that your film was more of an experience than watching a story unfold. I was doing my best to listen carefully because I knew I was in for a cerebral experience that demanded my concentration. I wish key clues of the narrative weren’t given when the characters wore various kinds of face masks. It happened a few times. That was one way in which I had no idea what just happened or what was said. I started to panic because I kept scratching my head. I mentally checked, “Okay, I’ll have to watch that again to find out what was said.” To my daughter, I asked, “Maybe I’m too old or stupid to get it?” She replied, “If the whole movie is like that, isn’t ironic you get bored? You love smart movies, Mom. Maybe this was too smart for its own good?” Hmm.

This was the first time since the pandemic that we were back in the movie theaters. We went to a 1pm showing and there were ten people in the whole theater spread about wearing masks. I crunched on my popcorn with enthusiasm. Yes! Back at the movies. Focused and ready to love it. Why did I leave the movie two-and-a-half hours later feeling confused and unsure if I could even say I liked it? I told Vanessa, “Well, I guess I’m going to have to watch it again to find out what I missed the first time.” She replied, “Shouldn’t you want to see it again instead of having to see it again?”

Tenet

Mr. Nolan, let me take a moment to commend you for your efforts. I love mind-benders. I was your biggest fan while watching Inception (2010). You had the perfect balance of outstanding graphics, edge-of-your-seat thrilling cat and mouse scenes. You had an ensemble cast who all did their part to make the narrative interesting to watch. What worked? Your film had heart. I watched Inception many times because I wanted to. Each viewing brought me pleasure and another detail I’d missed before that raised my esteem for you. Tech + heart + thrilling = An A+ movie. May I suggest, sir, that you remember that formula?

Mr. Nolan, I enjoyed your Dark Knight trilogy. You do have a gift for bringing great talent into the ensemble cast. That’s a strength of yours. Heath Ledger was at his best. I loved Sir Michael Caine as Alfred (I didn’t know he was knighted!) I never tire seeing the faces of Gary Oldman or Tom Hardy or Christian Bale. Marion Cotillard is always mesmerizing. Congratulations.

With regards to Tenet, Elizabeth Debicki and Kenneth Branagh acted best. Nice Russian accent, Ken. Their relationship was more interesting than the physics involved in the narrative. I suppose that was the “heart” element to focus on when not wondering what the hell was going on with the backward/forward interplay of time. However, I feel John David Washington‘s character was a wasted character. Heck, he didn’t even have a name. Just a secret agent known as “the Protagonist”. I never had a chance to care about him. This would be my biggest complaint with Tenet. Pattison did okay. Sometimes the actor acts; sometimes he’s a bore. I can’t decide how I feel about Robert Pattinson. Now I hear he’ll be the next Batman. Hmm.

In Tenet, the chase scenes involving the time sequences were thrilling and complicated and gorgeous to watch. You are unique and clever. I don’t see how anyone would object to your thrilling scenes. I won’t.

If I ranked Tenet, I’d give it a 7/10.

Mr. Nolan, I think your contribution to cinema is important. I certainly like your work more than I dislike it. After all, you gave us Memento (2000). Guy Pierce was outstanding and the mysterious thriller worked for me. Can you make more of those?

I’ll watch whatever you make,

Cindy Bruchman

P.S. Interstellar was fantastic. Heart–your protagonist had heart! Please don’t get lost in the cold abyss of technology that you forget to give your characters a heart. After all, that’s what makes movies worth watching.

 

94 Comments on “Dear Christopher Nolan,

  1. This review was in one of our national papers I read it and decided that my brovid addled brain wasn’t up to it. I’m back to reruns of Pride & Prejudice (1995). The experience of being back in the cinema must have been quite worth it though!

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    • Hi Sarah, welcome back. It was great to be back seeing a film. I truly believe some films are worth seeing on the big screen. I’ve gotten quite spoiled pausing and starting my movies at home. I missed going out. Speaking of easier, delightful narratives, may I recommend “The Guernsey Potato Pie Society”? It was charming and interesting.

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      • Thankyou! I enjoy your movie posts (actually all of them are pretty good!). I find it quite an accomplishment if I’m watching a movie at home and don’t pick up my phone or pause it for a reason. If I manage it then it must have been good! We watched the Solo movie again recently and managed it without stopping or pausing! Job well done!! Oh and I loved that movie. How charming indeed!

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      • Speaking of which: I felt bad for Tom Hanks. He was pretty broken up and frustrated by Greyhound not going theatrical and going direct-to-streaming. He said the film needed to be on the big screen and not squished into device. Some films need to go “big,” after all. (No, pun intended; know your Hanks!)

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    • “This review was in one of our national papers I read it and decided that my brovid addled brain wasn’t up to it. I’m back to reruns of Pride & Prejudice (1995). The experience of being back in the cinema must have been quite worth it though!”

      To Sarah: Even with the theaters open here, I am still a little hesitant because the pandemic is still ongoing. During this time, I have been watching David Lynch’s 2017 continuation of Twin Peaks, with this one being Twin Peaks: The Return and I can definitely see why there are people, who feel that it should be viewed as a piece of cinema as opposed to that of television. Either way, for me, it is undeniably my number one (and I got an endless number of favorites from the previous decade) favorite film of not only 2017, but of that decade.

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      • Hi John. I downloaded it when it was first screened and never got round to watching. I must admit I was quite hesitant. After watching the first one and knowing the problems he ran into plus realising it would be quite a commitment to embark on with this second outing I decided against in the end. Lynch is certainly very cinematic in what he does and has a tremendous vision (which is interesting as this relates to one of Cindy’s previous posts about the cinema experience and it being replicated at home). On a side note some years ago I visited Paris to see Lynch’s art exhibition. It was quite fascinating and every exhibit demanded attention! I may well get round to watching these second episodes yet!

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  2. I’ve seen TENET twice now and I’m anxious for a third trip. My first viewing left my wow’d and with a fairly confident grasp of what happened. But I also had some thrilling theories that I could help to test. I did that in the second viewing. I really focused on certain moments and certain characters. It pretty much solidified many of my ideas which made me love it even more. Now I want to watch again just to soak it all in. For me this is upper tier Nolan but I know others who struggled with it and would rank it quite differently.

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    • Upper tier. A lovely euphemism for saying it’s over my head. Once upon a time I considered myself to be an intellectual. 😉
      I would claim the emotional tug was missing for me to appreciate it wholly.

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      • No, no, no. I meant ‘Upper Tier’ in terms of how I personally rank his films. I think it would land in the #4 slot right behind Dunkirk. 🙂

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        • Oops. I forgot to mention Dunkirk in my letter. Yikes! Sorry my friend, that one left me cold, too. It truly is about the coldness of his films. He is groundbreaking, ambitious, fearless. BUT sometimes his films lean too cold for my liking. That’s okay. He has style and substance. So much substance I can’t make head’s or tails or front way or back way. As I mature, I am nostolgic for simple stories with complicated characters. Let’s see how I feel about Rebecca, eh?

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    • “I’ve seen TENET twice now and I’m anxious for a third trip. My first viewing left my wow’d and with a fairly confident grasp of what happened. But I also had some thrilling theories that I could help to test. I did that in the second viewing. I really focused on certain moments and certain characters. It pretty much solidified many of my ideas which made me love it even more. Now I want to watch again just to soak it all in. For me this is upper tier Nolan but I know others who struggled with it and would rank it quite differently.”

      To Keith: As I said in my comment to Cindy on here, Nolan has made three greats films, three very good ones and three good ones. I have not seen Tenet yet and I am still a little hesitant to go to the theaters (since reopened here) during this whole pandemic, since it is still ongoing.

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  3. I’ve been so busy, I can’t even say I’ve heard of this one, Cindy. It has been one awful year (I’m fine and I’ll leave it at that, don’t want to bore you), I hope you are doing fine.

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      • Covid has only kept me out of the gym, no problem except putting on weight. But I’ve lost 5 close people due to other causes and a close friend having major health issues and another in the line of the west coast fires. It just seems that every time I can take a deep breath – something else happens that takes it away. I suppose it is still less than what our greatest generation went through!!

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    • “I’ve been so busy, I can’t even say I’ve heard of this one, Cindy. It has been one awful year (I’m fine and I’ll leave it at that, don’t want to bore you), I hope you are doing fine.”

      To GP Cox: COVID-19 alone has made it an awful year for me so far. Of course it has not affected me the way it has others, but it is still horrible.

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  4. I love that you were able to get inside a movie theater…we are now 6 full months in Los Angeles without an open theater…hoping that changes soon…as for Nolan, I have stopped watching his films for all of the reasons you mention in your review…I just ran out of patience for this storytelling process. I know he has so many fans and rightly so…just not me.

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    • Hi John. Ours in Sedona just opened. It was great to be back in the seat looking at the big screen. Nolan is a fearless movie maker. I admire him. I love mind-benders, too. But he’s exhausting. I don’t know if I’ll rent it in the future. Maybe.

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    • “I love that you were able to get inside a movie theater…we are now 6 full months in Los Angeles without an open theater…hoping that changes soon…as for Nolan, I have stopped watching his films for all of the reasons you mention in your review…I just ran out of patience for this storytelling process. I know he has so many fans and rightly so…just not me.”

      To Array: All cinephiles are apologists for directors, whose works they love. I am one of those people. As for Nolan and I said this to Cindy on one of the comments under this blog entry, that Nolan has made three great films, three very good ones and three good ones. I have not seen Tenet yet as I am still hesitant to go to the theaters (since reopened here) during this pandemic. Even though I list Nolan as a great director, I do not know If I would call myself an apologist for his work. So in a way, I am with you on that.

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  5. Yes he does make good stuff. I like most of it anyway. Doesn’t spoonfeed you. Wants you to think.
    Did I hear a rumor that Chris Hemsworth is going to star as Mad Max!!?? Ca ching, Ca ching.
    Will be hard to match the last one though. Wonder if you saw Extraction? Ultra Action. Ultra Violent.

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    • Hi JC. No, I missed Extraction. Did you see Raised by Wolves on HBO? I wonder if it’s good. You know, science fiction used to be one of my favorite genres. Now it’s so dark (maybe the pandemic taking its toll) that I am returning to comforting genres. I can’t stomach the apocolyptic settings anymore. It’s too close to the present. 😉

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    • “Yes he does make good stuff. I like most of it anyway. Doesn’t spoonfeed you. Wants you to think.
      Did I hear a rumor that Chris Hemsworth is going to star as Mad Max!!?? Ca ching, Ca ching.
      Will be hard to match the last one though. Wonder if you saw Extraction? Ultra Action. Ultra Violent.”

      To jcalberta: Same here. I did not hear that Hemsworth is going to be considered for Mad Max, but who knows? 🙂 Speaking of which, I loved that last Mad Max film as well (Mad Max: Fury Road). I saw it four times in the theater when it came out, that is how much I loved it 🙂 As for Extraction, I have to look up that one 🙂

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    • We went to the matinee because no one goes to them. Our theater took precautions and I didn’t feel I was endangered. I would have demanded a refund had I thought I was unsafe. In our area, our levels are very low.

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    • “Hi. My wife and I haven’t decided if we will go to movies when the theaters open in our region. Might wait until vaccines become available. Or maybe we’ll throw caution to the wind.”

      To Yeah, Another Blogger: In regards to the vaccine availability, I am with you there 🙂

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  6. The more reviews I read about Tenet, the more not bothered about seeing it I become. Of course I will, eventually, but I’m not in a rush. I loveod Memento, Inception (in my top 5!) Interstella, and you are right, they have heart, and that’s the most important ingredient. I know you pop into my photo blog now and then, but you might like my other blog (movie reviews mostly) better I think, and you’ll find my review of Extraction which is one of the best action movies this year, if not the best!
    https://fragglesotherplace.com/ but no worries if you. are too busy, won’t be offended! 😀

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      • My comment has been taken out of context. I was responding to a link shared above, where Peter Bradshaw of the Guardian writes of the movie:

        “Who shall save cinema? Not James Bond apparently. There’s been a brand-new Daniel Craig spectacular ready to go since Easter, arguably just the thing to get punters’ actual bums back on actual seats. But Team 007 is wimping out, unwilling to splurge their product irreversibly into some potential new ruinous lockdown – and Disney has suffered a comparable bottle-loss, dumping its live-action version of the Mulan legend on to streaming services.”

        What a clown. The intonations herein are just obnoxious. Trumpian almost.

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        • “My comment has been taken out of context. I was responding to a link shared above, where Peter Bradshaw of the Guardian writes of the movie:

          “Who shall save cinema? Not James Bond apparently. There’s been a brand-new Daniel Craig spectacular ready to go since Easter, arguably just the thing to get punters’ actual bums back on actual seats. But Team 007 is wimping out, unwilling to splurge their product irreversibly into some potential new ruinous lockdown – and Disney has suffered a comparable bottle-loss, dumping its live-action version of the Mulan legend on to streaming services.”

          What a clown. The intonations herein are just obnoxious. Trumpian almost.”

          To Tom: Trumpian is quite a strong term there 🙂 On an unrelated note, have you ever heard of British horror aficionado (or at least I think he qualifies as one) Kim Newman? Interesting author 🙂

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  7. Great review Cindy 🙂 I have not seen the film yet, but as far as Christopher Nolan is concerned, I loved three of his films (Memento, The Dark Knight and Dunkirk) and admired three others (The Prestige, Inception and The Dark Knight Rises). In addition, he has directed three other good ones (Insomnia, Batman Begins and Interstellar). I will have to wait and see Tenet. The theaters have re-openend, but I am a little hesitant to go right now as the pandemic has not ended. Anyway, keep up the great work as always 🙂

    BTW, did you ever see director William Friedkin’s 1977 film Sorcerer? It is one of those remakes that measures up to the original (it is a remake of Henri Georges Clouzot’s 1953 French Classic Wages of Fear). And I got a triple treat for you with three youtube video links about it.

    The first is a youtube video link to the film’s original theatrical trailer

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z0eoVl1G0AM

    The second is a youtube video link to a commentary for the trailer by Josh Olson

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z2Mla6HHuTA

    The third is a youtube video link to another commentary for the trailer by Bernard Rose

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MVAd8fSnfZ8

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      • “Thanks for sharing, John! I did not mention Prestige in my letter and I liked it a lot. He’s used Michael Caine in many of his films, hasn’t he?”

        To Cindy: Why yes Nolan has 🙂 I read somewhere that Michael Caine was a supporter of Nolan’s work from day one. 🙂 I can’t find the link, but one of my friends, who is a huge fan of Nolan’s work gave me that tidbit 🙂

        On an unrelated note, isn’t it interesting that one of the major reasons Sorcerer flopped on initial release is because it came out around the same time as Star Wars? 🙂

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  8. Frankly, I don’t like Nolan. All his movies leave me feeling frustrated and angry. It took me a long time to realize my problem: I just dislike Nolan’s characters. I haven’t seen Tenet yet, but strangely enough, I’ve seen all Nolan movies (yes, even Following). I find most of his character selfish and self-centered. The daughter in Interstellar, the soldier in Dunkirk, the magicians in Prestige, etc. I just can’t connect. P.S. You are braver than me. There is no way I’m going into a movie theater under these circumstances. 😉

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    • “Frankly, I don’t like Nolan. All his movies leave me feeling frustrated and angry. It took me a long time to realize my problem: I just dislike Nolan’s characters. I haven’t seen Tenet yet, but strangely enough, I’ve seen all Nolan movies (yes, even Following). I find most of his character selfish and self-centered. The daughter in Interstellar, the soldier in Dunkirk, the magicians in Prestige, etc. I just can’t connect. P.S. You are braver than me. There is no way I’m going into a movie theater under these circumstances. 😉”

      To Eric Binford: That is understandable, though I do think there is a reason for that, though I am probably the wrong guy to ask since I do not consider myself a Nolan apologist.

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      • I can’t say I completely dislike Nolan. I enjoyed Inception and Insomnia, and parts of Batman Begins and Dark Night. But I simply can’t connect with Nolan’s characters. I detest selfishness.

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  9. ““The more reviews I read about Tenet, the more not bothered about seeing it I become. Of course I will, eventually, but I’m not in a rush. I loveod Memento, Inception (in my top 5!) Interstella, and you are right, they have heart, and that’s the most important ingredient. I know you pop into my photo blog now and then, but you might like my other blog (movie reviews mostly) better I think, and you’ll find my review of Extraction which is one of the best action movies this year, if not the best!
    https://fragglesotherplace.com/ but no worries if you. are too busy, won’t be offended! 😀””

    To fragglerocking: just out of curiosity, have you listened to British film critic Mark Kermode’s review of the film? 🙂

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  10. How big is my bubble? I was not aware this is now in U.S. theatres. (Thanks, Google.) So you’ve paid it forward in exposing me to a film, just as Eric Binford exposed you.

    I enjoy your personal approach to film criticism, Cindy, and your not just a rat-a-tat-tatin’ of the plot, etc. And I respect the insights you illicit from others. Wow, lots of comments. And I read them all this morning over tea.

    Keep on those keys! Great stuff.

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    • Welcome, RD. Glad you stopped by. I don’t think of myself as a film critic and don’t do the traditional reviews. But of course, I do have an opinion and my goal is to get people talking. Thank you very much!

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    • “How big is my bubble? I was not aware this is now in U.S. theatres. (Thanks, Google.) So you’ve paid it forward in exposing me to a film, just as Eric Binford exposed you.

      I enjoy your personal approach to film criticism, Cindy, and your not just a rat-a-tat-tatin’ of the plot, etc. And I respect the insights you illicit from others. Wow, lots of comments. And I read them all this morning over tea.

      Keep on those keys! Great stuff.”

      To rdfranciswriter: I love reading Cindy’s work as well Francis 🙂 In fact, me and a few regular visitors to her site, have collaborated with her on past blog entries – they are usually held on the 13th of each month. She does not do them every month though 🙂 Great seeing a new visitor on here 🙂

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  11. Hi, Cindy.
    I am just back from my week’s holiday, and making some attempt to catch up with blog posts. I wasn’t sure about this film at all, after seeing the ‘smarter than smart’ trailers. Having read your review, I am still not sure that I can be bothered to tax a brain already trying to work out whether or not to keep blogging so often.
    Hope things are tolerable with you.
    Best wishes, Pete. x

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        • I’m jealous. Living in the desert, you have what I pine for. 🙂 San Diego is only 6 hours away. I should go for a visit, but its hard to catch a time when the crowds aren’t so heavy. And that’s because it’s the rainy season. Ach well.

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          • I can be at a beach in Norfolk in around 30 minutes by car. The beach I was at in Lincolnshire took 2.5 hours to drive to. Other than the immediate area around the promenade entrance, the beaches were virtually deserted. I will post some photos soon. x

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    • “Hi, Cindy.
      I am just back from my week’s holiday, and making some attempt to catch up with blog posts. I wasn’t sure about this film at all, after seeing the ‘smarter than smart’ trailers. Having read your review, I am still not sure that I can be bothered to tax a brain already trying to work out whether or not to keep blogging so often.
      Hope things are tolerable with you.
      Best wishes, Pete. x”

      To beetleypete: Pete, it is always great to see you blog as often as you do 🙂 If you are having writer’s block, try writing about great directors or films. You could also do a blog entry on Spitting Image 🙂 Just some suggestions If you are having trouble thinking up stuff at the moment? 🙂 How was your vacation btw? 🙂 Always great to see you on here Pete 🙂

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      • Thanks, John. It is not writer’s block, quite the opposite. I post so much, I never get anything else done, so I am thinking of slowing down my blogging activities. I also have a large number of DVD flms still to be watched, and they never get a look in, as I am always blogging.
        Best wishes, Pete.

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  12. Great letter review Cindy. You beat us with 10, we had 9 in our viewing with 4 being us. Like our very own cinema.
    I came away loving it immensely 9/10 me thinks. With such an urge to go back and see more.
    I feel I understood it. I know right! wtf! LOL Must of been all the drugs in my youth slotted back into place.
    I hadn’t been a fan of Patterson (loved the crazy Lighthouse), however I really liked his character here. I’m totally onboard with the no back story for our Protagonist too. Added to the mystery for me. They were both cold, in doing cold war spy shit kind of way.
    Yep Kenneth Branagh’s accent was great but I wish they hadn’t used him. It’s Kenneth Branagh doing a Russian accent!!! He took me completely out the picture when he first appeared. Luckily I got over it. Tchéky Karyo would of been good or they could of gone back in time and got Michael Nyqvist RIP…. Actually scrub those two why not just get a Russian actor!
    The end scene blew my mind. The airport return scene blew my mind. The road scene blew my mind. The opening Opera scene…….. yeah you guess it 🙂
    Oh I loved the film, it flew by in a blink of an eye and it was so great being back in the cinema.
    Going on the trailers though (covid aside)! It might be some time till we return. Though DUNE will get me back in.
    ps
    The beauty of film, we all see something different and it’s what I do love so much about it. Dunkirk could be my favorite of his!!! One of the most intense cinema experiences. Loved it so much I went back the next day.
    Different strokes… Hehe sorry for big ass comment. 🙂
    All the best and hope you have a lovely weekend
    Mikey

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    • “Great letter review Cindy. You beat us with 10, we had 9 in our viewing with 4 being us. Like our very own cinema.
      I came away loving it immensely 9/10 me thinks. With such an urge to go back and see more.
      I feel I understood it. I know right! wtf! LOL Must of been all the drugs in my youth slotted back into place.
      I hadn’t been a fan of Patterson (loved the crazy Lighthouse), however I really liked his character here. I’m totally onboard with the no back story for our Protagonist too. Added to the mystery for me. They were both cold, in doing cold war spy shit kind of way.
      Yep Kenneth Branagh’s accent was great but I wish they hadn’t used him. It’s Kenneth Branagh doing a Russian accent!!! He took me completely out the picture when he first appeared. Luckily I got over it. Tchéky Karyo would of been good or they could of gone back in time and got Michael Nyqvist RIP…. Actually scrub those two why not just get a Russian actor!
      The end scene blew my mind. The airport return scene blew my mind. The road scene blew my mind. The opening Opera scene…….. yeah you guess it 🙂
      Oh I loved the film, it flew by in a blink of an eye and it was so great being back in the cinema.
      Going on the trailers though (covid aside)! It might be some time till we return. Though DUNE will get me back in.
      ps
      The beauty of film, we all see something different and it’s what I do love so much about it. Dunkirk could be my favorite of his!!! One of the most intense cinema experiences. Loved it so much I went back the next day.
      Different strokes… Hehe sorry for big ass comment. 🙂
      All the best and hope you have a lovely weekend
      Mikey”

      To Wolfman: I Have not seen Tenet yet – still nervous about going back to the cinemas while COVID-19 is continuing? I loved Lighthouse as well 🙂 I also accepted Pattinson in David Cronenberg’s Cosmopolis and Maps to the Stars, David Michod’s The Rover and James Gray’s The Lost City of Z. Dunkirk is actually my second favorite Nolan film after Memento 🙂 Great seeing you on here again Wolfie 🙂

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      • I’ve not seen any of those Patterson films JC!! I need to get to work on that.
        By son recommended me Good Time (2017) as he watched it on Netflix. Sounds like a good one.
        Yeah don’t worry about going back to the cinema until you feel safe. Tenet was enough of a draw for us to make the jump but however amazing the experience was it will have to be a intriguing film to get me back. Bond won’t be it! Looks terrible. Dune though….. oooooh now that excites.

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    • Hi Mikey,
      Sorry for the delay in the response–I was out all day yesterday. Anyway, I LOVE your enthusiasm for Tenet and if you know Keith and the Movies, Keith feels similarly. I think it’s great. I wonder if I were younger and carefree if I would have embraced it better. I never considered how much age plays a factor in the love of a film. In my 30s and 40s, I was passionate about films. Now in my 50s I find I’m bored more than not.
      Yikes!

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      • Oh don’t worry on the reply. I’m notoriously at least a week in some responses.!
        I didn’t know of Keith and the Movies blog. Just had a read and yes we do have similar thoughts on it.
        I’m knocking on 50s doors and it’s films like these that ignite my passion. Like to still geek out whenever I can.
        Especially when one, maybe at a push two, decent new films come out a year.
        Oh for the wonderful world of classic movie to fill the void.
        PS sorry for not popping in often, I struggle to keep up with everything with work, hobby and family.
        Best wishes
        Mikey

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