Criticism of Tenet: is it so bad?

Tenet opens on the billboards today. Directed by Cristopher Nolan and starring John David Washington and Robert Pattinson.

Armed with just one word – Tenet – the protagonist of this story must fight for the survival of the entire world in a mission that takes him to travel through the dark world of international espionage that will unfold into something beyond linear time.

Tenet is Nolan's new movie,

one of the most acclaimed directors in the blockbuster world. Here we have an interesting movie, like all of Nolan's. In Tenet we find an audiovisual beauty that borders on the masterful, but, instead, we have flat, bland and not very memorable characters, who will be forgotten. Nolan presents physics concepts that remain credible on screen and are not forced, something difficult to achieve. In the script written by Nolan himself we see those complexities and twists of his films, something that on a personal level I find exhausting, since Nolan prefers complexity to well-structured scripts or well-defined characters. So, in the end, it turns out to be just another Nolan movie that, I am no longer surprised.

Here the turns are predictable,

all this covered by some precious visual details, but they don't give us any sequence that shines on its own. It doesn't highlight anything. The cast is fine, limited by the flatness of the script as they cannot offer more than what is asked of them; does not give for more. It is not that Tenet is something complex, but that it is badly narrated, a badly narrated mess, beautiful, but in the end it's a mess (which is not intended). Nolan's fans are freaking out about his movie messes, but I'm beginning to believe that Nolan is a bad storyteller.

Honestly,

Tenet is a boredom sermon full of badly posed riddles. Of course, the aesthetic is very good. The rest is worth nothing.

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Tenet

Title : TenetPublication date : 2020-08-26Synopsis: Armed with just one word –Tenet– the protagonist of this story must fight for the survival of the entire world in a mission that takes him to travel through the dark world of international espionage that will unfold into something beyond linear time. Director (s): Cristopher nolanCast: John David Washington
Robert Pattinson
Elizabeth debicki
Dimple kapadia
Michael Caine
Kenneth BranaghGender : Action. Thriller.


Luis Miguel Sergeant Gomez

Tenet
5

The best

The visual section.
The action scenes.

Worst

The lousy narrative.
The predictable turns.

5.0 2.50
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