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  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Tenet is great but it has a very complicated plot!

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    The biggest complaint about Tenet is the complexity of the plot and how hard it is to understand! There is a remedy though, you either need to watch it at least twice or you need to watch one of the explainer videos on you tube to fully appreciate exactly what is going on through the movie and the timeline of the different characters. A CIA agent which is known only as Protagonist must travel through time and bend the laws of nature to prevent World War III. Armed with only one word, Tenet, and fighting for the survival of the entire world, a Protagonist journeys through a twilight world of international espionage on a mission that will unfold in something beyond real time with the help of his wingman Neil (aka new Batman!), they must go after the baddie called Sator (aka Kenneth Branagh) for having a terrible Russian accent, just kidding but you’ll have to watch it. Just make sure that you have 2 hours and 30 minutes free because it’s not the type of movie that you can stop and start easily. From a visual standpoint it is pretty awesome and different to Inception. There are so many mind-blowing sequences that combine special effects, direction cinematography. I think this is one of those movies where the more times you watch it, the more you will understand about the timeline. I watch the 4K version as it looks best if your tv supports it. What's in the box? 3 Discs - One 4K Disc feature film, One Blu-ray Disc feature film, One Blu-ray special features and also one insert for the digital copy of the movie which can be redeemed for a movie download on the various app platforms. The box is the Metallic SteelBook cover with special artwork.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Most trippiest movie ever! Another masterpiece!!

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    Owned for 2 months when reviewed.

    Purchased this movie after seeing the trailer and seeing how crazy it looked and can honestly say I was not disappointed. Christopher Nolan has been a genius at making the most complex movies ever since my favorite movie from him The Prestige was made back in 2006 and the even crazier movie Inception. This movie is no exception to those previous movies and one that, at least for me, have to watch a couple of times before being able to say, ohhhhh now I get it, (and still even barely able to say that) haha. Like all his other movies this is one that you can't even blink without missing a key part of what's it's trying to explain to the audience and keeps you trying to figure out even after the movie is over.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Sci-fi thriller in 4k

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    Got tenet as a holiday gift to myself. Have a panasonic 4k player that a bought a few months ago and a lg 75 in 4k tv that I've owned for 2 years now. Believe it or not, tenet was the first 4k movie that I've bought and watched... The experience was great. Action packed movie that is very deep. Reminded me somewhat of Inception with Leonardo dicaprio. If you don't want to think then tenet is not for you. Many bonus features and the 4k experience along with my surround sound was unbelievable.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Another Mind-Bending Nolan Film!

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    Although not as good as other films of Nolan's, say Inception, the film is still amazing. Who else is able to create such original Hollywood films in this day and age? Caution: sound mixing is interesting, to say the least. Set piece scenes are VERY LOUD.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Amazing movie

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    Love the movie and I already got the steelbook so i had to collect the slipcover. They had plenty of availability of these and it was on sale for a really good price!

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Visual masterpiece on 4K Blu-Ray

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    Owned for 2 weeks when reviewed.

    Reference quality 4K Blu-Ray. Watching this on my 77" LG CX OLED. Mind blowing visuals. Audio is bombastic, subwoofer workout. Great film.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Cool movie

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    Owned for 2 months when reviewed.

    Pretty cool movie. Christopher Nolan is one of my favorite directors.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    AWESOME MOVIE!!!

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    Awesome Movie with an Awesome Plot! Highly Recommend To Anyone Wanting To Watch A Movie Along The Lines of Inception!!

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Pass on this movie

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    Good deal, but the movie kinda Sucked! It was slow in some places and just not as entertaining as I thought it was gonna be.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Tenet 4K Steelbook.

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    Owned for 2 weeks when reviewed.

    The 4K steelbook version has excellent artwork. The sound which is DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1 has excellent sound

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Wow...

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    Owned for less than 1 week when reviewed.

    Awesome movie and the PQ and AQ are reference. The SteelBook looks better in person.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Tenet review

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    Perfect condition. I give this movie 4 out of 5 stars.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 3 out of 5 stars with 1 review

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    I really wanted to like this movie but it just was not to be. My reason for this is the sci fi twist was just a bit overboard for my taste.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 2 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Never again for Pre-Orders

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    Owned for less than 1 week when reviewed.

    I pre-ordered it & got it 2 days later. The packaging was too tight & the entire sleeve was ripped & damaged.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Another Masterpiece from Christopher Nolan

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    Tenet is, in my opinion, another mind bending masterpiece from Christopher Nolan. I will not avoid the fact this movie will require multiple viewings to fully grasp what is happening but do not let that deter you from watching this film. If you have seen any of Nolan's recent films you know that you will witness a visual feast of amazing set pieces and expertly crafted action sequences. I will not go deep into the plot one because I do not want to spoil anything and two, given everything that happens this would be a very long review. The movie overall is an espionage movie with a time manipulation angle. The main character is pulled into this world in order to prevent what he believes is World War III. This story takes the main character all over the world in order to not only figure out who is responsible for this global plot but also how the time manipulation aspect is involved with this. I know that this is an incredibly vague plot summary but I do not like spoiling everything and again this movie is hard to explain. After I finished it the first time my group and I spent about thirty minutes talking about it and realized we all got different interpretations about what happened. This movie treats its audience like adults and trusts them to pay attention in order to follow this complex, multiple timeline spanning of a film. If I had to pick a negative it would be its length in that it might have benefited from being longer. It's current run is 2.5 hours but I think it would have benefited from another 30 minutes to flesh out some details. In the end I have nothing but praise for this movie. Yes, I will admit that I am a big Nolan fan and have liked all of the movies from him that I have seen but that does not take away from the fact that this movie is, once again in my opinion, and masterpiece. It is hard to find movies today that try to be so different and that trust its audience to pay attention and not want their handheld throughout the complex story. Masterfully directed, amazing acting, great action, spectacular set pieces, and a mind provoking story are just a few of the reasons that people should experience this film.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Turn On Subtitles

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    Blaring sound issues mar a future masterpiece. Christopher Nolan’s science-fiction action-thriller Tenet (2020) is an impressive feat by any measure with massive set pieces, innovative special effects, exciting action, pulsing score, riveting performances, and mind numbing writing. Nolan directed another masterpiece of a movie with groundbreaking filmmaking prowess. I thoroughly enjoyed every minute of Tenet as it’s pretty much nonstop action sequence after action sequence. However, I feel the need to mention immediately that I had to put on the subtitles at home to understand a single word of dialogue. Tenet’s killer score from groundbreaking composer Ludwig Goransson is pulsing and pounds itself into your brain. The problem is that Richard King’s sound mixing is so poorly mixed as the score blares over all the dialogue. I highly recommend Tenet, but you must turn on the subtitles to understand any speaking parts at all. Nolan’s an ambitious auteur and Tenet is easily his most ambitious film as a director yet. The script is well written by him with a mind-bending plot of a future threat and inverted bullets scattered all around the world. I found the characters thinly written, but incredibly effective. I wanted more explanations or revelations, but some mysteries remain unanswered. The ending is satisfying, though Nolan could use a female writer to better develop his tortured Elizabeth Debicki character with a more nuanced, sympathetic, and feminine lens. I wasn’t horribly bothered by the lack of thoughtful character arcs as Tenet is basically a glorified action spectacle with a glossy sci-fi premise. The sci-fi concept of reversing fights, gunshots, car chases, ships sailing, and explosions is pretty cool just for the surreal physics. In short, Nolan’s writing is bravely outlandish, but may confuse viewers begging for some clarity to all the sci-fi jargon. I cannot even imagine how much work went into Nathan Crowley’s production design. Andrew Jackson’s creative visual effects and Tenet’s remarkable CGI is up to the challenge. Jennifer Lame’s editing is very specific with exact cuts when needed to portray time travel and multiple perspectives of events. I cannot fathom how she put together all this footage without making Tenet confusing. Every action scene is enthralling in Tenet, while the rest of the drama is all set-up through exposition to explain the creative inverted thrills you are about to experience. John David Washington is pretty compelling as The Protagonist in Tenet. He is endearingly normal enough as a regular man thrust into Tenet’s insane premise for all the sci-fi drama, but believably cool as this skilled operative for the action sequences. Robert Pattinson has a lot of charisma and natural warmth as Neil. I wish we got some more of his wise-cracking planning agent for Washington’s talented leader role. Kenneth Branagh is quietly terrifying as Russian mob boss Andrei Sator hellbent on controlling time to bend it to his will. He is subtle and intimidating in many moments a lesser actor’s personality would have gotten lost in the role. Elizabeth Debicki completely steals the show as Tenet’s emotional core named Kat. She is drop dead gorgeous, unreal tall, gently sweet, nervously anxious, devastatingly hurt, and deeply conflicted all in one nuanced performance. I find Debicki very moving and captivating in Tenet. She is the only actress that feels genuinely like a real person, but I do not like seeing her in pain so often. She’s starting to get typecast as the distressed woman in a toxic relationship, only present to display agony and emotional or physical torture. I liked the cameos from Clemence Poesey, Michael Caine, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Himesh Patel, and Dimple Kapadia. They round out Tenet with some gravitas, levity, personality, and information. Jeffrey Kurland’s costumes are stylish and sleek with a modern aesthetic that feels like he raided Nolan’s personal closet for all the men. All the sets are expensively lavish in appearance with stunning art direction. All the global locales make Tenet look like a travel brochure for some of the loveliest backdrops in any modern feature film. Hoyte van Hoytema’s cinematography matches the lush environments as well as the shocking inverted action scenes. The camera follows the action so well, you feel like you’re in the middle of the fray at all times. His mid shots of faces and bodies work the best to me though compared to some of the crazier explosion driven action sequences. To conclude, Christopher Nolan’s relentless direction, ruthless ambition, and bravely bonkers writing make Tenet worth seeing for sure. I wish the characters were more emotional, realistic, and complex, but Tenet is full of sensory overload already.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Chris Nolan at His Most Chris Nolan

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    “Don’t try to understand it, feel it.” This is a direct quote from Clémence Poésy’s character in writer/director Christopher Nolan’s TENET which derives its name from the Sator Square (or Rotas Square) containing a five-word Latin palindrome. The text on this square may be read top-to-bottom, bottom-to-top, left-to-right, or right-to-left; it may also be rotated 180 degrees and is still able to be read in all those ways. In the simplest of terms, this is kind of all you need to know in order to understand what Nolan is going for in his latest if not necessarily grasping how he’s meaning to achieve it. “Broad terms” is a key phrase for an initial viewing of TENET as in: it’s best to try and understand everything in broad terms. If one tries to focus too heavily on the intricacies (or the exposition, as you may have heard) it’s without doubt that one will also become overwhelmed by the complexities Nolan and his screenplay are compacting into a narrative that is not only here to serve a story or an idea, but the filmmaker that is Mr. Nolan himself. Is the film complicated? Undoubtedly, but does it make sense in those broad terms to the extent there is something for audiences to take away from the experience? Certainly. As stated, this is Nolan functioning at his most Nolan-est. John David Washington (star of BlackKklansman, son of Denzel) is our literal protagonist here (seriously, that’s the character name he’s given), but the real star of TENET is Nolan himself. The director has explored time through multiple facets throughout his filmography whether it be backwards in Memento, the extended experiences of our dreams that might amount to only a few minutes of actual sleep in Inception, the relativity and dilation of time when travelling through the stars in Interstellar as well as in the ticking clock of war in Dunkirk. Nolan has always used this element as a point of view though, as a way to better understand what his characters are going through; what the individual experience of whatever story Nolan is telling might have actually felt like. TENET is a different beast. Whereas time has always been more a factor of the plot (maybe even the antagonist, I see you Interstellar) it has never become the purpose, the cog on which the entirety of the point of the story turns. TENET is both a spy film that ultimately culminates in our hero saving the girl and the world from a bad, bad man while also being a film steeped in the fantastical idea that someone has engineered a product that allows human beings to pass both forward and backward in time. Like I said, broad terms. What’s unfortunate is that while Nolan is spinning his impressive wheels at the highest of levels and combining his strong visual and atmospheric prowess with that of truly inventive and innovative ideas (per usual) he is still unable to make us care about the people parading through these locations and ideas. In short, Poésy’s character was onto something when she said, “Feel, don’t think,” as a lack of understanding regarding the world of TENET might more easily be forgiven if there were anything to feel for any of these individuals, but Nolan’s script is so intent on generating questions over care that it’s difficult to consider much reflection once the astonishment wears off.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Another Great Chris Nolan Movie

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    I've watched this movie on cable TV other day ago, and I've got to say Chris Nolan managed to make another great movie. If you're not familiar with Chris Nolan's movies, you should definitely check out the Dark Knight Trilogy. Without spoiling too much about Tenet, you don't get much info about the plot in the beginning aside from the fact that the protagonist himself is going be on some wild mission to save the entire world from a certain future annihilation by going into the past literally. Don't try to think too hard when you watch this movie. I would say the plot is somewhat straight forward, but complex in a way that have more questions than answers you want.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Excellent 4k video

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    Owned for 1 month when reviewed.

    uch like previous Nolan blockbusters on 4K and Blu-ray, Tenet attempts to re-create the IMAX theatrical experience with another mixed aspect ratio presentation that frequently opens up to 1.78:1; it's not exactly 1.43:1 but, under the circumstances, achieves the same effect. No matter its shape, this 2160p transfer is indeed a stunner and one of the best overall 4K presentations I've seen to date. Image detail is absolutely phenomenal from the opera house opening onward, as shot after shot delivers incredible depth and fine detail that's further aided by deep blacks and extremely refined contrast levels. Of course the modern "orange and teal" palette is in full effect here, which also aids the push-and-pull effect that makes an immediate sensory impact and heightens the film's more stylized moments. Of course, the disc's HDR enhancement contributes to this intended effect and, when paired with the film's 65/70mm roots*, creates an immediate and lasting visual impression. The warm interior of the opening opera house sequence -- a peaceful and inviting atmosphere that's shattered within moments -- sets the bar very high but it's easily cleared soon enough. From there, Tenet continues as a collection of visually stunning moments rather than something that can be described in broad, blanketed terms. The impossibly vivid blue of open waters, combined with sunlit scenes aboard Andrei Sator's luxury yacht. Unparalleled depth in panoramic exteriors, especially cityscapes. Deep blood-red and crimson hues of the mirrored "inversion" room. Glowing amber lights against the darkened backdrop of a plane crash. Everything pops nicely and even the most, well, normal-looking scenes are heightened by its cinematography, creating a palpable level of visual stimulation that, if I'm being perfectly honest, carries the film more capably than its overly twisting narrative. From a purely visual perspective, Tenet is just about as perfect as it gets.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    A Visual Palindrome of Time

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    I'm a huge Christopher Nolan fan. I love how he plays with time. My favorites from him are the Prestige, Memento and Interstellar. I really wanted to see Tenet in the theater and during this time of COVID-19, I could not --nor would I risk that. With that said, I feel like this film would have benefited from the big screen instead of my 32 inch television. It's a cool film. This film feels the most mainstream (aside from Dunkirk and the Batman Dark Knight Triliogy), yet at the same time it may be the most confusing. I was confused about why everything turned into an action scene --which I won't reveal, but the action feels very 90s to me. I don't mind that though, it's still a fun film. Still, much of the reasons for blowing stuff up and going commando is well explained, but they do explain all the time bending inverted stuff pretty well. Halfway through the film the plot and action movies like a pendulum of time. It's a really cool visual palindrome of a movie. It's worth a watch. I wish there was a bit more to think about though like I have in other Christopher Nolan films, but this is still some cool stuff. This version comes with the Dvd, Blueray and a Digital Copy. I actually will probably use all three formats. I love having physical media, but it's great having digital copies too especially while traveling sharing with distant family. Having two physical copies is cool if I ever need to lend a copy out. It's nice having all three. I've yet to check out any of the special features.

    I would recommend this to a friend