Christopher Nolan’s Tenet is being called the most twisted and time-warped film out there. With a theatrical release that earned Christopher Rs 4.25 crore in India, Twitter has a lot to say about the film that left it absolutely confused.
Here are some reactions you must read before watching the movie:
Just TENET thing . pic.twitter.com/rL3v1gj7gA— Gujarati Chhokro (@pubgkadeewana) December 8, 2020
after watching Tenet pic.twitter.com/HlT49SnfHd— The Daily Hera Pheri Meme Project (@dailyherapheri) December 9, 2020
Nolan pitching the idea for Tenet for the first time pic.twitter.com/eQMDjFRFUx— Achintya Karapurkar (@_k3rnel_pan1c) December 8, 2020
Me to nolan after watching Tenet :- pic.twitter.com/M4VC1tnmL7— Rajasthani Memer (@Tez_Gendbaz) December 9, 2020
#Tenet— KFI Box-office (@kfi_boxOffice) December 4, 2020
As usual #Nolan & his thoughts are way ahead of its time.
Understanding the screenplay is tricky but you can enjoy amazing action blocks & an electrifying soundtrack. Try to watch in IMAX for the best experience.
Note: Study/revise #Entropy before entering the theater. pic.twitter.com/AHyLCSaW49
Tenet— jedi santi (@hesruthless_) December 8, 2020
•there’s no shame in searching “ending explained” after this one
•Jesus fuck this shit is hard to follow
•the rewatch value prolly 10/10 tho
•very intelligent & entertaining
•there’s times where I thought HOW was this shot?
Tenet is more complex than Interstellar and Inception combined— karan. (@Thateverydayguy) December 5, 2020
The concept for Tenet doesn’t make any fucking sense. If you’re reversing the cause and effect of a situation, you get weird shit like that car scene on the highway. But that also means the car was always crashed there until the protagonist started driving in the future. What? pic.twitter.com/uyiSl44zwB— Kirby (@bootilicious20k) December 8, 2020
Me trying to explain the storyline of Tenet pic.twitter.com/CyvTAHxfGI— Lee J (@Gothamcitylee) December 8, 2020
TENET got me feeling stupid fr 😂😣 pic.twitter.com/MvYKDc1GYS— Kibira (@muthui_little) December 8, 2020
The film starring John David Washington, Robert Pattinson, Elizabeth Debicki, Dimple Kapadia, Michael Caine, and Kenneth Branagh is the first Hollywood film to open in theaters since the pandemic.