Tenet is a very difficult movie to review, perhaps because it’s so darn confusing. It’s the kind of film, like writer/director Christopher Nolan’s previous ones, needs to be viewed multiple times in order to at least have a basic grasp of what is transpiring. His latest, which was the first film I saw in theaters after Regal Cinemas [temporarily] reopened, is his most confounding one yet — in fact, the only one who is 100% sure of what is going on is, more than likely, Nolan himself.
Review: Always Be My Maybe (2019)
Always Be My Maybe may, in some respects, be considered a standard romantic comedy — especially with its numerous predictable elements and stereotypically terrible significant others — but it finds enough ways to keep the genre fresh and interesting without seeming to cater to anyone in particular.