The very next morning news channels around the world broadcast an unprecedented press conference featuring Dr. Frost amidst the most powerful leaders of the world announcing that she was now the dictator of the entire globe.
Many thought it was a joke. Others did not. Colonel Rhodes and Vision were two of these individuals. Gazing at the television screen with dour expressions they watched as the terrorist proudly boasted how she would change the world for the better, blah blah blah.
Christopher Nolan is known for making movies with trippy plotlines that are hard to grasp but nice to look at and yet TENET makes Inception look like an Avengers movie.
TENET is incredible for all of its spectacle and seat-rumbling (due to its incredible sound in IMAX) glory but what it has in sheer eye-widening visuals it lacks in cohesive storytelling. Literally, I didn’t know what was going on from the very beginning.
The movie moves at such a breakneck speed from the get go that you can’t figure out what in the heck is happening, not to mention that the movie is so loud you can’t hear what people are saying when it seems that they’re uttering a crucial detail to the ever-changing plot of the movie.
Nolan has created a puzzle that runs forwards and backwards, literally, and his time inversion heist save-the-world-from-doomsday love story movie is just…whoa. It’s a lot!
It’s back! The Mandalorian is coming and our first look at Season 2 is finally here, via an article in the newest issue of Entertainment Weekly. Now, as with the first season, Jon Favreau is keeping a lid on what to expect from his show so these photos are very miniscule in details and surprises. We’re basically just getting fresh new looks at the four good guys we saw in the last episode of the first season; Mando, Baby Yoda, Cara Dune, and Greef Karga.