Partly good but I’m left confused at what is the point this movie is making. Is it a statement that everything is related to politics? Or is it a statement that juvenile prisons do not reform people but rather makes them career criminals?
Vijay and Vijay Sethupathi do enough justice to their roles as one might expect from them. I have not clue as to what roles the female characters had in this movie. Malavika Mohan was just to add a female presence just like Nayanthara in Bigil or Keerthy Suresh in Sarkar. And Andrea seems to be there just to make up for the pre-climax action sequence.
Midway through the movie, I half-expected Hot Shot Part Deux style kill counter to be displayed. 🤦♀️
This was lying in my partly watched movie list in Netlflix for years. Since I was in a mood for a mindless movie, this definitely fit the bill.
When I tried to log this movie to Letterboxd, I found that I had watched this movie in 2016 . 🤦♀️
Tenet is a great example of how Nolan manages to create an exciting 2.5 hour movie with Time. I’ll be watching it again for sure.
Max loved the movie. We watched this after watching Wonder Woman 1984.
I watched this for the second time with Max. He was feeling bored being cooped up inside with chickenpox. After watching this, he wanted to watch the first one.