This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
1) This movie makes so much sense, it’s painful
2) Every Christopher Nolan movie is equal parts love>humanity and time shenanigans
3) “Protagonist” willingly cements himself in a time loop so that he can fall in love with someone he cannot interact with at the expense of his best friend. I definitely need to watch this a second time to fully understand the relationship dynamics (which I would argue are the primary dynamics).
4) Props to Nolan for simultaneously being…