Damian’s review published on Letterboxd:
I will keep this spoiler free.
The visual effects are immaculate, action sequences are quite enjoyable, the score is decent (albeit very loud) and performances are all top notch with the exception of Kenneth Branagh (dreadful accent). However the film does get VERY confusing at times, I could have really done with subtitles and therefore a rewatch is very much needed. The characters are also bland with no substance/personality to warrant my attention. The film drags during the second act but the last 30 mins are good cinema. Is it one of Nolan’s best films? No. Is it one of his worst? Also no. I would put it somewhere in the middle in terms of his filmography. Elizabeth Debicki was great. A bit underwhelmed because it’s Chris Nolan but still a good watch.