Daniel Dryden’s review published on Letterboxd:
I know that the plot for this film has been kept under wraps to avoid spoilers, but honestly, I couldn’t spoil this film if I tried, because it’s just convoluted as fuck.
Sure, it looks nice, Robert Pattinson seems to be the only actor having a bit of fun with his role, and the effects that are utilised are nifty, but the plot is just just overly complicated and I feel like 80% of the script is just exposition.
This meant that I could never really connect with any of the characters, especially John David Washington, “cleverly”(?) called The Protagonist in the credits, because Chris Nolan decided to be a little pretentious this time around.
I mean, it was ok, but a total disappointment. Can’t believe that this is the film that they think will unite audiences, because I’m sure it’s gonna be divisive.