starr ☕’s review published on Letterboxd:
i watched this hours ago but i'm still trying to think of what to say...it was vacant, but in a good way. a lack of character backstories, but it was clear none were needed.
it hit the two most important points for me, at least: nolan getting fucky with time and hans zimmer making my heart absolutely race
edit: harry styles was like...really fucking good