Teddy Roberts’s review published on Letterboxd:
Honestly, this is probably (from an "objective" standpoint) Christopher Nolan's best work.
It's been said thousands of times before, but every viewing elicits a new meaning, a new emotional resonance, a new prestige.
With such a cleanly woven pledge, turn, and final act there is no denying this is a masterclass in writing. I may not agree with everything Nolan decides to focus on in his films, but this piece of work truly shows he has an unspeakable talent for creating a story to display poetic and empathetic stories simultaneously.
If you haven't seen this, I could not recommend it more (even if you hate Nolan).