Deam Hawkins’s review published on Letterboxd:
In my opinion, it's quite literally impossible to rate a film properly if you aren't able to assess everything properly, and Tenet is a prime example of this. My initial thoughts though are that this might be a conceptual masterpiece, and somehow further establishes Nolan even higher as being in a league of his own. The sound mixing is for me personally not the best and I felt that he sacrificed too much human emotion in order to keep the plot together but what's done here is too remarkable to not at least appreciate. Only masterminds think of concepts like this, let alone greenlight and produce it, and the end result is nothing but stunning. This really isn't for everyone, but the fight choreography, cinematography, editing and storyboarding are all A-tier. Definitely a must-see in a cinema, and more than necessary to see more than once.