Movie information Tenet 2020 de Christopher Nolan
Tenet,Full movie released in 2020 directed byChristopher Nolan and interpreted byJohn David Washington, Robert Pattinson, Elizabeth Debicki, Kenneth Branagh, Dimple Kapadia, Himesh Patel, ... and produced bySyncopy...
The movie Tenet about what Armed with only one word - Tenet - and fighting for the survival of the entire world, the Protagonist journeys through a twilight world of international espionage on a mission that will unfold in something beyond real time.
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Tenet , series of Christopher Nolan With a budget of205,000,000 $ and with a collection of363,129,000 $ and with a duration of150minutes, what can you watch online en Spectrum On Demand .
Armed with a single word, Principle, and fighting for the survival of the planet, the protagonist travels to a twilight world of international espionage on a mission that exceeds the limits of real time. They are not time travel. Investment. (WARNER BROS PICTURES)
Nolan, confused blockbuster expert
Yes, as one miss said in one of the viral videos I’ve been most frequent over the years, Confucius made up confusion Nolan I can boast that I created what I like to call a confusing blockbuster.
For titles like Interstellar or, above all, Source (Beginning) I refer to.
Large budget tapes, intended to reach the box office (Nolan conquered a position on the very exclusive list of directors whose names function as a pure claim besides stories and even castings), but which are far from the typical box office and / or popcorn hits (in the Michael Bay, for example and so that they understand me).
The movie was added to this list Principle, intrigue (a mixture of action and science fiction) that some have already cataloged, quite correctly, as a James Bond-style film (but passed through the private screen of the director of Memory)
Nolan against Nolan
Sorry, it is inevitable for me to compare the film Principle with the excellent Source, as far as the rumors that the two were linked were false.
What's worse, this comparison does not go well. Mainly in two very relevant sections: script and cast.
Two sections that, comparisons aside, did not convince me.
The script because it presents us with a handful of somewhat blurred characters (and somewhat boring and / or without charisma) and, above all, because it manages to lose me (and not because the result offers us a lot of information and it is almost impossible to process them) on a first screening) over your two and a half hours of filming (it doesn't help that the film Principle start with strength but without offering any information or that in the last section, as I mentioned earlier, we are overloaded with good relevant data).
From his cast, and despite the fact that everyone complies, the lack of charisma scratches me (yes, it is also the fault of some characters that, I insist, lack charisma).
Branagh He stands out, no matter how small his cartoon character is; the of PattinsonOn the other hand, it seems to me a casting error (I'm not a fan nor did I hate the actor and I still don't see him that great performer that many talk about; I didn't see him here and I didn't see him, so say another example, in Cosmopolis, the weakest of the films directed by my admirer David Cronenberg)
Nor am I excited about the leading role of the almost unknown, no matter how much he was nominated for a Golden Globe for his work in Seeker at KKKLan (BlacKkKlansman), John David Washington (again I see more guilt in your character plan).
Nolan, star of the show
Directed, written and produced by Nolan, Principle it also has a lot of really plausible sections.
Its multiple action scenes are shot with a precise pulse (the direction is definitely the section best solved by Nolan), photography shines (it would highlight a certain important scene in which the protagonists are two colors: red and blue), the sound section can only be classified as overwhelming (however it touches, on more than one occasion, stridency) and assembly is truly masterful (and no easy task!).
Principle It is the most powerful title we can find on the current card; a title that makes us vibrate for its great technical finish (of those who enjoy watching movies) but in whose plot I could not (or knew) to dive 100%.
Certainly, a second visualization would lead me to evaluate it in a more positive way (I have the feeling that important information has escaped me). The problem is that it didn't make me want to repeat it in the short / medium term.
The best: Its remarkable technical section.
Worse: A script and some actors that didn't end up filling me.