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  • Tenet is a 2020 science fiction action-thriller film written and directed by Christopher Nolan. The film follows a secret agent who learns to manipulate the flow of time to prevent an attack from the future that threatens to annihilate the present world
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  • This film has about a 2 hour and 30 minute runtime
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If you have to watch a movie in this manner to understand the plot, then to me it's no longer pleasurable because it's simply a bad movie which the director didn't do a good job of explaining. Imagine if you were to watch this in a theater, you'd have to cheat and stay behind for a 2nd viewing to understand the plot. If the next show was sold out, you'd get kicked out and be left scratching your head!
With most Nolan movies, may want to consider the physical for the IMAX scenes.
$10 for the movie and $20 for an actual explanation re what the hell's going on in the movie...

I really wanted to like this movie, but it's extremely hard to follow and jumps around like crazy with little to no explanation as to the reason for the next scene.

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With most Nolan movies, may want to consider the physical for the IMAX scenes.
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Great movie if you can keep up with the plot
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Microsoft matched the price. https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/p...6kgwxn7p02 [Monetized] I agree with the IMAX comment. Nolan's previous IMAX scenes appear in 2.4:1 or 2.2:1 on streaming, instead of 1.78:1 that is on the physical discs.
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Vudu has matched the price. https://www.vudu.com/content/movi...et/1493460 [Can't Monetize]
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Fandangonow and Google TV/YouTube have matched the price. https://www.fandangonow.com/detai...eci=movies [Monetized]
https://youtu.be/3hqPFylPSns
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$10 for the movie and $20 for an actual explanation re what the hell's going on in the movie...

I really wanted to like this movie, but it's extremely hard to follow and jumps around like crazy with little to no explanation as to the reason for the next scene.
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Thanks, been sitting on some Google Play credits waiting for this to drop
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If only someone from the future would come and give me my 2.5hrs and save me from watching this garbage!
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Any idea if this is coming to HBO Max this year?
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Its a Christopher Nolan movie, you didnt really expect to be able to just watch it once with a bag of popcorn, did you?

Suggestion: Watch the first 45 minutes (or so, wait for a good stopping point)
Then watch it again. 3rd time if necessary.
Do that for every ~45 minute chunk of the movie.
Then watch the whole thing beginning to end.

Makes a lot more sense, and is a lot more enjoyable. At the expense of more time, of course.
Chunking it up like that is IMO, better than just watching it several times straight through
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Search a few online explanations after you watched it, then watch it again. It helps a lot! 😜
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Quote from Evan55 :
Its a Christopher Nolan movie, you didnt really expect to be able to just watch it once with a bag of popcorn, did you?

Suggestion: Watch the first 45 minutes (or so, wait for a good stopping point)
Then watch it again. 3rd time if necessary.
Do that for every ~45 minute chunk of the movie.
Then watch the whole thing beginning to end.

Makes a lot more sense, and is a lot more enjoyable. At the expense of more time, of course.
Chunking it up like that is IMO, better than just watching it several times straight through
If you have to watch a movie in this manner to understand the plot, then to me it's no longer pleasurable because it's simply a bad movie which the director didn't do a good job of explaining. Imagine if you were to watch this in a theater, you'd have to cheat and stay behind for a 2nd viewing to understand the plot. If the next show was sold out, you'd get kicked out and be left scratching your head!
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Quote from Evan55 :
Its a Christopher Nolan movie, you didnt really expect to be able to just watch it once with a bag of popcorn, did you?

Suggestion: Watch the first 45 minutes (or so, wait for a good stopping point)
Then watch it again. 3rd time if necessary.
Do that for every ~45 minute chunk of the movie.
Then watch the whole thing beginning to end.

Makes a lot more sense, and is a lot more enjoyable. At the expense of more time, of course.
Chunking it up like that is IMO, better than just watching it several times straight through
I kinda did this. Paused during wtf is happening parts. Discussed with people there. Made sense. So much happens it is hard to follow but until the final shindig makes sense. Last part doesn't
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