This is less a review of Tenet than it's me trying to suss out what I understand after watching the movie. But I've included links to articles that helped me understand the parts I didn't.
Here are my thoughts on all the movies opening in Singapore in April, which ones *I'm* watching, and why I'm skipping the rest.
Did you watch Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald? Did you like it? I didn't.
Buckle up, because this is going to be a long one. Like many Singaporeans last week, I watched Crazy Rich Asians to see how well Singapore comes off in the movie. I'll try to corral my many thoughts into a manageable puddle here, rather than an uncontrolled torrent of words.
The 2017 San Diego Comic-Con, the biggest and most popular fan convention in the world, mecca to pop culture geeks everywhere, happened this past weekend, and film and TV studios have been busy dropping new footage and peeks at their upcoming shows. There's actually still one more day to go, but the major film and TV panels are done with, so I'll get down to the news that I'm most excited about.
There is no way for me to review Wonder Woman my way, without revealing major plot points; so if you don't want to be spoiled, don't read it first. Also, WHAT are you waiting for? Go watch it *immediately*!
Before I start on this review proper, buckle up for a not-so-brief history of how Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (from now on referred to as BVS) came to be. It'll help you understand why BVS rubbed me wrongly from the get-go, and why I went into it with derisive feelings. My friend accused me of being biased against the film, and so even if it was good, I wouldn't say so, but that's not true. *If* it was good, I would admit it -- in tones of absolute surprise, yes, but I would.
In the words of one of the numerous reviewers raving over Mad Max: Fury Road: "See. That. Damn. Movie."
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