All I saw was dollar signs; left, right and centre.
The narrative was lost underneath the board of banknotes that was spent on the luxurious locations. I mean, don’t get me wrong. It transported me to a different world that I will never explore but...
It was like staring at a big shiny diamond but then having no clue what to do with it afterwards. What was the point?
Layer after layer of perfectly-constructed murder mystery, each act giving you a taste of what is to come.
I can’t believe I didn’t see this sooner, I was looking at every detail trying to suss out the murderer but getting it wrong at every turn.
The best sign of a great film to any movie lover.
Crashing through the nauseating headache of sound barraged at you, you see the backwards technicalities that Christopher Nolan is trying to create. Like a mad scientist, he's forever had an obsession with time, but this has to be his most experimental yet.
If you look away for a second, you won't understand it. If you fully concentrate all the way through... you won't understand it, but in a weird mind-boggling way, you're sat there trying to figure out every possible…