news culture Semi-failure, this science fiction film by Christopher Nolan is released in theaters in the United States in the best conditions. And France?
Will the top stop spinning? Ha no, damn it, it’s not Nolan’s good movie. However, TENET is returning to theaters.
The neurons will warm up
In 2020, Christopher Nolan offered us another complex work with TENET. The film centers on a CIA agent who investigates one Sator, an arms dealer.. The latter has a considerable advantage that would surely make Prince of Persia’s Sargon envious: the manipulation of time. In fact, thanks to machines that can reverse the entropy of objects, the big bad manages to direct the course of events in the opposite direction. Fortunately, our good hero, accompanied by Agent Neil played by Robert Pattinson, will have the opportunity to also use this technology to thwart the antagonist’s plans.
As we said before, the film is quite complicated to follow. Just take a look at our forums to see many posts titled “I didn’t understand anything about the movie TENET.”. The characters go in one direction or another like a palindrome. These concepts are inspired by the mysterious antiquity that is Sator Square. Despite the fairly positive reviews, Nolan’s film left more than one viewer in the lurch. The film ultimately grossed $365 million.That’s more than the $200 million budget it requested, but less than the $400 million to reach the break-even point estimated by analysts.
Come back, bigger than ever
In the United States, Christopher Nolan’s TENET will be broadcast in 70mm for one week in Imax theaters at the end of February. This new edition will arrive on February 23 and will coincide with the release of Dune: Part Two by Denis Villeneuve. TENET viewers will also have the right to discover new excerpts from Dune: Part Two during the session. What about France? The Pathé group announced that he also proposed to see TENET again in Imax, and from now on, and for a short week.
“I saw this masterpiece in 2020 in one of the few counties in my state that are allowed to open a movie theater. It’s worth seeing in Imax. Even if you saw it on streaming” we read in the comments of the announcement video. “Only the opening scene of the opera deserves a second viewing in 70mm.”says one user. “Releasing an already released movie is so TENET” another user laughs.
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