Review: Tenet Christopher’s Nolan’s time-bending, cinema-saving epic has finally hit cinemas, but is it good enough for you to leave the safety of home to see it? Isaac Bettridge gives us his thoughts. Christopher Nolan vanishes up his own arsehole with Tenet, a film that combines the glamorous locales and stylish action of a Bond […]
Henry Jordan discusses three theories about Nolan’s mysterious Tenet, from crazy to even crazier.
An ensemble of Screen writers pitch in with their favourite films of the 2010s.
Most war films show us battles, give us context, surround us in politics. Dunkirk does none of these. Dunkirk is a film that is not about a battle; it is about a retreat, and the little context and politics given is irrelevant. This is a film shown to us through the subjective lens of soldiers […]