Though Warner Bros released Christopher Nolan's Tenet exclusively in theatres last year, that did not stop the filmmaker from criticising the production house for releasing its subsequent films simultaneously on HBO Max during the pandemic.
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Tenet will hit Amazon Prime Video in English as well as Hindi, Tamil and Telugu on 31 March.
Tenet, starring John David Washington and Robert Pattinson, was first released in US theatres in August last year.
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Tenet is likely to find fewer takers than many of Nolan’s other films, despite its ambition and merit
Tenet might just have crossed a threshold for how much viewers are willing to engage if they’ve to work hard to enjoy a film. And yet, by challenging himself and believing in the fundamental empathy and intelligence of his audience, Nolan is also getting more assured and capable at crafting his films.
Tenet dazzles — it effortlessly fits into Christopher Nolan's self-created brand of brainiac entertainment, but it does not move the heart.
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Tenet represents a dangerous gambit in the age of COVID-19: a blockbuster so must-see the studio hopes audiences will risk infection and death just to catch a glimpse of its brilliance. But in the end, Tenet is just a movie, as it was always going to be.
Addressing Indian fans, Christopher Nolan said some of the "most exciting" scenes in Tenet have been shot in Mumbai
Tenet was the first big-budget Hollywood feature to go for a theatrical release in August since the pandemic shut down cinemas worldwide in March.
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Tenet fell to $3.4M from 2,850 locations in its fourth weekend of play for a subdued North American total of $41.2 million.
Tenet played in 2,810 North American locations, about three-fourths of what most major releases typically launch in.
With confusing timelines, patchy dialogues, and an ending that is also a beginning, watching Tenet is like being stuck in a time loop — much like this pandemic.