Why People Don’t Want To Watch Tenet Hitting Homes In December!

  • AUTHOR: midhat
  • POSTED ON: December 17, 2020

Christopher Nolan’s Tenet (here's everything about its VOD release), the big-budget, mind-bending, thriller movie that arrived at the midst of pandemic (because apparently, Nolan wanted people to risk their lives and come to theatres to watch his freaking movie, which will most probably confuse your already disillusioned minds), is now scheduled for a home release on box office on December 15th.

But, you know what, fans are not even excited this time to watch Tenet…

When first released, Tenet generally garnered positive reviews while some criticized it for its extremely tangled storyline. Overall, Tenet was a major flop in terms of box office performance. At Least, Nolan probably learned his lesson!

And now when the movie is coming to Home Entertainment, a much safer alternative to rewatch his movie, fans are not buying it—literally!

Here’s why:

Because Nolan’s realistic approach doesn’t blow away fans’ minds…

There was a time when we used to love the generic aesthetics of a Christopher Nolan film. All that realistic, business casual flare sets his movies apart from other filmmakers and makes his approach to the Batman trilogy seem revolutionary! But now fans are kind of tired with his same-old technique.

Fans have had enough of these men in suits shooting at each other for no apparent reason.

By the look of its trailer, it seems like he applied that trick to this movie as well, and fans are not finding it fascinating!

Because it’s another Inception-like movie

Truth be told, Inception sets the bar when it comes to mystery and thriller movies. It’s one of Nolan’s revolutionary cinematic masterpieces! The film's plot was oozing with originality. Like an idea of a bunch of people planning to plot a dream instead of stealing it. What? How? Well, Nolan brilliantly pulled it off!

As far as Tenet is concerned, we know that Tenet has something to do with time! But isn't it what we have seen in many movies? It feels like Nolan forgot to hit the brakes when it came to adding time manipulation. Our heads are still SPINNING!

If Tenet turns out to be as original as Inception, we’ll know where to put our money at! But it seems like fans are not convinced by the trailer, and rightly so…

You be the judge and decide:

Because it’s too complicated…

Just at the beginning of the movie, it will feel like you’re solving those complicated algorithm problems that tend to be too difficult no matter how much effort you put in.

Tenet, while marketed as a great escape from the ongoing pandemic, turned out to be so tangled up in itself that it feels to be as joyless an experience as going to see this movie in the midst of a pandemic.

Because of it’s awful timing…

Tenet was supposed to be an escape from the anxiety, depression, and all the bad vibes this covid-19 has brought into our lives (at least how it was marketed), but does it really succeed to do so? Well, fans are doubting it!

Tenet is a confusing, tangled up movie, which will further push you in the COVID limbo instead of helping you escape from it. Which is exactly why this movie is the wrong film for this time!

Even if you tend to focus on every movement and sequence, the more you zoom in, the more questions you will have in your mind. And you’ll be asking yourself or to the dumb friend sitting beside you: WTF is even going on?

Because of Nolan’s selfish intentions...

Yes, he's a super talented and famed director in the industry. But this time he lost our respect! While many big studios decided to release their big flicks either on digital platforms or have postponed them, Nolan decided to release the movie in the midst of the pandemic—indirectly asking people to come out of their safe houses, because he made a big-as* budgeted movie and it will look awful on laptop screens.

He doesn’t care if you catch a virus or anything, but you gotta watch it because it will offer you a so-called ‘escape’…

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Updated December 17, 2020
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