Discussion in 'Visual Arts' started by Deuce66, May 22, 2019.
You know, the idea of a backwards universe was original...when Red Dwarf did it.
You mean when Star Trek the Animated Series did it.
The studios are desperately hoping that Tenet will be the first movie "event" that brings people back to theaters since the pandemic started...
WB Reportedly Deciding The Release Date Fate Of ‘Tenet’ This Week As Theaters Hope Nolan Can Save Them
Christopher Nolan Will Have ‘Tenet’ Ready to Open July 17 — Unless Theaters Are Closed
Is ‘Tenet’ Still Opening On July 17 In This Coronavirus Climate? – Deadline
I'm crazy and I'm willing to go into a theater to see it provided there's nobody else within 10 feet of me.
Would you go if masks are mandatory and capacity limited to 25%?
Same. It’s a Nolan film. It’s an event.
Sure, if I can get a seat.
It would be tricky to drink my Coke but if I could get a good seat at IMAX that might be preferable to me, at the local IMAX theater the seats are pretty close together so I would appreciate the extra space.
If it gets good reviews I may go see it, but not if I have to wear a mask. I went shopping yesterday and the frikkin mask fogs up my glasses. I couldn't see two feet in front of me let alone across a movie theater.
John David Washington - I'll admit - has come a long way since he was on the
St. Louis Rams' practice squad. Good for him!
IDK, that trailer seems like a melange of every other recent sci-fi movie. I appreciate Nolan's ambitions - when he connects, the results are great. But I thought the harder Interstellar tried to be profound the dumber it got.
At this point, I'd pay to see "Freddie Got Fingered" in IMAX 3D to get out of the house.
I'll go see this in July if theaters are open. A Nolan flick that looks this interesting is worth a trip to the theater.
It’s a film I want to see, but I think I’ll still be reluctant to visit a cinema in July, if indeed the release date goes ahead.
TENET Prologue 2 (Recorded in an IMAX 70mm Theater with 1.43:1 AR) : tenet
I’ll definitely pay $20 to stream this.
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