When it comes to Christopher Nolan's work, I know I won't be disappointed and will happily watch it multiple times. Tenet lived up to expectations as an audacious sci-fi cerebral "heaven". The script - sharp and intelligent; the direction - excellent as always; the cast - so so good; the camerawork and cinematography - beautifully spectacular; and last but not least, the score by Ludwig Goransson - sublime. Simply brilliant. I'd wish I had paid more attention during physics class but then again, it's not too late to read up on inversion and entropy! I had fun. If you're looking for a thinking film where you can bring your brain into the cinema and be suitably entertained in wonder, this is the one. Enjoy.
Soul was deeply moving, and is a well made animation meant really to be appreciated by adults. It's a good film to sit through that inspires you to taste all of life in its simplicity - appreciating the deep values of the mundaneness of life and joys of everyday life and the daily routines, and question what "success" and "achievements" actually mean. My favourite scene was when they were in the barber shop. That was one of the most nuanced scenes I have sat through in a long time. It's a great film to think about finishing well in life, and what that means to each of us. Great work from Pixar. Loved it.
Yesterday is definitely a sleeper surprise, and I loved it! Imagining a world with the Beatles? It's a charming rom-com that plays on a blip in time where suddenly, bits of popular culture, including its music and films go missing! Hamish Patel is superb in his lead role as Jack Malik, well supported by Lily James and a great cast. My main criticism is the editing and the plot holes in the story telling. But overall, a lovely film. Enjoyed it.