Christopher Nolan's TENET. The film that inspired our recent Nolan Oeuvre-view - the film that the entire movie theater industry has been resting its hopes on - was bound to disappoint some. Unfortunately, some of those disappointed moviegoers include Adam and Josh, who both found Nolan's film to be more style than substance. But there is considerable style, and its clever, if perplexing, time inversion plot offers a fascinating counter-point to Nolan's breakthrough "Memento." They also get a mental workout from Charlie Kaufman's latest, I'M THINKING OF ENDING THINGS, which hit Netflix this weekend. Rising star Jessie Buckley is a young woman whose identity comes into question when she takes a road trip with her boyfriend to visit his parents. Plus, Adam recommends the new BILL & TED sequel and the new doc FEELS GOOD MAN.
0:00 - Billboard
1:18 - R.I.P. Chadwick Boseman
6:54 - Review: "Tenet"
36:48 - AK recommends: "Bill & Ted Face the Music," "Feels Good Man"
47:56 - Notes
58:00 - Polls: Kaufman Movie Performances, Long Movies
1:03:16 - Review: "I'm Thinking of Ending Things"
1:21:24 - "Ending Things" Spoilers
1:29:59 - Outro
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