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DaMuleRules wrote:
I thought it was an interesting piece of filmmaking from a technical standpoint. Obviously visually stunning. The sound work was great. The editing very well done. But to me, the non-linear/vignette approach didn't come together in a compelling fashion.

I won't say I was disappointed, but I feel it came up short. And part of that is because to me it felt like a film where a lot had been cutout for various reasons.

I think I liked it more than you but I agree with the sentiment. The technical achievements are stunning. Really one of the most visceral movies I can remember. I saw it in full IMAX 70mm. The sound design is off the charts. I do wish we were given more of a story to sink our teeth into, or some more fleshed out characters to follow because everything else was so compelling. Nolan's team should be extremely proud of what they pulled off nonetheless.
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