Christopher Nolan movies have been known for a masterful combination of intense action, thought provoking subjects, stunning visuals and practical effects — visual effects done simply with the camera and without computer generated models or after-effects.
Christopher Nolan’s new movie, “Tenet,” recently released to movie theaters, is impressive, in parts, because it also relies on practical effects
“Christopher Nolan’s ‘Tenet” contains no green screen, just practical effects,” said Rachel Labante said in an August article from Screen Rant.
Despite having zero special effects, the movie still maintains intense action scenes that would be expected from a Nolan movie.
Movie fan Nicholas Waldmann said, “The action scenes were really impressive and super unique to that movie.”
When it comes to Nolan’s trademark of giving the viewer perplexing concepts, the movie did not come up short. In fact, one of the biggest complaints about the movie was that it was too complicated.
Johnny Oleksinski said in an August article from the New York Post, “Even for the vaunted director of ‘Inception’, an epic about shared dreams, and ‘Memento,’ in which scenes play out in reverse, ‘Tenet’ is heady stuff. Trying to understand the story can make you feel like you’re sitting on a stool in a dunce cap.”