Hugh Jackman says Nolan’s Tenet is Mind Blowing

Hugh Jackman, aka “The Wolverine” posted on Twitter after watching Christopher Nolan’s science fiction film “Tenet”. He wrote the movie is mind blowing with its scientific aspects. “Tenet” an action-spy-fi film is written and directed by Christopher Nolan. The film is starred by John David Washington, Robert Pattinson, Elizabeth Debicki, Dimple Kapadia, Michael Caine, and Kenneth Branagh. The movie is about a secret agent (played by John David Washington” who manipulates the flow of time to prevent the world from World War 3. 

Hugh Jackman about “Tenet”

Jackman after watching the movie Tenet wrote on Twitter “If you’re able to see @TENETFilm on the big screen – you’re one of the lucky ones. It’s mind-blowing.

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Jackman says that the movie is thrilling and needs to be watched on Big screen theatre to enjoy it with its full experience. The Australian actor Hugh starred in Christopher Nolan’s movie “The Prestige”. Hugh Jackman played the role of Robert “The Great Danton” Angier / Lord Caldlow, an aristocratic magician. 

Many responded to Jackman’s tweet on “Tenet”, many commented. “I went yesterday to see 

TENETFilm for my birthday on the big screen and it was amazing! Not only the movie but being back at a theatre!”


“Wasn’t that great. He focused more on the mind-blowing factors instead of actually making the film. The mind-blowing thing was nice but overall the movie was not even a pass. Have to struggle to hear the dialogues even at V Max.” another commented.

“I’ve seen it twice, the 1st time on a normal cinema screen, the second time in IMAX!

Brilliant movie but requires a lot of concentration to keep track of what’s going on!”

“I saw it at IMAX with a friend (we were the only ones there). While I didn’t understand what was going on for most of the movie, I loved that nothing was CGI. The action scenes were just incredible!”

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