Can Christopher Nolan’s Tenet Save Movies? | SJU


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Can Christopher Nolan’s Tenet Save Movies? | SJU
Hosted by Roth Cornet (@RothCornet)
Featuring: Spencer GIlbert (@SpencerJGilbert), Danielle Radford (@danielleradford) & Joe Starr (@joestarr187)
Produced by Ryan O’Toole (@ryanohtrue)
Tech Director: Jonathan Moulton

Executive Producer: Roth Cornet
Writer/Producer: Joe Starr
Writer: Eric Goldman
Supervising Producer: Max Dionne
Senior Producer: Billy Patterson
Post-Production Supervisor: Emin Bassavand


  1. Living in New Zealand, I'm looking forward to July/August releases. Our country has managed Covid so well and we deserve something to see at the cinema.

    Also, surely the best way to watch a movie nowadays is at a drive-in theatre, right? Bring those back.

  2. When Danielle said re: Wonder Woman riding lightning, "We're all used to watching those things at home"…

    I know a ton of people DO, but am I rare in having watched very FEW superhero films at home ? I see them premiere night. I see them TWICE in theatres, the odd time I love one enough to see it again or if another friend or group wants to go who couldn't on premiere night. I think I've only ever seen one superhero flick three times theatrically (the first Guardians flick), not counting doing the marathon before Infinity War.

    I dunno…I'll stop for a minute if I pass them on TV, but as much as I like or love a superhero flick, just not interested in watching them on a small screen and without the big sound. Even the ones that're damn good dramas in their own right, not just spectacles.

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  4. Nobody really should play the hero to “save” the movies only to have it backfire with very real and horrible consequences.
    And what if Tenet is really bad. What if it really sucks! Nolan is very capable but no director is immune from bad movies. This could very well be his Ishtar or Heaven’s Gate.

  5. One thing that could be an issue if movies don't go day and date is piracy. I would never go down that route but I know a lot of people that would if tentpole movies in the US didn't come out the same time here in Australia.

  6. I was already scaling back going to the theater, mainly cause there will be someone who pulls out their phone during the screening. I don't need the high blood pressure.

  7. Great discussion! It all just hit me for the first time and it saddened me. Going to the movies was one of my favorite things to do and Tenet was my most anticipated movie of the year. But Movie going just won't be the same and neither would I want to take the risk. Danielle makes a valid point about masks and she's right not to mention wearing a mask the whole time your watching the movie. You can't eat popcorn and relax. I would rather rent the movie at home and be comfortable. Drive Ins are another option but until this virus is under control I'll be staying away from the theater.

  8. Re: Different or slower releases — it would be pretty great if this would make stories less dependent on audiences ALL getting Shocking! Twists! and SPOILERS!!!!! week 1 and more dependent on…the story and characters actually working regardless? I'm projecting like Roth now

  9. Guys!!! There's only one movie that will save the world and the universe. In the same way their music will solve all problems in-universe, Bill & Ted's new film will put a end to corona, wars, pollution, poverty, hatred, hunger and internet outrage. It will unite the people of this world and finally allow us to make contact with other intelligent societies throughout the universe. You just have to believe!! WYLD STALLYNS!!!

  10. Please dont touch Dune–if necessary, bump Wonder Woman to Kong's November spot–that can be a summer film. Dune is most assuredly not a summer flick

  11. Last year I've seen IMAX exclusive when I see the final Star Wars saga (I know is meh) but Christopher Nolan's Tenet in IMAX I was really blown away is like Inception but with time travel but it's really really loud and exhilarating thrilling action film but at least I'm happy to see it and I was already on board.

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