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TENET COMBO BLU-RAY + 4K (blu_ray)
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26 febrero 2021
"Vuelva a intentarlo"
|Género||Science Fiction & Fantasy|
|Colaborador||Christopher Nolan, John David Washington, Kenneth Branagh, Robert Pattinson, Elizabeth Debicki|
|Tiempo de ejecución||2 horas y 30 minutos|
Descripción del producto
Armado con tan solo una palabra –Tenet– el protagonista de esta historia deberá pelear por la supervivencia del mundo entero en una misión que le lleva a viajar a través del oscuro mundo del espionaje internacional, y cuya experiencia se desdoblará más allá del tiempo lineal.
Detalles del producto
- Idioma : Inglés
- Dimensiones del producto : 1.78 x 19.05 x 13.72 cm; 110 g
- Número de modelo del producto : 883929701858
- Director : Christopher Nolan
- Media Format : Dolby, NTSC
- Tiempo de ejecución : 2 horas y 30 minutos
- Fecha de lanzamiento : 26 febrero 2021
- Actores : John David Washington, Robert Pattinson, Elizabeth Debicki, Kenneth Branagh
- Doblados: : Español
- Subtítulos: : Español, Inglés
- Estudio : Warner
- Productores : Christopher Nolan
- ASIN : B08KQ4D48D
- País de origen : México
- Número de discos : 3
- Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº1,062 en Películas y Series de TV (Ver el Top 100 en Películas y Series de TV)
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Opiniones de clientes
Revisado en México el 17 de abril de 2021
Reseñas con imágenes
Las mejores reseñas de México
Ha surgido un problema al filtrar las opiniones justo en este momento. Vuelva a intentarlo en otro momento.
Revisado en México el 17 de abril de 2021
Lo recomiendo 100%.
Revisado en México el 16 de marzo de 2021
Lo recomiendo 100%.
La calidad visual es espectacular, esas imágenes en IMAX le dan un plus a la narrativas de los filmes de Nolan y el sonido con la banda sonora, hacen que la sala vibre y disfrutes más la experiencia.
Aquí no se notan mucho el cambio de la calidad entre una toma con cámara tradicional y una IMAX, como pasó con las 2 últimas películas de la trilogía The Dark Knight, donde era evidente el bajón de nitidez cuando se hace la transición entre ambas cámaras.
Audio original en inglés
Doblaje al español
Subtitulada en español
Blu Ray extra con características especiales
Sets de filmación
un muy bien producto, recomendable para la colección.
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Some Actors deserve an extra thank you; Kenneth Branagh is the embodiment of the psychology of the role he is playing and if he does not win an Oscar then I will be extremely surprised and disgusted. John David Washington was, in my opinion, the character who by his excellence in acting drew the viewer through this incredible tale. In fact, he made all the difference and is another who deserves an Oscar. Any review would be for nothing without a strong mention for Elizabeth Debicki who provided an exceptionally balanced performance that acted as a reference point to all that was happening. Another Oscar I hope.
Tenet is a film I shall watch a few more times in the future, or past, and I am certain that I will learn each time.
Thank you Christopher Nolan, you are a genious.
I do not wish to say much more about this movie, all I can say it was a disappointment. The Blu-Ray picture was rather good, let down by the soundtrack.
British-born director Christopher Nolan clearly has a ‘thing’ about time: the effects it can have on people’s conscious and unconscious mind; how time affects reality; how time is relative. It is a thread running through so many of his films, from ‘Memento’(2000), a Neo-Noir which deals with murder and amnesia; through the thriller ‘Insomnia’(2002), set in Alaskan summer and it’s eternal daylight; Sci-fi drama ‘Inception’(2010) where dreams and reality are manipulated; ‘Interstellar’(2014) dealing with the effects of space travel on time. Even ‘Dunkirk’(2017) uses different time frames running parallel, to cover the action of May-June 1940.
In his latest block-buster, which weighs in at a whopping 2 hours 30 minutes, Nolan again makes time the centre-piece of his plot. It is another Sci-Fi thriller, and again is written by Nolan himself, using ideas he has been working on, literally, for years. But if you struggled with the notions of time in the notoriously complex but scientifically accurate ‘Interstellar’, or the notoriously controversial “Dunkirk’, you are in for a torrid time here. Because the timelines here are running forward and backwards, sometimes separately, sometimes concurrently, and the complexity is such, you probably need to watch this film with a calculator in your hand!
Whilst I followed both the 2 earlier films pretty well, at first viewing, here, I was totally flummoxed quite early on. Eventually, I just decided to sit back and enjoy the ride. And the ride is pretty good.
The film is firstly, VERY handsomely filmed, with magnificent scope and sweep. We get a world tour of good-looking places, all beautifully photographed. We also get some seriously brilliant set-pieces. I would recommend especially a spectacular scene with a cargo plane, and another with a pair of F50s, the world’s fastest sail race boats, racing in the Solent (standing in for the Amalfi coast!); and also a bungee jump to make the eyes water. There are several equally spectacular car chases, armed excursions of various sorts, and fights.
Former American footballer and actor John David Washington, who came to prominence in the mordantly funny ‘BlacKkKlansman’(2018) makes an attractive, muscular and effective hero, surrounded by several excellent British stars, including a viscerally unpleasant Kenneth Branagh, a very couth Michael Caine, and a nicely understated Robert Pattinson, making up for his serious thespian own-goal, in ‘The Lighthouse’(2019).
So, did I like ‘Tenet’? Yes-ish. It probably needs at least another viewing, but at first sight, I don’t rate it as highly as several of Nolan’s other works. I thought it was slightly over-clever, at the cost of understanding, and also a bit chilly and un-involving. Moreover, I was also left asking ‘Why?’, rather loudly. So, just 4 big, brutal Stars.
How this was rated 12 is BEYOND me. It contains very violent scenes, (including the main character having some of his teeth pulled out!) and sustained, gratuitous threat and violence, especially towards the lead female character by her husband. It also contains bad language - including the 'F' word and an intense, complex and exhausting plot - which I doubt many 12 year olds could even follow.
Is this REALLY the kind of film we should be encouraging our 12 year olds to watch??!! I don't think so and I can't imagine sitting down with my 12 year old to watch this any time soon. Bottom line - this movie should have been rated 15.
As a massive fan of Interstellar, I am very disappointed. This could have been an amazing film, with an original and intriguing story.