Lars Ulrich, the legendary drummer of Metallica, has talked about the brand new movie, ‘Tenet,’ of one of the most genius filmmakers of this century, Christopher Nolan, as he admitted he has never seen anything like that before.

After a long period of self-quarantine and lockdown at home, Lars Ulrich has said that he finally went back to the films in an actual movie theater. The iconic drummer has expressed how much he missed seeing films on the big screen.

Ulrich has explained his views about the recent phenomenal movie and said that it was not only cathartic, but a much-needed shot of inspiration and holy fuckness. Never seen anything quite like ‘Tenet,’ Lars Ulrich added that it sucks you in from the first frame, then completely envelops in the journey.

The highly recommended movie of Christopher Nolan, ‘Tenet,’ has started to premiere on August 22 and continuing to be released in some countries. Directed and written by Nolan, the film tells the story of a Protagonist as he journeys through a twilight world of international espionage on a mission that will unfold in something beyond real time.

Here is what Lars Ulrich said about ‘Tenet’ in his recent Instagram post:

“And on day 74385 I finally went back to the movies… An actual movie theater!

Not been the best of weeks in NorCal as you may have heard, but I finally saw ‘Tenet‘ on the big screen and it was not only cathartic, but a much needed shot of inspiration and holy fuckness!

Let me tell ya, I have never seen anything quite like it. You’re sucked in from the first frame, then completely enveloped in the journey, and two and half hours later as it spits you out, you’re in awe of the imagination, the execution and the otherworldly experience you’ve just had.

Filmmaking at its absolute highest possible level. Do yourself a favor and see this on the big screen if you can! Stay safe everyone.”

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And on day 74385 I finally went back to the movies… An actual movie theater! Not been the best of weeks in NorCal as you may have heard, but I finally saw #Tenet on the big screen and it was not only cathartic, but a much needed shot of inspiration and holy fuckness! Let me tell ya, I have never seen anything quite like it. You’re sucked in from the first frame, then completely enveloped in the journey, and two and half hours later as it spits you out, you’re in awe of the imagination, the execution and the otherworldly experience you’ve just had. Filmmaking at its absolute highest possible level. Do yourself a favor and see this on the big screen if you can! Stay safe everyone. #wanna

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