I'm trying to clear 25 pages of A Clash Of Kings a day, and it's not as good as the first book (the second season of the show I don't remember being better than the first, either) and I'm really slogging through any chapter involving f***ing Bran, who gets a bit more time than he did on the show, where I certainly barely cared about him at all. At least GRRM did a better job turning him into a superhero than he did Arya.
Yes, Led Zeppelin DVD beats TSRTS handily. So does Celebration Day which I'd rather watch than either--hey, nothing wrong with playing those songs straight! If they ain't broke don't fix 'em! But see, that's me, the Guy Who Doesn't Like Live 70s Zeppelin Very Much.
Tenet has zero emotional resonance, which is even less than Inception had where I can't imagine who in God's name really cared about DiCaprio's relationship with Cotillard, you see anyone ship that stuff? I didn't. I can see Elizabeth Debicki trying pretty hard, but for what?
Memento: I still love the movie, though since I made it a point to watch through the "chronological edit" on the DVD I became way way too familiar with the movie upon picking up the DVD around 2008 or so. So I probably never need to see it again. I still think it's a great noir with more atmosphere than it gets credit for, with all that broad daylight creepiness. Of course the detractors are right that Leonard's life problem has nothing to do with much in the way of reality--who in the world actually has a problem like that? Still, the movie manages some bleak feeling better than any of Nolan's others. So I'll keep liking it, even though it shouldn't be a terribly meaningful film.