Were you the guy who said he read Brideshead Revisited without realizing that the whole thing was actually about Catholicism? I can't remember much of what actually took place in that book either, and I read it twice in a row!! Geez, I'm stupid.
I mean, like I said, Tolstoy doesn't hammer the Christian themes into your head until page 700 or so. By that point, Anna is already dead. But then he hammers it as hard as possible. So that's probably why you've forgotten it.
Tenet - I thought Denzel's kid did alright, he was probably meant to come across as bearded and stylish, but the character is just called...."The Protagonist." Great, Nolan is taking his cues from Neal Stephenson now? Ooof. Pattinson's character seemed borderline extraneous and Elizabeth Debicki looked like she'd been starved or something so we could get scenes of Branagh pulling out that gangster accent and being abusive towards her. The biggest groan in the movie was when Branagh mentioned climate change towards the end as a motive for why he's reversing time or destroying everyone ever or whatever the f*** he's doing.
If you asked me why Denzel's kid shoots the Indian woman dead at the end of the film I'd have no idea.
No, DON'T play the remake of "Rubberband Girl," you'll be sorry!!
It's hilarious though, the best song on either of the two earlier albums is the one she did with Prince, "Why Should I Love You," and she didn't remake it at all. Since it was a dance song she probably would have slaughtered it!!