Man Watches Christopher Nolan’s ‘Tenet’ on Game Boy Advance

To spite Christopher Nolan for wanting people to visit movie theaters in the middle of a global pandemic to watch his movie Tenet, YouTuber WULFF DEN managed to put the movie on five Game Boy Advance cartridges so he could watch it the way it absolutely was not meant to be: super pixelated and at four frames/second. I can already feel my eyes drying up like raisins.

According to WULFF, “This movie was intended to be seen on the big screen. So let’s put it on a really tiny Game Boy Advance screen and blow those pixels up so we can barely see anything :D! This is quite possibly the worst way to watch Tenet and still be able to see what’s going on.”

I actually can think of worse ways to watch Tenet and still see what’s going on, but they do all involve me watching the movie from jail, and I ain’t going back to jail just to prove my point.

[via BoingBoing]

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