I don’t know anything about coding. There’s zero chance I would be able to upload an entire film onto old video game cartridges. But I’m an expert in spite, the world’s most satisfying reason to do anything. So while I may not understand how someone made it possible to watch
Bob Wulff, like many others, was frustrated by Christopher Nolan’s insistence on Tenet premiering in theaters in 2020. He wanted his thriller seen on the biggest screen possible, so Warner Bros. did everything it could to make that happen. The studio delayed the movie’s theatrical release multiple times, but usually by just two weeks. Even though it was clear to
You make it possible to watch it on the smallest screen you can find. Wulff did this by uploading the entirety of
If you want to learn how you too can ruin a film, Wulff’s video explains how he pulled this off. You can also find links to different tutorials in the video’s description.
But you don’t need to be a programmer to appreciate what he did and why. This really might be the single worst way to watch