Tag: Christopher Nolan

Tenet (2020) Review

Tenet (2020) Review

 |  Clement Goh
Tenet is Christopher Nolan’s answer to a modern action film that cleverly bends time in stunning kinetic spectacle, at the cost of going too fast for audiences.
Inception 10Th Anniversary: Why Cobb Is Still Very Dreaming 5

Inception 10th Anniversary: Why Cobb Is Still Very Dreaming

 |  Clement Goh
Inception, Christopher Nolan’s puzzling science-fiction action thriller turns ten today, but its rules for dreams play both ways for Cobb’s survival at the end.
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Fortnite Showing Free Movies to Players for the First Time

 |  Clement Goh
Fortnite is finding a new way to keep players comfortable at home as the game will be showing its first free movie on Friday, June 26 2020. Its own Movie Nite will be kicking off with titles from director Christopher Nolan, and vary based on countries. Players in Canada would get 2006 magician-thriller film The […]
Why Dunkirk Needed To Be Rated Pg 5

Why Dunkirk Needed To Be Rated PG

 |  Boyd Reynolds
Summer movie season is a time for superheroes, space battles, and random stupid rom-coms. But this July, Dunkirk was released—a bonafide Oscar contender that opened amidst films like War for the Planet of the Apes, Spider-Man: Homecoming, and Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets. All these movies had massive marketing campaigns, obscene budgets, […]
Dunkirk (2017) Review

Dunkirk (2017) Review

 |  Phil Brown
In some ways, Dunkirk represents the culmination of the blockbuster craft that director Christopher Nolan has slowly folded into his chilly and cerebral filmmaking style. From The Dark Knight on, all of Nolan’s blockbusters peak with carefully edited sequences that weave together several climaxes unfolding on several timelines (and occasionally several planes of reality). The […]
Batman Earth One: Volume 2 (Graphic Novel) Review 7

Batman Earth One: Volume 2 (Graphic Novel) Review

 |  Phil Brown
Three years ago, Geoff Johns and Gary Frank debuted their alternative and grounded take on the caped crusader in Batman: Earth One. Now, in the grand scheme of DC’s publishing outlet, there are arguably few things that readers need to experience less than yet another retelling of Batman’s origin. However, Johns had a very distinct […]
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Interstellar (2014) Review

 |  Phil Brown
Interstellar is the type of movie that only a director like Christopher Nolan could make at the peak of his success. It’s the type of grand, sweeping, thoughtful epic that scares off studios unless you’re a filmmaker who could seemingly make $700 million at the box office by farting on celluloid. At the same time, […]
Zack Snyder Teases New Batmobile

Zack Snyder Teases New Batmobile

 |  Cody Orme
Batman vs. Superman dawns a new era for the Dark Knight, and with it director Zach Snyder is preparing to make his mark on the character in the most iconic way possible.  Earlier today Snyder teased the new Batmobile.   Could be time to pull the tarp…Tomorrow? http://t.co/Nmm0QqWYYH pic.twitter.com/E6iKluZNDj — ZackSnyder (@ZackSnyder) May 12, 2014 […]

Warner Bros. confirms Dark Knight Rises roles for Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Marion Cotillard

 |  Steven Loung
Despite the rumors, the latest Dark Knight Rises casting decisions aren’t as exciting as you’d think.

Young Ra’s Al Ghul added to the cast of The Dark Knight Rises

 |  Todd Campbell
We apparently haven’t seen the last of Ra’s Al Ghul in Christopher Nolan’s Batman franchise.

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