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Christopher Nolan is much, much smarter than your average filmmaker.
Sep 9 - 03:14 AM
May 14 - 12:48 PM
He's the best filmmaker in what goes from this age.
May 16 - 08:30 AM
Nail on the head, I'll say that much.
Nov 12 - 07:09 AM
This pretty much sums it up.
Feb 22 - 03:04 AM
sorry to the fans of the first one but this one beats it by a long shot !
Mar 23 - 10:04 PM
Christopher Nolan is like the savior of American Cinema .... his movies just transcend greatness and with so many crappy movies coming out nowadays, i wonder what we'd do without him in film... he is just brilliant and his movies are epic, action packed, thrilling, smart and engaging all at once .. they make you think while filling you with raw emotion and intense thrill and you just feel like there is always one character in his films that are bad@ss and just stand out and of course in TDK, it is THE JOKER ... in Batman Begins i actually really liked Scarecrow and in Inception, EAMES (played by Tom Hardy) was just the coolest guy on the team.
Apr 1 - 03:13 AM
Except he's British.
Jul 9 - 03:30 PM
Jul 16 - 08:19 PM
eh Christopher Nolan is not that smart.
Just read this, you may change your mind.
Jun 5 - 01:48 PM
Whoever wrote that missed the point of the film, and doesn't know that editing a film to leave out irrelevant points is not lazy screenwriting is derp.
Jun 21 - 05:23 AM
Yeah, I pretty much found flaws with all of those arguments. Weak shit, tbh.
Jun 29 - 08:36 PM
While the arguments are sound, the fact that you're linking to a website that picks apart this film scene by scene shows how naive you are. The Dark Knight and Batman Begins were not films that were supposed to be 100% realistic, to think that is totally childish. True, these two pieces of cinema are grounded in realism but the point is to immerse the audience into the city of Gothem and the story of Bruce Wayne. To do this he obviously cannot follow every minute nuance, which is why this website is absolutely idiotic. Christopher Nolan's goal was to take a comic book hero and submerge him into a much darker, more sinister world albeit without turning a blind eye on the comic book fans. As Russel Crowe would say, "Are you NOT entertained?!"
Jul 18 - 12:37 PM
Jeez, I've never seen anyone miss the point by that much. All of this guy's so called reasons are clearly not researched better. Also how ignorant of someone to analyze a film so thoroughly. Did Nolan seek out to make his film perfect in every single way? No. Did he come close? Yes. Has their ever been a perfect film? You'd think so but there will always be a guy (like this one) to say their isn't. I mean seriously now. Some of his points (how Joker managed to put bombs on the boats and in the hospital) clearly show he didn't delve into the world like the rest of us. Have you watched The Joker? The guy has ways. People on the inside. A man as kookoo as that would have surely found a way to get bombs into the boats and the hospital in a city as Corrupted as Gotham (pick up a comic and do some research butwipe). Christopher Nolan didn't just poop out the idea for making Batman as realistic as possible. As what all good film makers should do when their adapting a comic book into a film, you gotta take inspiration from the comics. Clearly Nolan didn't take his ques from the earlier, more campier Batman comics but instead took to Batman: Year One, The Long Halloween, and (for the upcoming film) Nightfall and possibly The Dark Knight Returns. Read those and say he "ruined" Batman. So before you start complaining, get your facts right. Nolan is a great film maker. H takes what he does seriously. He spends his money actually making sets, making sure the scripts are up to par, relying on as little CGI as possible so that we can get the beauty he delivers. Don't hate on the man for actually taking film making seriously.
Jul 19 - 11:56 AM
Jul 6 - 08:34 PM
I couldn't agree more!
Jul 12 - 07:02 PM
I really think he's a genius. He's totally transcended the superhero genre by developing characters and giving them more emotions, rather than just all action.
Aug 13 - 12:16 PM
that's the whole truth. Chris Nolan is a genius!
Oct 27 - 01:41 AM