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  1. Joel Mayward


    Christopher Nolan's upcoming film (which may or may not be released on July 17, depending on how well we've controlled the coronavirus pandemic) has a new full trailer: It looks very Nolanesque: time-bending visuals, enigmatic narrative, a blue-grey-beige color palette, and massive set pieces. I'm intrigued by the cast Nolan has here, and interested to see how this film will fit in the larger cultural conversation about when/how to reopen things in our pandemic era.
  2. Links to our threads on Batman Begins (2005) and The Dark Knight (2008), as well as the quasi-related Catwoman (2004) and the in-development Superman: The Man of Steel and Justice League. - - - Christopher Nolan takes flight with Superman: 'We have a fantastic story' Still, it was a frustrating moment in the Batman franchise that led to this new Superman revival. Nolan and Goyer, a key collaborator on both Batman films, were at a story impasse on the third Batman film (which is now picking up steam as well) when, as a distraction, Goyer gave the filmmaker a daydream version of how he would
  3. Christian Bale. That's the big news at AICN. With Nolan (Memento, Insomnia) at the helm, does this story have anything more to give audiences? I'd venture to guess that in Nolan's hands, we might finally have a Batman film of serious substance. He's all about conscience, the guilt of violence, the difficulty humans face in trying to deal out justice that resolves anything... Well, he's got a great leading actor. I wonder if the project will make it to the screen.
  4. Tyler


    Christopher Nolan's next movie will be about the WWII evacuation of Dunkirk. Atonement also had a famous Dunkirk scene.
  5. Is there really no thread on this? I looked twice, using Google and A&F's search function. I recently posted some thoughts upon revisiting the film Ten Years Later:
  6. LatinoReview, where the news first broke about Routh as Superman, is now reporting with confidence that an offer to play the Joker has been made to Heath Ledger.
  7. Nolan tackles 'Inception' for WB Studio gets 'Dark Knight' director for sci-fi pic Variety, February 11
  8. Persona

    Following (1998)

    Nolan links: Insomnia (2002), Batman Begins (2005), The Prestige (2006), Inception (2010), The Dark Knight Rises (2012). Black & White February Filmsweep Reaction: Like Europa, blogged only a few days ago Here, Christopher Nolan's Following has all the main ingredients for the making of a modern film noir: a down and out writer, an investigating cop, a sassy blond dame, a gangster, a blackmailing, and a few double-crosses where characters are as quickly and easily betrayed as they are discarded. Shot in black and white on a shoestring UK budget, the writer/director's debut deals in wha
  9. N.B. this post is a continuation of a comment thread begun in the Top 20 Horror Films Nominations thread. There, I nominated Insomnia, alleging that it's a horror movie, and Scott disagreed. Congratulations, you've proven that Seven is horrifically disgusting, at a level that few movies, horror or not, would want to be. Now, let's talk about Insomnia in specific (I've chosen this, out of the two that I nominated, since I saw it tonight, whereas I saw A Simple Plan years ago). First, I'll discuss some scenes that are horrifying, then I'll address the "tone and intention" question. Then.
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