As Tenet begins its rollout to theaters, we can only guess the extent to which Christopher Nolan distorts time in his latest film. We can, however, look back at his career to shed some light on how the director uses time in his movies. From his famously “backward” Memento, through the non-linear retelling of the Dark Knight’s origins in Batman Begins, to the tragic, gravity distorted space opera Interstellar, a Chris Nolan film is as certain to use time as a theme or narrative device as it is to feature Michael Caine in a supporting role. So what will Tenet’s concept of inversion really be? What hints can we find in the auteur’s career? Here follows, a brief history of time… and Christopher Nolan Movies.... Read More إقرأ المزيد | Share it now!
As long as there have been Batman movies, there have been Batmobiles. And The Tumbler chase in Batman Begins might be the best Batmobile scene ever. Director Christopher Nolan pulled out all the stops for his first big-budget film and delivered a Batmobile chase that not only makes for one of the best Batman Begins movie clips but also helps Batman Begins stand out as one of the best Christopher Nolan movies.... Read More إقرأ المزيد | Share it now!