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With Logan getting such great reviews, it’s become one of the best received comic book adaptations ever, both with fans and critics. Is this film good enough to be considered in the same class as The Dark Knight, and overcome the label of being a “super hero movie”?
Christopher Nolan's historical film surrounding the powerful events of Dunkirk during World War II, has a new trailer (more like a teaser) entitled, "Announcement"! Check it out!
Warner Bros. has announced that Christopher Nolan's next feature film will be a historical action-thriller entitled, Dunkirk! Read on for more information!
Christopher Nolan’s Bat-trilogy was highly successful and influenced the future of DC characters on film, both on the big screen and on TV. It ushered in the grim-and-gritty style which is the template for the current DC product. But is the time for this style of film over? Matthew Vaughn thinks so.
At least once a month, Cinelinx will chose one director for an in-depth examination of the “signatures” that they leave behind in their work. With the release of Interstellar this week, let’s examine the trademark style and calling signs of Christopher Nolan as director.
By and large the movie business has been transitioning to a more digital era of filmmaking. As more filmmakers have taken to using high-end digital cameras, fewer movies have been shot using actual film stock. So few in fact, Kodak, who's provided film for movie projects practically since the start of the business was on the verge of shutting down production on film. For many, this was a sad thing, an end of an era and the loss of something great. Now, it looks like it's been save (for now). Christopher Nolan, Quentin Tarantino, JJ Abrams, and Judd Apatow have banded together to save it.
The character of Batman was first introduced in a series called "Detective Comics". There’s a reason for that. Batman is not just a guy with fancy gadgets who beats up criminals. Batman is a genius-level mind much like Sherlock Holmes, with an unparalleled skill in observation and deduction. He should be a master at both inductive and deductive reasoning. However, that aspect of the character has been sorely lacking in recent interpretations.
While Christopher Nolan’s Batman trilogy is acknowledged as a triumph of the action film/comic book genres, did the series ultimately do as much harm as good to the entertainment industry? As well done as they films were, is the vast shadow from the Nolan/Bale trilogy doing damage to the film/TV medium?
The recently announced cinematic meeting of iconic heroes Superman and Batman has been given a name—or at least a temporary working title. The title may give us a hint to the relationship of the characters in the planned film.