Most people like to see resolution in films but not every filmmaker gives us that. Sometimes, they just leave us wondering. While there are times this can be just a symptom of bad writing or editing, it can also be an excellent way to get people to leave the theater thinking. In the hands of a clever and talented filmmaker, this technique can make a good film even more interesting. Here are seven good movies that don’t give us the answers we expect.
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!
With the rebooted Star Trek series receiving diminishing returns with each new entry and Star Trek Beyond underperforming, the future of the franchise is not certain. Maybe a new director is needed to take the series in a different direction. Cinelinx looks at seven reasons why Christopher Nolan would be the right man to save the struggling franchise.
Our countdown of the top 100 films of the 21st Century (so far) concludes here with the top 25.
Warner Bros. has announced that Christopher Nolan's next feature film will be a historical action-thriller entitled, Dunkirk! Read on for more information!
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.
Every movie has great scenes in them. Whether they are terrible movies or Oscar winners, each and every one features one scene or moment that completely blows you away. These are the scenes that show you the best the film has to offer. They don't have to be action pieces (and most often aren't), but they embody the theme of the film and brings you closer to the characters...even if only for a moment. I know it’s been a while but this time around we’re heading into the dreamworld of Chris Nolan’s Inception.