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Director: Christopher Nolan
Chris Nolan has had a wide spectrum of movies, spanning from his distinctive early work to his later big budget Hollywood films. There are a varying number of simple psychological and ethical questions in each movie that have captured the attention of otherwise casual moviegoers. His films usually feature a large ensemble cast and large amounts of consistent score as well.
Nolan was once know for fast edits and starling moments that shocked audiences when they least expected it. The frequency of these and other unique traits dissipated over time in favor of puzzels and twists as Nolan’s work became more mainstream.
Al Pacino. Being typecast. Eric wrongfully disagrees. Invisible actors. When actors trick you. Putting Michael on the spot. Supernatural detective. Avoiding standard devices. When you walk in on a film. Unnecessary staples. Michael disliked Memento, but still thinks it’s visionary. … Continue reading