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Tag Archives | Christopher Nolan
The new ‘Man of Steel’ trailer finally gives us a reason to get enthusiastic about the Zack Snyder film.
In case you missed the Podcast, check out my top ten list and see why 2012 will be remembered as the year when my movie-going habits changed permanently.
Sprightly indie comedy film and television, two new Criterions, and streaming picks from Lynne Ramsay and Spike Jonze highlight this week in DVD/Blu-Ray.
Stanley Kubrick’s sophomore effort, Killer’s Kiss, isn’t on par with his later work, but is still a clear indicator of the master director’s ensuing genius.
Brief reviews of three very different movies.
Rian Johnson’s time-traveling thriller is more mindful than mind-bending, featuring a capable Joseph Gordon-Levitt ready for his own action franchise.
Justin ranks all thirteen of the $1 billion grossers from worst to best.
There have been several strong movies released so far in 2012, but will any last through Awards season?
Alex and Phil are Film Misery’s reckoning this week as they discuss Christopher Nolan’s newest film.
Brief reviews of ‘Safety Not Guaranteed,’ ‘Your Sister’s Sister’ and – of course, Justin’s take on ‘The Dark Knight Rises’
Go see ‘The Dark Knight Rises’ for the spectacle and stick around for the substance.
There may be no movie with higher expectations this year, but critics say it (mostly) delivers.
This is reportedly the last trailer for one of the Summer’s most hotly anticipated films.
What will be the theme for the 2013 Oscars? I predict it may be the year of the blockbuster.
Lionsgate Pictures has an excellent opportunity to put a true visionary in the director’s chair.
If there is anything to glean from this trailer, it is that the ending to the franchise is going to be an epic one.
Movies occupy Wall Street, first screeners sent to Academy, trailer for behind the scenes ‘Harry Potter’ documentary…
The things I like and dislike about the new trailer for Christopher Nolan’s ‘The Dark Knight Rises’.
‘Exit Through the Gift Shop’ and the Coens make me happy, Julianne Moore and Christopher Nolan make me sad. These are my reactions to the 2011 Oscar nominations.