Eight years after the events of The Dark Knight, the terrorist leader Bane arrives in Gotham City, pushing it and its police force to their limits, forcing its former hero Batman to resurface after taking the fall for Harvey Dent’s crimes. —IMDb
Successful producer, film director and writer Christopher Jonathan James Nolan famous by the name Christopher Nolan was born on the 30th July 1970 in London. Christopher holds dual citizenship of the United Kingdom and the United States of America as his father was from the UK and his mother hailed from the US. He married Emma Thomas in 1997 a film producer and ardent admirer of Nolan’s work. The couple is have four children residing with them in Los Angeles. His brother Jonathan Nolan is a renowned author with whom Christopher often collaborates during the production of his movies.
Nolan spent considerable time between London and Chicago during his childhood. Nolan was educated in an independent school known as Hailey Bury College, in Hertfordshire near Hertford, England. Later Christopher Nolan learned the intricacies of English literature at University College London. An early starter Christopher Nolan started shooting films with a super 8 camera borrowed from his father… read more
Unpopular opinion: This is the best of all three, and the best Batman movie. I mean, did any of you even see the football stadium scene? This is so much more epic and thrilling than the first two put together. The Joker is nothing on Bane and Catwoman.
This surpassed the first two movies in so many ways. Here, we have great villains, we have emotional warmth, depth and humanity. Nolan knew the first two movies were cold and detached. Everything that was missing in Batman Begins and The Dark Knight is here. This is one of the greatest action films I've seen, and by far the best Batman movie. Better because it's more personal, more engaging and much more intense.
As A.D. Jameson points out, this Bat-flick's got about as many joke lines as Batman & Robin but at least Mr. Freeze's ice puns have a place in the context of that garishly obscene universe. Also, kudos for making an audience root for a dude beating up a deformed political prisoner, Nolan.
An exhaustive roundtable discussion of Christopher Nolan and the last entry in his “Dark Knight Trilogy”.
This week: Responses to the tragedy in Aurora, Jerry Lewis & the stage, the invincible Manoel de Oliveira, Sachs on Garrel + more.
This week we highlight a unique film journal, a couple of recent Q&As and a review of a new book on Andrei Tarkovsky’s Stalker.
A solid round of first reviews for Avengers and a lengthy new trailer for Prometheus.
In an interview for DGA Quarterly, the director elaborates on comments appearing in this week’s LA Weekly.
Unpopular opinion: This is the best of all three, and the best Batman movie. I mean, did any of you even see the football stadium scene? This is so much more epic and thrilling than the first two put… read review
Even when I was a kid and into comic books, I didn’t follow Batman much. He was kind of fun way back in the day, enough so that I enjoyed the older comics and the Adam West television program. But… read review
Dernier opus de la trilogie Batman sous les commandes de Christopher Nolan. Par rapport au précédent, on se retrouve quelques années plus tard. Gotham est nettoyée de la totalité de ses dangereux criminels… read review