Every Christopher Nolan film ranked: The Dark Knight, Inception, Memento and more

In fact, it is a sort of communication with the future. Following
Christopher Nolan’s 1998 debut feature was a British film called The Following, made on a shoe-string budget of $6,000. 4. The Dark Knight Rises
The 2012 conclusion to Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight Trilogy, The Dark Knight Rises brought the most terrifying villain Bane (Tom Hardy) before a rusty Batman. John David Washington’s lead character called just The Protagonist is tasked with saving the world from World War III, and it is not Armageddon the world is facing, the promos say, but something worse.https://images.indianexpress.com/2020/08/1×1.png

Before you watch this action-thriller, here is a ranking of all the Nolan movies. Interstellar
Interstellar was the first time Nolan went into outer space. The Dark Knight Rises, with all its flaws, was a pretty satisfying conclusion to a great trilogy. Click here to join our channel (@indianexpress) and stay updated with the latest headlines
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Here are the best Christopher Nolan movies. The Joker played by late actor Heath Ledger was, as he himself put it, an agent of chaos. Instead, he chose the Dunkirk evacuation itself as his main protagonist, and characters were simply minor players making a big whole. 3. 10. The Prestige
With actors like Christian Bale and Hugh Jackman playing rival magicians in the film, The Prestige was a thrill ride. (Photo: Newmarket)
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5. A poster of Batman Begins. What was unique about it was that although it was a superhero movie, it did not have large scale battles. The production values apart, it was a great exploration of a complex character and had dominant themes of time and identity. The high concept ideas were well-complemented by Hanz Zimmer’s beautiful score. Memento
Inspiration for Aamir Khan’s Ghajini (which was a pale, watered-down imitation), Memento was a great achievement for the then 30-year-old filmmaker still trying to make his place in the film industry. The film also had some of the best cinematography in any war movie. Because he wanted Batman to break his rule: that he will not kill anybody. 1. Guy Pearce in a still from Christopher Nolan’s Memento. © IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd


Christopher Nolan The Joker was a man impossible to understand. “Madness, as you know, is like gravity, all it takes is a little push.”
📣 The Indian Express is now on Telegram. The much-awaited film released earlier in other markets, including its domestic market North America, and we did not get to see it since theatres in our country were closed due to the coronavirus pandemic. With some great performances by actors like Al Pacino, Robin Williams and Hilary Swank, the film was a gripping noir drama. Not just dreams, sharing of dreams. 8. (Photo: Warner Bros)Christopher Nolan’s Tenet has finally hit Indian screens. Dunkirk is a high-quality war movie. It was this film that established Christopher Nolan. Batman Begins
The film which began easily the greatest superhero trilogy, Batman Begins centred upon the theme of fear. With his tight hold on the narrative and visual aspects of the film, Nolan was able to create a film that was set in the outer reaches of our solar system and even parallel worlds, but essentially, it was centred on the genuinely heartfelt relationship between a father and his daughter. He wanted Batman to kill him? 6. Insomnia
Insomnia was Nolan’s 2002 remake of the 1997 Norwegian film of the same name. Inception
Inception was a film that was mind-bogglingly complex with its time-jumps, unreliable protagonist and, well, dreams. The film explored what happens when you break Batman, metaphorically and physically. With Christian Bale’s Bruce Wayne struggling to overcome his childhood fear of bats to Cilian Murphy’s Scarecrow using drugs to invoke the deepest fears of people who were not keen on his plans, Batman Begins was all about recognising your inner demons and then overcoming it. 9. Tenet involves a concept called inversion, which both Nolan and the actors have said in interviews is not time-travel. Dunkirk
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2. Why? The idea of stealing other people’s ideas from their minds and also planting foreign ideas into their minds and translating it to cinema was a great feat. Its antagonist was a great mind (no matter how sick and twisted), and not a great fighter. The Dark Knight
The uncrowned queen of all superhero movies, The Dark Knight was released in 2008 and is yet to be bettered. With Guy Pearce and Carrie-Anne Moss in the lead roles, the film was widely praised for its themes of memory and self-deception. Pure and simple. It also marked the grand reentry of the Caped Crusader whose previous big-screen appearances had been disastrous.