(Scott Johnson) Written and directed by Christopher Nolan, Dunkirk is the blockbuster film depicting the evacuation of the British Expeditionary Force from France over four days in late May 1940. British, French and Canadian troops had been cut off by the German Army. Show More Summary
By Liz Baessler Christopher Nolan has a thing for widowers. The article The Evolution of Christopher Nolan’s Widowers appeared first on Film School Rejects.
Dunkirk is a fine drama, gripping and well paced. Tension is maintained throughout and Christopher Nolan has directed with an […]
For those who may not know, Kevin Conroy is the penultimate VOICE of Batman as he played him on the amazing animated series that helped cement his current popularity. And many people (myself included) think his Batman growl is easily the most befitting of the DC hero. Show More Summary
Art of the Film pays tribute to the films of director Christopher Nolan with an intensely paced one-minute compilation of his work, set to the driving, rhythmic beat of a ticking clock. We were waiting for our screen to blow up by the end.
“Dunkirk” is a technical marvel, but Christopher Nolan’s ambitions run deeper. Abandoning the familiar language of most war and action movies, this is the tightest, most confident, most intense, and in many ways most idiosyncratic of Nolan’s films, and it’s all the better for it. Show More Summary
While Christopher Nolan’s “Dunkirk” hits theaters touting large-scale practical effects shot on film, a year ago his brother Jonathan Nolan was doing the same thing for the small screen with HBO’s “Westworld.” “It was exciting to beShow More Summary
The long-awaited Stephen King adaptation "The Dark Tower," from Sony Pictures and Media Rights Capital, shot straight to the No. 1 spot in this week's box-office charts, unseating Christopher Nolan's "Dunkirk" in its third week of release. “Dark Tower,” based on an eight-part King fantasy series,...
Continuing its march on worldwide turnstiles, Christopher Nolan’s WWII epic Dunkirk has sailed across the $300M mark. The Warner Bros release is, as of today, at $127M domestic and growing, while it has exceeded $173M at the international box office. Show More Summary
Dunkirk has proven itself to be one of the summer's popular hits, but had Christopher Nolan shot the movie with this unusual approach, it might have resulted in a different-feeling movie.
Dunkirk is one of Christopher Nolan’s least wordy films to date, to the point that the screenplay for the two-hour film clocks in at a slim 76 pages. But it was almost even shorter than that, with The Hollywood Reporter noting that Nolan originally wanted to skip the script entirely for his big-budget war epic. Show More Summary
Christopher Nolan is no stranger to dialogue-heavy movies, mostly because his films like Inception and Interstellar require plenty of exposition in order for the audience to fully understand the complex sci-fi concepts at work. But when...Show More Summary
Christopher Nolan reveals he was so immersed in the history of Dunkirk that he wanted to shoot it without a script, but that didn't happen.
If it wasn't for Emma Thomas, Christopher Nolan may have skipped the script stage altogether.
Christopher Nolan’s film “Dunkirk” has received widespread praise from critics and audience members alike and currently maintains a whopping 93% ‘fresh’ rating at Rotten Tomatoes. Despite this, however, it has received some negativeShow More Summary
First of all, let nobody say Christopher Nolan lacks a sense of humor: for the second time, he’s kept Tom Hardy under a voice-distorting face mask for almost an entire movie. I am morally certain that Nolan understands this as a wink to the audience as well as a challenge to Hardy; the director likes […]
by Charles Mudede In Dunkirk, Cillian Murphy plays the shell-shocked solider, and Mark Rylance plays the civilian sailor. Warner Brother In his essay/review of Christopher Nolan's blockbuster war epic Dunkirk, Jonathan Raban, the author...Show More Summary
Have you ever noticed Tom Hardy often plays roles that involve covering his face with some sort of mask? Hardy's face-covering habit isn't an accident, and director Christopher Nolan claims Tom wears masks in his movies because "he can do more with his eyes alone than most actors can do with their whole body". Show More Summary
Now that the movie is out, and we can discuss what's actually shot, we realize that the reason Christopher Nolan wants people to see Dunkirk in 70mm IMAX is because he shot BREATHTAKINGLY stunning aerial war scenes, and that format is the right way to view them. But how did he capture...