Never really been that fussed about the Batman films. Point in fact that I've seen The Dark Knight about 3 times, just due to chance really, and I can barely remember anything that happened in it now. Don't get the hype at all.
Yeah, same. Can definitely understand when people say they find Nolan's films a bit cold. Have seen most of his films, lack soul in my view. Masterful in other ways, though.
Found out some days ago that Quentin Tarantino film is coming out in December: "Django Unchained"; quite excited for this one
Nolan's only 40 isn't he? Plenty of time to do great things. Let's face it, he's had a decent start.
Ha ha, he turns 42 next week and has already knocked out the Batman trilogy, Inception, The Presitige and Memento, and you lot are saying that it's ok because he's still got time on his side to do something really good.
FMD you're hard markers!
Sensational. Simple as that.
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Neat ideas but the real compexity in film, for me, comes from the people and emotions in them and Nolan's characters are generally pretty simplistic and the films are far too self-serious to be good popcorn action films. All in all, I get the feeling the best thing for Nolan before he starts his next project is to find someone to give him a decent blowjob. Needless to say, I'm sure he's taking notes from atop his giant pile of money, etc.
Yeah agree with what TC said, although, I think the Batman series and Inception etc. are actually very good popcorn films - the entertainment value isn't really what's in question for me.
I think the point stands at least to a certain extent with Inception but think Bantman has heart, Alfred being such an important character in this regard.
Watched The Rum Diary. Very good actually, not quite what I was expecting.
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