Chris Nolan Films


#1

Definitive listing (after seeing Dunkirk last night)

1 - Interstellar (don’t @ me)
2 - Inception
3 - Dark Knight
4 - The Prestige
5 - Memento
6 - Insomnia
7 - Batman Begins
8 - Dunkirk
9 - Following
10 - Dark Knight Rises


#2

His career’s the very definition of diminishing returns.


#3

The Dark Knight
Dunkirk
The Prestige
Memento
Inception
The Dark Knight Rises
Interstellar
Insomnia
Batman Begins
(not seen Following)


#4

yeah, he’s pretty much the radiohead of directors :wink:


#5

Nah, he’s ace. All his films are solid 7’s or above apart from DKR and Following.


#6

nah, i’d say maybe memento might squeeze past a 6, prestige and inception maybe a 6.
the rest is utter garbage


#7

I think his films are amazing if you’re into that sort of film.

They’re so wildly divisive with everyone else that I’m not really sure. I mean The Prestige is probably my favourite for sure but if you’re talking just ‘good films’ then Memento would be number 1 surely?


#8

Interstellar. It’s right there above


#9

Memento
The Dark Knight
Inception
The Prestige
Batman Begins
Interstellar
Insomnia
The Dark Knight Rises
(not seen Dunkirk or Following)


#10

Too long.

Too concept.


#11

Each film half an hour longer than the last.


#12

Probably this I would get behind, actually. I’ve not seen Following or Dunkirk either.


#13

Super ambitious. Love it


#14

The intellectual’s Michael Bay?


#15

Yeah it’s probably this in fairness


#16

Of the ones I’ve seen:

The Dark Knight
The Presitge
Inception
Memento
Interstellar
The Dark Knight Rises
Batman Begins

Don’t fancy Dunkirk at all though, find war movies really hard going.


#17

Sure, but I think Memento has (indeed it had) the power to reach many more people. It’s slick and fast and has a great quality to it.


#18

Uwe Boll/Gore Verbinski I’d say.


#19

Memento >
Following >
Insomnia >
Batman Begins >
Fuck off, m8


#20

Conceptually quite good but fell just short of executing it well, and had an almost completely superfluous last 1/2 hour.