Considering that TENET‘s official trailer has just come out, here’s my ranking of every Nolan movie that I’ve seen. Enjoy!
Christopher Nolan is one of my favorite director/writers in Hollywood. His movies have fascinated me over the years with their bold storytelling, trippy concepts, and dazzling plot twists that have managed to make each of his films that I have seen not only extremely enjoyable but very memorable as well.
7. The Dark Knight Rises
I love The Dark Knight trilogy. They are easily some of the best superhero movies ever made with complex storylines and fascinating characters played by brilliant actors. Unfortunately, The Dark Knight Rises was a bit too eloquent for its own good. With a two hour and forty-four-minute runtime, this film drags along, slowly building up to a mediocre final confrontation between the good guys versus the bad guys. While the movie is still better than most films it’s nowhere near as good as its two predecessors or the other Christopher Nolan movies. Hence, it’s my least favorite.
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If there is only one movie I can watch this year it would be TENET. Christopher Nolan doesn’t make movies very often and when he does you better watch it.
When I went to watch The Rise of Skywalker there was a special IMAX sneak peek of the film and it’s safe to say, my family and I were blown away. That alone was worth the price of admission. Last night, the official trailer dropped and I’m expectedly blown away by this intriguingly strange concept of a summer blockbuster. Here’s the official trailer.
Okay. I’ve decided to only watch this trailer once so I can go into the film as dark about the film’s plot as possible but I do know this, it’s going to be awesome!!!
John David Washington, Robert Pattinson, Elizabeth Debicki, Kenneth Branagh? Gosh, I’m excited to see this. Step aside Inception. TENET is here to take your crown.
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It wasn’t long before Zorii and her band of spice runners found the secret First Order base hidden in a well-fortified cave on the side of the towering mountain that reached toward the cloudless blue sky. From their vantage point on a small cliff opposite the base, they were able to see just how difficult finishing this job was going to be.
Two-legged AT-ST Walkers patrolled the plateau in front of the cave, their every step announcing their intimidating presence. But Bliss and her runners had taken down AT-ST’s before. That wasn’t the problem. It was the small army that resided within the secret base located inside of the mountain. Squadrons of troopers were protecting the cowardly First Order captain. For some reason, the thought made Bliss angry. Continue reading Zorii Bliss: A Day in Kijimi: Chapter Ten