It’s Father’ Day and that means it’s time to spend time with Dad in whatever way you deem worthy of such a special holiday. I love to watch movies with my father and the film that is not only one of the best movies ever made but is perfect for Father’s Day is Interstellar. Why you may ask? Because it highlights the beautiful relationship between a father and daughter, a relationship that isn’t often shown in most movies. And what a relationship it is.
It’s a love that transcends gravity, time, and space, culminating into one of the best science-fiction stories told on the big screen of all time. If you haven’t seen this movie yet I hope you will choose to watch it one day because it is truly remarkable (and should’ve been nominated for Best Picture.)
I thank you for reading and I hope you have a wonderful Father’s Day.
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.
Continue reading Throwback Friday: Ranking All of the Christopher Nolan Movies I’ve Seen; from least Favorite to Favorite
Matt Damon is one of the most easily recognizable actors in Hollywood, rising to fame with his incredible acting talent and his attention to storytelling when he helped garner an Oscar for co-writing Good Will Hunting. I’ve seen quite a few movies starring Matt Damon and so I thought it would be perfect to feature him this week. Enjoy!
Several years ago, my family and I tried to watch Elysium. It was awful! I mean, unfinishable-type-of-awful. I don’t recommend it. Continue reading A Movie Ranking: Matt Damon
It’s the final day of the decade, meaning it’s a chance to look back and reflect on the groundbreaking, eye-widening, truly impactful films of the decade that have managed to make me laugh, cry, and downright lose it with happiness. So, with no further delay, here are the ten best movies of the decade.
10. Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse
Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse was a welcome surprise that I don’t think anyone saw coming. Miles Morales, a beloved rendition of the iconic Spider-Man character, was finally afforded his own film and the result was mindblowing.
With an animation style that feels like watching a comic book in motion mixed with sometimes startling realism at times, Into the Spider-Verse has easily become one of my favorite movies of the decade. Continue reading The Ten Best Movies of the Decade
Anne Hathaway has become one of my favorite actresses for her work. She can be a comic book character at one moment and a smart galaxy-traveling professor the next. So, for this week’s A Movie Ranking, I wanted to highlight her. Enjoy!
4. Ocean’s Eight
I wish I could say Ocean’s Eight was a tremendous remake of the beloved Ocean’s trilogy but honestly, this was a bad movie. So bad, in fact, that I couldn’t finish it. Continue reading A Movie Ranking: Anne Hathaway
As you may know, Christopher Nolan is an incredible filmmaker who doesn’t just make movies that perform well at the box-office. Instead, he makes movies that intend to leave you stunned and truly appreciative of the outstanding work he has just displayed on the big screen. I didn’t know much about Christopher Nolan until I saw Interstellar. After that, I became obsessed with his work. I have watched most of his films and have loved every single one of them. Christopher Nolan still hasn’t won an Oscar but he has been nominated five times for one. And honestly, nearly all the movies he has made deserves an Oscar nod.
For this week’s Who’s Your Favorite? I thought it would be perfect to make this amazing director the topic for today. Here’s the list of his best movies. Continue reading What’s Your Favorite Christopher Nolan Movie?