Christopher Nolan: The First Casualty of Warner Bros Dual Release Strategy?

And I suspect not the last. Christopher Nolan’s Tenet was released in 2020 to high expectations, after all he not only made Batman viable again – after Joel Schumacher ran the franchise to the ground – but directed tentpoles like Inception (2010) and Dunkirk (2017) for the studio (Inception (2014) was released via Warner Bros […]

Dunkirk – Trailer 1

For an ‘EVENT THAT SHAPED OUR WORLD’–emphasis their’s, not mine–I readily admit that I have never heard of this particular conflict in World War II, though I don’t know if that’s due to a failing of the American education system or a de-emphasis of it because it doesn’t seem to directly involve the United States. […]

Doctor Strange – Review

“Visually, Marvel’s Doctor Strange is unlike any movie you’ve probably seen.” And that’s not hyperbole.  Some of the visual effects in Scott Derrickson’s Doctor Strange may have had their genesis in other movies–such as Inception–but he takes them to places that you have never seen before. Green screen is also nothing new, but the way […]

‘Interstellar’ Trailer

The British trailer for Christopher Nolan‘s Interstellar was posted by Warner Bros a few hours ago, and it’s…OK.  It seems that at some point in an indeterminate future we lose the ability to feed ourselves (despite the huge cornfields in the trailer) though luckily Matthew McConaughey is around to pilot a mission to find other habitable worlds. […]