Hans Zimmer’s score from the movie Interstellar is one of the most powerful in recent memory. It’s even more impressive performed on the massive Walcker pipe organ at St. Paul’s Church in Strasbourg, France. The bigger the speakers you can play this through, the better. Arranged and performed by Antonino Buschiazzo.
Awesome Christopher Nolan
We all know how much Christopher Nolan likes to play with time, space, and physics in his movies. NADUDE pokes fun at the classic docking sequence from Interstellar with a model train that rides around a circular track which then starts moving in the same direction and the same speed.
With movies like Inception, Interstellar, and Tenet to his credit, Christopher Nolan isn’t exactly known for simple storytelling. Comedian Michael Spicer pokes fun at Nolan’s typically convoluted plots with this video entitled “That Scene in a Christopher Nolan Film When You Give Up Trying to Follow the Story.”
Musician Peter Bence performs an enthralling arrangement of Hans Zimmer’s award-winning track Time from Christopher Nolan’s Inception. Working in concert with a digital looper, he creates an impressive one-man symphonic sound that both echoes and reinvents the original piece.
Two trailers in, and Christopher Nolan’s new sci-fi espionage flick is still a bit of a mystery to us, but all we know is that its protagonist has been bestowed with some kind of ability to manipulate events through something called “inversion.” Drops 7.17.20 – hopefully in theaters.
Writer/Director Christopher Nolan is back, and his latest film looks like another wild ride. Plot details are thin, but the time travel thriller it has something to do with an agent who must go deep, deep undercover to prevent a catastrophe from ending us all. Drops 7/17/2020.
From The Dark Knight to Dunkirk, director Christopher Nolan has proven himself as one of today’s greatest fillmakers. Screen Junkies simultaneously honors and roasts Nolan, from his convoluted, non-linear plots, to the repetitive themes throughout his work.
This Blu-ray box set features Christopher Nolan’s last seven movies – The Prestige, the three Dark Knight films, Inception, Interstellar, and Dunkirk – remastered in 4K with HDR support. It also comes with discs for 1080p versions of the films as well as bonus features.
Seventeen years ago, Christopher and Jonathan Nolan bamboozled us with their breakout film, Memento. If the film’s alternating backward and forward stories still puzzle you, imagine the mental gymnastics that the Nolan brothers had to go through to bring it to life.
It’s no coincidence that Christopher Nolan hosted Heat‘s 20th anniversary retrospective – he’s a huge fan of fellow director Michael Mann. Glass Distortion compared scenes from Heat and Mann’s other films with ones from The Dark Knight to show Mann’s influence on Nolan.
In 2011, YouTuber themanbatman combined scenes from The Machinist, The Dark Knight, Inception and more to make The Batman Complex, a fan trailer that depicts Bruce Wayne as a schizophrenic. Here’s his updated version of the trailer. It’s Moon Knight: The Movie.