One guy who is seemingly incapable of making a bad film and is one of our only sources of original, big idea, big budget filmmaking is Christopher Nolan. The guy has officially been in the game for 20 years now, and with the release of his tenth film and his latest epic Dunkirk, I thought it would be fun to go through his canon of films and rank his films from great to masterpiece. Strap on in, because much like most of his films, we’re going out of chronological order for this one.
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Since Reservoir Dogs, Tarantino has never been shy about expanding his horizons, taking on new and interesting angles on well-trod genres like crime, horror, historical epics, and westerns. You never know what you’re going to get from a Tarantino movie, except of course, for snappy, witty dialogue, creative shot composition, bone crunching violence, great soundtracks, and unexpected plot turns.
Let’s Rank the Batman movies! Ok, I’ll admit it, I’m obviously not the first person in the history of the internet to decide to rank any film series in ascending order of quality. Still, there are few things more satisfying to read than some random stranger’s so called definitive ranking of a pop culture series[…]