Inception writer-director Christopher Nolan’s made Batman, The Joker and a Scandinavian film noir his own. With Inception, Nolan returns to his roots, bringing an original script to the big screen.
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In which Matt and I discuss the new Christopher Nolan film "Inception", mispronounce proper french names and share our thoughts on other Nolan mind-benders.
Golden Globes, The Book of Eli, The Road, Exam, Nine, Sherlock Holmes, and ways an agent could annoy Colin Salmon all come up for discussion from Jon, Paul and Jen this episode, plus In This Week In Movie History, your emails and tweets, and Desert Island Flicks looks at the best post-apocalyptic movies of all time.
The Dark Knight lived up to its hype. The latest installment in the Batman film series set records with its opening weekend, taking in an estimated $155 million at the box office. Spider-Man 3 previously held the record, taking in $151 million last year.
Director and screenwriter Christopher Nolan and actor Christian Bale are two of the driving forces behind the blockbuster’s success.
The Dark Knight is the third collaboration for the pair, who previously worked together on Batman Begins and the dueling-illusionists thriller The Prestige.
Nolan first made a name for himself with the Oscar-nominated low-budget hit Memento. He went on to direct the murder mystery Insomnia before reviving the Batman franchise.
In addition to starring as Batman in the franchise’s last two films, Bale has had major roles in the films 3:10 to Yuma, Rescue Dawn, American Psycho and The Machinist. He is slated to appear in the next Terminator film.