Christopher Nolan

The Womanhood of Space Cinema

We look at the intrinsic link between womanhood and space that filmmakers often create.

The Minimalism of ‘Dunkirk’

The only way to create empathy for the soldiers in 'Dunkirk' without interrupting the tension is to show their character…

Christopher Nolan’s Emotional Objects and the ‘Dunkirk’ Exception

All of Christopher Nolan's films use props to appeal to your emotions apart from Dunkirk.

Sorry Christopher Nolan, But ‘Girls Trip’ is the Box Office Story of the Weekend

Universal scores again with originality and inclusion.

The Uniforms and Uniformity of ‘Dunkirk’

Costuming soldiers create an effectively anonymous atmosphere.

8 Movies to Watch After You See ‘Dunkirk’

Continue with more depictions of the Dunkirk evacuation, a pseudo sequel, and other mostly intense recommendations.

Broken Projector Podcast: The “Overperforming” Summer Movies

Ah, yes. The time of year when movies succeed at the box office only to be called "overperforming." Do they…

To Build a Great Villain, Start With One of These 13 Motivations

Featuring a convenient guide of villain motives to help you Build-Your-Own Bad Guy. Twirly mustaches, prominent cheekbones, long-haired cats, and…

‘Dunkirk’ Review: Relentless, Lean and Christopher Nolan’s Best Film to Date

'Dunkirk' is the film that finally justifies Nolan's showy tendencies.

Syncopy: The Perfect Shots of Christopher Nolan

The most memorable moments from some of the century's best films.