Christopher Nolan: Articles


James Holmes Gets Life in Prison: 'The Dark Knight Rises' Shooter Killed 12 People

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James Holmes: 'The Dark Knight Rises' shooter 'The Dark Knight Rises' shooter James Holmes gets life in prison James Holmes, the man who killed 12 people and injured 70 others at a July 2012 screening of The Dark Knight Rises in Aurora, in the Greater Denver area, has been sentenced to life in prison without possibility of parole. Some were expecting that Holmes would get the death penalty. The sentence was announced today, Aug. 7, '15. According to Mother Jones, […]


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James Holmes Gets Life in Prison: 'The Dark Knight Rises' Shooter Killed 12 People







'Interstellar' Movie Review: Whole Less Than Sum of Ravishing Parts

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'Interstellar' movie review: 'Ravishing, but overextended mind-bender' (image: Anne Hathaway in 'Interstellar') There are many intriguing questions raised in director Christopher Nolan's ravishing, overextended mind-bender Interstellar. One of the first: has a theoretical physicist ever received an executive producer credit on a nine-figure, studio movie? Probably not, but if 74-year old Caltech professor Kip Thorne were to find any director willing to tap his intellect for an above-the-line credit, it would be Nolan. His movies are puzzle boxes of plot […]


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'Interstellar' Movie Review: Whole Less Than Sum of Ravishing Parts







MAN OF STEEL Review: Superman Movie Sensory Enhanced, Heart Deprived

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Man of Steel review: Zack Snyder's sensory-bludgeoning Superman movie lacks humor, charm, wonder (image: Henry Cavill in Man of Steel) Two hundred and twenty-five million dollars buys a lot when you're making a superhero blockbuster. In Zack Snyder's 143-minute sensory bludgeoning, Man of Steel, the director spends almost a quarter of a billion smackers on planetary vistas, collapsing buildings, flying bodies, and a sound mix so aggressive you'll go blind as well as deaf. But seemingly, there's nary a line […]


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MAN OF STEEL Review: Superman Movie Sensory Enhanced, Heart Deprived










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