Basically all of his films have been made to entertain the average viewer except for possibly Memento, doesn't mean they're not good films.
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so this IS coming out in 2012. i read that, similar to sony pictures and spider-man, warner brothers was forced into fast tracking this because of some legal thing that would've lost them money.
i wonder why they chose this guy. more i see about this superman curse, more i question why anyone would touch it.
^ inception just got the idea of dreams into dreams, but beside that it was a pure action movie... no deep story where the viewer can feel with the character like in memento, following, prestige, batman. it was just cool to watch... matrix had a similar but the more complex idea, but the viewer had to know the material of computers a bit.
seems to me like with inception he thought "i can play with the twist of dreams too, let's make a movie". of course this sounds a bit harsh, but p.e. in the dark knight he really made me believe how whole gotham city turned into chaos (which no movie did before), that the joker wasn't meant to be the usual criminal. in prestige there is neither good or bad (as i thought first), it's just the life for the perfect magic, it's nature versus science, with tesla it got a possible background of history.
youre just being a movie snob.
inecption was not "just a pure action movie". it was as deep and thought-out as nolan's other movies, it just had the budget and means to have big set pieces and sequences like a "pure action movie".
if you haven't noticed, each of Nolan's movies have been progressively bigger and bigger. to me, that's a wonderful sign that each movie he does, he's learning some new technique and getting experience with bigger set pieces to bring to his next movie.
but i have not seen a drop in quality.
inception has great character development. i think Cobb was a very well developed character. you really feel bad for him when Mal kills herself and you really want him to reunite with his kids. the best part of that movie is the ending.
is it a dream? is it real?... truth of the matter is, it doesn't matter b/c you get to see Cobb back with his kids (which is all you really want for the guy after everything he goes through). then you realize.... Cobb doesn't care whether its a dream or real either. wait a minute.... in a sense... Cobb is YOU.
much deeper than "a pure action movie"
if you ever dreamed in your life, you would know that the movie really didn't showed the dreams well. dreams are way more complex, blurry and incomplete (i didn't even really get how it worked with the machine in the movie tho). it's so fuckin hard to imitate dreams, and nolan just didn't good.
Originally posted by Inactive UserAmy Adams Portraying 'Lois Lane' In Superman: Man Of Steel!
i wish these non-creator -owned comic book movies could be made enough that they become more like comics, like creative teams changing, and one-offs like all-star superman or old man logan. not everything has to be a trilogy with "origin, aftermath and open ending"
Originally posted by Inactive Userthe hulk eating wolverine would get an r rating lol js