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Opens Friday, Nov 7, 2014 Synopsis: Christopher Nolan directs and cowrote the script with his brother Jonathan for this sci-fi film surrounding inter-dimensional travel based on the theories of physicist Kip Thorne. Matthew McConaughey and Anne Hathaway star. ~ Jeremy Wheeler, Rovi Cast: Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway, Jessica Chastain, Michael Caine, Casey Affleck Movie Details Play Trailer Buy Tickets Movie Review

No sleight of hand: 'Now You See Me' a whole lot of fun

...Illusionist," and this year's "Burt Wonderstone." Go back and watch "The Prestige" and you'll see director Christopher Nolan all over it, including starring his Batman, Christian Bale in not one, but two roles. Neil Burger, who directed...
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The best and worst of 2012 at the movies

...We were all expecting a home-run follow-up to one of the most ambitious super-hero films of all time, but Christopher Nolan decided to bunt instead. No one was going to match the genius of Heath Ledger's Joker, but as a villain, Bane...
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'Iron Man 3' leads off Marvel's Phase 2

...elegantly wraps up the multi-film character arc of Tony Stark - much more successfully, I have to say, than does Christopher Nolan's "The Dark Knight Rises."Taking a cue from Joss Whedon, though with a much smaller ensemble, Black does...
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Film explores a more complex 'Man of Steel' finally stumbles. Though some may cry foul, I think one of the best things that Snyder, and his producer Christopher Nolan, have done with this story is to give it some weight and remove much of the camp. I wouldn't say it's dark...
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'The Amazing Spider-Man"

...into a braying, neon, live-action cartoon. There were seven years between the abysmal "Batman & Robin," and Christopher Nolan's dark, gritty reboot, "Batman Begins," and the distance seemed appropriate. By comparison, this weekend's...
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Reeling It In: 'Inception' has plenty to think about

...tried in vain to interest him in the twisty new thriller "Inception," starring Leonardo DiCaprio and directed by Christopher Nolan, the guy who brought us "The Dark Knight." After describing the plot, involving high stakes corporate espionage...
Movie reviewer has possible Oscar nominees on radar, and everyone went to see it this summer, but the main reason it'll be nominated has nothing to do with Christopher Nolan's twisty tale or Leonardo DiCaprio's acting. With ten nominees, the Academy will want something with a little...
Reeling It In: The best of films, the worst of films

...The end is somewhat abrupt, but it only leaves us wanting more. "Inception" This film, by auteur director Christopher Nolan, was expected to be good, but I doubt anyone expected it to be the smash hit that it was. A dream within a dream...
Only thing limiting film is the end

...similarly dismissive of "The Illusionist" when I saw the previews for it, believing it to be a pale imitation of Christopher Nolan's "The Prestige." Instead, what I found was a unique, beautifully written, and visually stunning, mystery...


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