10 Things Christopher Nolan Got Right About Batman (And 10 Things He Didn’t)
Superhero movies would not be what they are today were it not for the Dark Knight trilogy. In revamping the masked vigilante for the mainstream, writer/director Christopher Nolan elevated a genre previously thought of as basic to the realm of high art, earning universal praise and, thanks to the late Heath Ledger, the genre’s first (and only) Oscar-winning performance. The performances did not stop with Heath though, as the overall cast brings many famous characters to life.
Nolan’s mastery of emotion, epic scale, and neo-noir tropes has aged incredibly well since The Dark Knight Rises wrapped things up in 2012, and the trilogy continues to ...
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