Tag: Interstellar

ACF #10 The Nolan Brothers

 

Hello, everyone! I am joined on the American Cinema Foundation podcast by Jason Eberl and George Dunn, editors of the book The Philosophy of Christopher Nolan. They are professors of philosophy with an interest in pop culture, and editors of many books on America’s favorite shows and movies over the last 50 years. Our wide-ranging discussion of Christopher and Jonathan Nolan’s movies goes through Memento (2000), The Dark Knight (2008), Interstellar (2014), and Dunkirk (2017).

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I’ve been thinking about time travel for a couple of reasons. One, because I understand it’s part of the plot of Interstellar which I’m planning to see this weekend. I’ve been just skimming reviews and Ricochet posts about the film until I see it myself. Preview Open

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Today I saw Christopher Nolan’s new big budget (does he even do low budget) Sci-Fi epic, Interstellar. This movie is a grand, nearly three hour long, space exploration movie; equal parts 2001 A Space Odyssey and Contact with a splash of Primer (bonus points to people who have heard of this one).  I highly recommend it […]

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