Chances are that unless you were born in the last 10 years, the first experience you would have had in going to a movie theatre involved film. For the better part of the entire existence of the motion picture film or movie industry, movies were captured on celluloid film and projected off them as well.
His action sequences are faster than a speeding bullet. His use of incredible CGI more powerful than a locomotive. He is able to break box-office records in a single bound (that one I'm just speculating on).
The most anticipated movie of the year, The Dark Knight Rises, opened this past weekend and as expected, it topped news headlines. Unfortunately it was not because of the long line ups and record breaking box office receipts. This past weekend the Warner Bros.
One week removed from director Zack Snyder's advanced teaser at San Diego's 2012 Comic Con (the mecca for comic book fans and geeks alike), Warner Bros Studios officially release the first teaser trailer for next summer's Man of Steel to the masses.
I almost don't want to write about this movie. My love of the classic Bob Kane (later improved by Frank Miller and countless others) character has nothing to do with my interest in film criticism. When I watch a Batman movie, I don't necessarily want to view it with the same stringent requirements that I would a classier, more prestigious film.
Dean Kish: Can you tell us anything about your upcoming film, Insomnia?
Christopher Nolan: It's a psychological thriller centering around a veteran cop who is sent up from Los Angeles to a town in Northern Alaska to help the police solve a murder involving a young girl. He goes up there with his partner from L.A.