In the wake of my No room for Nolan: Why Oscar keeps snubbing Christopher Nolan's work article, I thought it was only appropriate to further support my argument; and what better way to do that than by a detailed evaluation of the man's work to date.
Weaving tales of characters from a simple London criminal to the darkest of mainstream superheroes, Christopher Nolan has continually impressed across a number of genres. As a director, he's shown real artistic flair and an almost innate understanding of what his audience wants; and as an individual he has made light of his critical rejections.
Here, we honour the wonderful work by a brilliant director, giving a summarised review of each. Mr Nolan, please...keep doing what you're doing!
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