Almost every time I watch a Christopher Nolan movie, I think, “Wow, this may be his best one.” The Prestige is no different. Nolan presents this story in such a unique way. If you thought he couldn’t come up with another original and imaginative way of presenting a story than he did for Memento, you’d be wrong. He takes you for a wild ride whenever he can.
Author Archives: Robert Bouffard
Review: Avengers: Infinity War
They actually did it. An MCU movie actually made things count. Avengers: Infinity War may not be a perfect movie in the strictest sense, but it’s just about exactly what you could hope for in this case. This was being built up to for ten years, and unlike the slightly disappointing Age of Ultron, this at least lives up to the hype.
Appreciating Christopher Nolan: Memento & Insomnia
These two movies are excellent but underappreciated. When people talk about Christopher Nolan movies, you’ll hear Memento mentioned because it’s what put him on the map, but Insomnia is hardly ever talked about. But it should be.
Review: A Quiet Place
A Quiet Place opened this past weekend to $45 million at the box office. I contributed $9.49 to that total. I had high expectations solely based off the first trailer and the star power. And boy, did it deliver on those expectations.
Why We Need A Harry Potter TV Show
With all that said, here’s my idea for a remake that should, but definitely won’t happen: a Harry Potter TV show.