The influence of Christopher Nolan continues to show. Earlier this week, Screen Rant did an interesting editorial on how films like Skyfall and Star Trek 2 are largely influenced by The Dark Knight Trilogy and Christopher Nolan’s other major blockbusters. He’s allowed for more conceptual, thought-provoking storylines to be a part of popcorn blockbusters, and for
It’s the holiday season! Which means tons of shopping is definitely on everyone’s agenda, so what better gifts to buy than awesome box sets of their favorite movies and TV shows? I’ve conjured up a really cool list of great box sets to get the TV show and movie lover
This week Video Vault plugs in to David Cronenberg‘s eXistenZ (1999). Despite garnering a slew of film festival nominations and awards, I think I know one other person who has seen this Inception-y romp. Jude Law, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Ian Holm, and Willem Dafoe star in the reality jumping horror
In this two minute trailer, Mad Men is recut to show a Don Draper/Pete Campbell feud that is causing Don to unravel. Using some Inception style shots and music, it’s really well done. Check it out: [The Wrap]
Check out this four and a half minute cut of Christopher Nolan‘s Inception which plays Yusuf’s dream, Arthur’s dream, Eames’ dream, and Cobb in Limbo simultaneously using split screens, with adjustments for time dilation. It kind of gives you a better understanding of how time passes in each dream level.
This seems familiar to me. Then again, Scrooge McDuck was (is?) a very rich duck, and could most definately afford any sort of dream-stealing technology available in Duckworld.