Category: Christopher Nolan

kane52630:

The Dark Knight (2008) dir. Christopher Nolan

anna-karina:

The Dark Knight (2008) dir. Christopher Nolan

boozerman:

THE DARK KNIGHT (2009) dir. Christopher Nolan
JOKER (2019) dir. Todd Philips

  • “The shot is a wonderful reversal of ‘The Dark Knight’s’ iconic ‘Cop Car Scene,’ in which Heath Ledger’s Joker turns the tables on his police captors, and escapes custody in a police car, while leaning out the rear window with his head tilted up to the sky, tasting the sweet, wild, freedom of his chaotic malevolence,”

    according to ComicBook.com. The best part about this reference is that Ledger and Phoenix were actually friends in real life,” “Both found their careers opening up in big ways during the early 2000s, and they knew and respected one another for their respective acting talents. So, this moment from Phoenix in Joker could arguably be seen as a nice, touching ode to his late friend, which would make it all the more sweet.”

johnnysilverhand:

various motorcycles in sci-fi films

samanthabarks:

You know what I noticed?

gameraboy1:

The Joker’s mask in The Dark Knight (2008) was an homage to Cesar Romero’s mask in Batman (1966), “The Joker Is Wild”

jokerous:

See, Batman has shown Gotham your true colors, unfortunately.

THE DARK KNIGHT (2008) dir. Christopher Nolan

kane52630:

The Dark Knight (2008) dir. Christopher Nolan

jakeledgers:

The Dark Knight (2008) dir. Christopher Nolan

cinematiqblues:

cinemagal:

And the Academy Award for Best Cinematography goes to –

2010 – Wally Pfister – Inception 
2011 – Robert Richardson – Hugo
2012 – Claudio Miranda – Life of Pi
2013 – Emmanuel Lubezki – Gravity
2014 – Emmanuel Lubezki – Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)
2015 – Emmanuel Lubezki – The Revenant

after a-levels i think i’m going to go into cinematography, at least thats what i’d like to do