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by CinemaBergo
Forum: Fun & Misc
Topic: Philosophy on Spoilers and IF they Impact a film
Replies: 17
Views: 2279

Philosophy on Spoilers and IF they Impact a film

In this growing age of the internet. It is becoming more and more easier to be spoiled. But do these spoilers ruin a good movie or was the movie not good to begin with? If you think about it, a truly great movie can be spoiled and still be great. Now i don't support spoiling, but i don't see what th...
by CinemaBergo
Forum: Fan Art
Topic: The Dark Knight: Not So Serious
Replies: 2
Views: 1605

The Dark Knight: Not So Serious

A 1 hour parody of The Dark Knight. the cool thing about this one, to me, is that I live in the same town where they were shooting. Sadly, though i had moved here for college after they finished the movie. They are planning on doing a Batman Begins parody. I'll try to get in on that. I wouldn't cons...
by CinemaBergo
Forum: Movies & TV
Topic: What was the last movie you watched? III
Replies: 10131
Views: 418787

Re: What was the last movie you've watched?

I had just finished watching Following for the first time. I could have rented it, but I would have rather owned it first.

so much for this section being non-nolan.
by CinemaBergo
Forum: Nolan Fans Podcast
Topic: Comments and Suggestions
Replies: 21
Views: 4232

Re: Comments and Suggestions

I have a mic... just saying :D
by CinemaBergo
Forum: Christopher Nolan
Topic: Nolan's Trademarks
Replies: 104
Views: 23028

Re: Nolan's Trademarks

I think that Christopher Nolan is the "Master of the Subjective Protagonist". He can always get you inside the main characters head. Memento : For more reasons than one Insomnia : The setting and camera placement/movement are an external symbol of how tire dormer is Batman Begins we spend some much ...
by CinemaBergo
Forum: Christopher Nolan
Topic: Hard cuts
Replies: 45
Views: 7529

Re: Hard cuts

i agree with filmfanatic in that hard cuts are indeed a main aspect of Chris Nolan's cinematic arsenal. When you look at transitions like the iris and wipes, you can see why they aren't used to much in modern day cinema. people in this day and age ,who watch films, like to figured events out for the...
by CinemaBergo
Forum: Memento
Topic: If you liked Memento you should watch.......
Replies: 22
Views: 7236

Re: If you liked Memento you should watch.......

I was actually listening to an IFC podcast all about non linear narratives in film/tv (Memento was included don't worry) and it was pretty informative. here is the url: http://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewPodcast?i=56784178&id=212641451 seemed appropriate regarding what this topic ...
by CinemaBergo
Forum: Memento
Topic: Question about Memento (possible spoiler)
Replies: 16
Views: 5723

Truth Behind Expositions in Memento

As Nolan himself said in one of the endings of Memento's directors commentary, "To me it's amazing that people don't question that character. They just accept them, because they are so desperate for answers in the story." and I find that to be true and that we subconsciously watch these standard ele...
by CinemaBergo
Forum: Nolan Fans Podcast
Topic: The Questions Thread
Replies: 128
Views: 62211

Re: The Questions Thread

This may be way over the mainstream movie audience, but i have a few questions regarding more film study/theory approach to Nolan's films. Question 1: Do you consider Christopher Nolan to be an auteur? (definition of an Auteur is a director who has a unique style and vision for his/her films that ca...