Christopher Nolan’s Five Best Movies, If Not Seen, You Won’t Understand Cinema’s Meaning.


Director Christopher Nolan, who made films in Hollywood with a different concept, will soon be seen to surprise the audience with ‘Tenet’. Nolan made several films that earned him the Oscar for the world’s biggest award. He is the God of modern cinema for some fans. There are so many movies of Nolan which are enough to make the audience go. But today we talk about his five films, which if you have not yet seen, you will surely know the meaning of cinema.

1. Following



Christopher’s first film was Following. This film was made amid a lack of money, but when released, people were surprised. Christopher was named everywhere. The story of the film was based on the life of a young writer who lives in London. He pursues people so that he can capture their life in his novel, but this habit becomes his passion, and later on, he creates many problems.

2. Prestige.

The Prestige

This psycho-thriller film is enough to make the mind go crazy. Released in 2006, the film starred Christian Bale and Hugh Jackman. The story of the film was such that a magician tries to uncover the mystery of how his opponent moves to the last trick and the secret brain wanders in knowing the secret.

3. Perception


The story of the film was something like this – a dream within a dream. A layer of dreams and then their maps. Mr Cobb seeks his life in those dreams, which he did not even know whether he is living, life or dream. The film starred Leonardo DiCaprio, Tom Hardy, and Marion Cotillard. The film won many Oscars.

4. Interstellar


Every film of Christopher has seen a unique confluence of technology and story. The film, released in 2014, was also similar. Interstellar was looking for a new planet for the Earth not to fit humans and to preserve the existence of mankind. The film featured Oscar-winners Matthew and Annie Hathway in pivotal roles.

5. Dunkirk


Christopher Nolan’s film Dunkirk, released in 2017, is considered one of the best films of all time. In Dunkirk, the incident of the Second World War time took place, which was called a miracle by the then Prime Minister of Britain Winston Churchill. Germany trapped the army of Britain and France near Dunkirk.

Operation Dynamo was carried out to evacuate the troops. These soldiers were first brought from small boats to large ships and then rescued. The entire film was based on this incident. In ‘Dunkirk’, Tom Hardy and Cillian Murphy played important roles. The screen was shot in IMAX and 70mm for liveliness.

If you still want to see more of Nolan’s movies, you can also watch ‘The Dark Knight’, ‘Memento’, ‘Insomnia’ and ‘Batman Begins’.