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Ranking The Films Of Christopher Nolan

Warner Bros has just announced that a new Christopher Nolan film will be coming out in 2017. So in celebration of some more upcoming Nolan cinematic genius, here is a ranking of all his films from the best to 'not his best but still pretty damned good'.

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9. Following

Yes it may look and feel like a student film, but is actually not that bad. It is Nolan's first film after all.
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Yes it may look and feel like a student film, but is actually not that bad. It is Nolan's first film after all.

8. The Dark Knight Rises

A somewhat flawed, but nonetheless thrilling conclusion to Nolan's Dark Knight trilogy.
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A somewhat flawed, but nonetheless thrilling conclusion to Nolan's Dark Knight trilogy.

7. Interstellar

The plot may be a bit nonsensical but it is incredibly ambitious and absolutely gorgeous.
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The plot may be a bit nonsensical but it is incredibly ambitious and absolutely gorgeous.

6. Insomnia

A thrilling and fresh take on the murder-mystery crime genre.
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A thrilling and fresh take on the murder-mystery crime genre.

5. Batman Begins

Still the best cinematic origin story of a superhero.
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Still the best cinematic origin story of a superhero.

4. The Prestige

Nolan takes a couple of complex 19th Century magicians and bottles it down to 2 hours of thrills, twists, and turns.
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Nolan takes a couple of complex 19th Century magicians and bottles it down to 2 hours of thrills, twists, and turns.

3. Inception

Definitely Nolan's most innovative (and head-scratching) blockbuster yet.
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Definitely Nolan's most innovative (and head-scratching) blockbuster yet.

2. The Dark Knight

The best Batman film, and the best comic-book film ever.
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The best Batman film, and the best comic-book film ever.

1. Memento

Nolan's first success and his best film. An intricate psychological tale of amnesia, deception, and self-deception.
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Nolan's first success and his best film. An intricate psychological tale of amnesia, deception, and self-deception.

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