Christopher Nolan Movies : All the Nolan Movies Till Now Ranked!

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If you are searching for the list of all Christopher Nolan Movies so far , then you are probably at the right place. Like every other sci/fi geek , I am also a big fan of the Dunkirk Director and Filmmaker. Christopher Nolan is one of the best visionary directors that Hollywood currently has and has the potential to affect the audiences even after the movie ends. Below are all the Christopher Nolan Movies so far for you to binge all of them at once.

Following (1998)

Christopher Nolan’s directorial debut is the story of a writer who has the idea of following people so that he can write their lives in his novels . But soon , this hobby of him becomes an obsession and things change.

Memento (2001)

The film is still counted as one of the best directorial masterpieces which plays in reverse order. Christopher Nolan’s movie explores a man suffering from a short term memory loss who is trying to find the killer of his wife.

Insomnia (2002)

Sandwiched between action packed Batman Begins and Mystery Thrilller Memento , Christopher Nolan’s film shows the game of cat and mouse played between a killer of a teenage girl and the investigation officer.

Batman Begins (2005)

Christopher Nolan is most famous for the Batman Trilogy , and this is the second best film in the trilogy. Nolan’s movie explores the origin story of Gotham’s super detective as he fights crimes to save his city.

The Prestige (2006)

The Prestige is the Best Christopher Nolan movie so far because of it’s non linear direction and perfect charisma. You may not be able to understand the masterpiece in just one go. Everytime you watch it , you find more and more tricks.
The film shows the rivalry between two magicians as they can go to any limits for their satisfaction.

The Dark Knight (2008)

Heath Ledger’s undying performance as the Joker and the morals shown through the characters i.e. Harvey Dent , Commissioner Gordon , Joker and Bruce Wayne make this film the best in the Batman Trilogy and the second best film of Christopher Nolan ever.

Inception (2010)

Dreams within Dreams , defines this Christopher Nolan’s movie starring Leonardo Di Caprio and Ben Kingsley. The film is still a benchmark in filmmaking. Nolan’s Inception shows a group who are trying to steal from within people’s mind.

The Dark Knight Rises (2012)

The third and the finale in the Trilogy of Christopher Nolan’s Batman , the film brings back Gotham’s saviour once again to fight Bane – Ras Al Ghul’s finest student who successfully breaks down Gotham into bricks. Although the film is not any near to Nolan’s perfect films but it provides a satisfying conclusion to the trilogy.

Interstellar (2014)

One of the best Christopher Nolan’s movies ever made , Interstellar is about mankind , love and humanity. Interstellar explores a group of scientists who are sent into some other Galaxy in search of a better place for humanity.

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Dunkirk (2017)

The Prestige director tried hands into the War genre which went to the Oscars and also bagged three of them alongside getting nominated for the Best Picture and Best Director. The film shows the evacuation of British soldiers from Dunkirk during World War II.

Tenet (2020)

Christopher Nolan is returning this year with another sci/fi movie somewhat like inception only the mind bending part. The film’s trailer looks cool and definitely is going to make another Nolan’s record.

Christopher Nolan Movies Ranked from Best To Worst

  • The Prestige
  • The Dark Knight
  • Interstellar
  • Dunkirk
  • Inception
  • Batman Begins
  • Memento
  • Insomnia
  • Following
  • The Dark Knight Rises

Final Sentence about Christopher Nolan Movies

Nolan is one of the best visionary and unique style directors out there. His films have Inspired a lot of film makers in the world who are struggling to develop their own unique style. If you wanna know one more filmmaker that has the level of creativity like Nolan , you can definitely see Dennis Villeneuve’s movies.

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