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This journal is written by Kuma (Felis catus) and Kuma's owner Y (homo sapiens). We have moved from Japan to Australia in 2011.


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2017-07-15 11:36   Christopher Nolan's Movies

Y (Kuma's owner)

The first Christopher Nolan movie I saw was "Interstellar." I like science fiction and am interested in realistic stories. In that sense, I like "2001: A Space Odyssey" and "The Martian" as well. That does not mean denying other types of science fiction movies, what I mean is that I don't like half-baked stories, stories that are between fantasy and reality.

I don't know why I like stories that have different chronological orders. A story that has different chronological orders is complex and it's not easy for me to understand especially in English but I like it. Therefore, I see such types of movies again and again until I understand. I like mechanical puzzles and it seems that I also like to be puzzled seeing movies. I think that I like mysteries for the same reason.

The second movie I saw of him was "Inception" and this movie is exactly my favorite, and it's a story that has complex time series. The third movie was "The Dark Knight" which I wrote before on my blog.

As I see Christopher Nolan's movies, I'm getting to understand how the stories were elaborately built. There are tricky jokes in some of the computer software that are called "Easter Egg" and I like it. I think there are some Easter Egg -like scenes in the movies and it's fun to find them. It reminds me of the movies of Alfred Hitchcock's cameo appearance. I love that.

When I was doing a puzzle game creator, I put one of my cats (He had a unique face that is totally different from any other cat) into the puzzle in secret but nobody noticed it. I love such types of mischief which is harmless.

Let's go back to the topic of the movie. I haven't seen one of Christopher Nolan's movies called "Following." I heard that this movie is also a complex time movie. I love movies which are not only complex, I love movies that I am able to enjoy even if I see them many times. Some movies are difficult to understand seeing once and I need to see them several times and after I finish seeing them, I can sometimes notice that there is a meaning that was put in one scene in the movie, and it was fun to know.

Christopher Nolan's latest movie is "Dunkirk." According to Wikipedia, this movie doesn't have too many lines in the script. As represented by the Joker in "The Dark Knight", I like the actor's lines in his movies and I'm not interested in historical movies, so maybe I'll skip his movie this time.

If I could request him, I would like to see a movie which is not scary but mysterious. I don't think mysteries always needs a murder case. When I was young, I tried to think of a mystery where nobody dies but couldn't write it.

The latest movie has not yet released but I'm already waiting for more movies following that. I wonder what kind of movie it would be?

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