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The 100 Best Films of the 2000s: 75-51

By Little White Lies

Our countdown of the finest cinematic offerings from 2000 to 2009 continues. How many have you seen?

David Squires on… Understanding Tenet

By Little White Lies

Confused by Christopher Nolan’s time-bending thriller? Our resident cartoonist has got you covered.

The search for truth in Christopher Nolan’s Memento

By Daniel Broadley

Guy Pearce’s amnesia-suffering, tattoo-covered protagonist is cinema’s ultimate unreliable narrator.

The gaslighting at the heart of Inception

By Eleanor Ring

Christopher Nolan’s mind-altering sci-fi seeks to redeem Cobb for his actions, but is he worthy of our sympathy?

Tenet

By Adam Woodward

A stoppable force meets an infinitely movable object in Christopher Nolan’s continuum-shattering sci-fi thriller.

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John David Washington: ‘I’m better acquainted with heights now’

By Kambole Campbell

The star of Christopher Nolan’s Tenet revels in the toil of making an experimental mega blockbuster.

David Squires on… Christopher Nolan’s time bomb

By Little White Lies

Our resident cartoonist imagines a recent meeting between the Tenet director and studio execs.

Now that it’s off the release calendar, when will we get to see Tenet?

By Charles Bramesco

Christopher Nolan’s time-fluctuation thriller has been downgraded to TBD.

Everything we know about Christopher Nolan’s Tenet

By Charles Bramesco

All the latest intel on the director’s forthcoming sci-fi blockbuster, starring John David Washington and Robert Pattinson.

Directors are uniting against the scourge of motion-smoothing

By Charles Bramesco

Martin Scorsese and Christopher Nolan are backing a new setting called “Filmmaker Mode”.

Christopher Nolan returns with the first trailer for Tenet

By Charles Bramesco

Secret agents! Car chases! Time travel? The thinking person’s blockbuster director is back...

Why we need smarter sci-fi movies now more than ever

By Nathan Fidler

Filmmakers like Christopher Nolan and Alex Garland are stoking our curiosity and critical thinking, but they’re in the minority.

Barry Keoghan: ‘Acting is therapeutic, but it also messes with your head’

By Hannah Woodhead

The Irish rising star talks American Animals, shoplifting and how playing a certain type of character can lead to having weird dreams on set.

Are standalone blockbusters making a comeback?

By James Luxford

After an unpredictable summer movie season, original stories are suddenly back in demand.

Has Hollywood killed the event movie?

By Christopher Machell

In an age of increasingly familiar extended universes, individual films simply don’t have the same cultural impact as they did 20 years ago.

Practical Magic: Six Ways to Fight for Film

By Little White Lies

Inspired by Dunkirk’s 70mm release, The Badlands Collective present a manifesto for saving celluloid.

What do British war films tell us about ourselves?

By Mark Allison

Stories of combat and derring-do were once common on our screens. What does their decline reveal about our national identity?

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