In the spirit of encouraging enthusiastic discussion we like to share others opinions of movies on our site on occasion. This is a guest post by my brother, Nathaniel Darnell. Nathaniel holds his juris doctorate from Oak Brook College of Law and serves as the Director of Ministry Advancement at American Vision. He is the author of the novel Glory, Duty, & Gold Dome, and the producer of over 100 commercial videos. Before working as the Director of the Video Department at Vision Forum Ministries for five years, he served for eight years as a legislative aide at the Georgia State Capitol. In 2011 he wrote, directed, and co-produced a Christian action-thriller concept pilot entitled Jimmy Valiant: Scions of Danger. You can connect with Nathaniel on Facebook.
Christopher Nolan’s final chapter in the Batman series continues to stress the moral messages about man’s self-determination in the compelling, although ultimately hollow, way that Nolan has become famous for over the last decade.
First off, I have to say that even when Christopher Nolan is showing signs of storyteller exhaustion, as he does in The Dark Knight Rises, he still stands out way above the pack. Let’s highlight just a few strong points. Number one, he’s a master of suspense. I’m pretty good at predicting plot-twists in movies, but Nolan is the best by far for throwing me for a…Read The Rest