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Found this via Uproxx and it just might one of the greatest things that could be done with Mr. Gordon Levitt.  Seriously, how often can this guy make that weird face.  What’s the name of that face anyways?  It seems like he makes his face a puggish by imbuing wrinkles in insane places.  Also that right eyebrow is simply magical.  The magnitude that thing can go is absurd.  By the way has everyone seen 50/50?  You guys should.  He’s amazing in it.  And what’s the deal with Looper?  He’s like a young Bruce Willis?  There was an Entertainment Weekly article on it and it looked somewhat interesting.

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How do you make a Christopher Nolan movie trailer better?  By mashing it up with another Christopher Nolan trailer.  We’ve already shown you how awesome Nolan trailers can be, but this one is different because it mashes up another one of his movies, The Prestige in it.  I like how the editor made each one of Nolan’s movies a part of the three aspects of a magic trick: the pledge, turn, and prestige.  Maybe I’m not looking deep enough because I don’t believe that there is any other significant other than 1, 2, and 3, but I know there are some rather radical internet theories out there.  By the way, if you haven’t already seen the Prestige, do yourself a favor and watch it!  It’s absolutely amazing and totally on par with his other movies.  All I need to see now is an Insomnia/Memento mashup and I just might be able to die a happy man.

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As many of you already know, LEGO has a knack for turning very serious movies into amazing gaming experiences, from LEGO Star Wars to LEGO Batman, and here’s a little extra from Team Hourglass that you wish you’d be able to get your hands on: LEGO Inception. A very well done and interesting take on the humor of creating a LEGO game based on a more serious movie. Inception as a film was amazing and unparalleled by anything similar during its box office release. LEGO Inception may just be the niche game we need to both indulge ourselves further into the world and get a few cheap laughs from it. Unfortunately it won’t ever be coming out, but it’s nice to see the producer’s effort and dedication come to fruition.

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These days, Christopher Nolan is a household name.  Or at least he’s known as ‘guy who did Inception and Batman’.  He doesn’t have too many credits to his name, but the sheer genius of everything he’s involved in speaks volume about his careful choice in material and his ability to deliver.  I personally have seen six out of the seven movie’s he’s released under the name director.  What’s also incredible is the fact he’s had a hand in writing most of these films too.  I’ve always believed a director should be involved in the writing process, so that the visualization can match the execution.  So I’ve ranked the six Christopher Nolan movies I’ve seen.  Comparison of these movies against each other is like comparing the best athlete when you’re picking from the Miami Heat or the best alcohol for a good night.  You’re ranking system can be heavily affected the mere mood you’re in.  Being number 6 on a Christopher Nolan film is still like being 20 on the best movies of all time list.  Hit the jump to check out number one.  Potential spoilers below.

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