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Christopher Nolan Collection
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Christopher Nolan Collection

Some of the director’s finer films are collected in this perfect box set for 4K viewers.

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It’s without a doubt that Christopher Nolan is one of the greatest and most influential directors out there. Whether his films were viewed as good or bad to critics and moviegoers, one thing they will all agree on is that his works will make you think and view things differently. Seven of his greatest movies have been collected into a box set that makes a perfect gift for anytime of the year in the Christopher Nolan Collection. Anyone who enjoys great stories and filmmaking, or just wants to have some of Nolan’s best material in a 4K Blu-ray collection will be more than delighted with this set.

Seven of Nolan’s most notable works are included here, which are Dunkirk, Batman Begins, The Dark Knight, The Dark Knight Rises, Inception, Interstellar, and The Prestige. While some fans of Nolan will ask where are some of his other greats such as Memento and Insomnia, these films definitely showcase his talent and drive at the height of their powers. With these getting the 4K HDR treatment, they look and sound fantastic while showing up a level of detail I hadn’t noticed before, such as on Batman Begins and The Prestige that look better than they ever have. For those picking up this 4K collection, you’ll be happy to know each movie comes with their Blu-ray counterpart, as well as a bonus feature Blu-ray containing all of the extras for each. These range from audio commentaries, behind the scenes featurettes, and more.

While I could say more and write lengthy paragraphs about how epic these films are, I would be doing a disservice in doing so and can only suggest you pick up a set of the Christopher Nolan Collection for yourself, especially if you have a 4K home theater setup and love watching entertaining and intriguing movies. This collection is a rare treat that anyone will find something to love about, and is sure to bring about more great box sets for 4K viewers.