Really watching Christopher Nolan’s films it seems incredible that he is a fan of the Fast and Furious saga, but everyone has their taste and you have to respect it.
When there is a franchise that is about to release its ninth installment as Fast and Furious, that means that there are millions of fans around the world who are willing to pay a movie ticket to see the adventures of Dominic Toretto ( Vin Diesel ) and his companions whom you consider family. But it is rare to imagine Christopher Nolan enjoying those increasingly unlikely action scenes, easy jokes, and wasted testosterone in every shot.
Christopher Nolan always refers to Stanley Kubrick and Michael Mann among his inspirations, although he has also commented on the occasion that Star Wars (1977) and Superman (1978) struck him as a child. Now he has confessed his love for the Fast and Furious saga.
This is how he talks about the movies he likes.
“I am a type of original recipes. I mean, I love Rob Cohen’s 2001 original (The Fast and the Furious), but I actually have a very special soft spot for Tokyo Drift (2006), ”Christopher Nolan confessed. “And then skill like the iterations of Justin Lin, as they got crazier and bigger and crazier and bigger, it became something more, but something more fun.”
“The funny thing about those movies is that even though they’ve gotten bigger and bigger like the sequels have to do, everyone always complains that the sequels get bigger, but we’re the one. people who make sequels bigger, we want them bigger. ” Christopher Nolan commented. “You don’t want them smaller. It’s the Alien 3 lesson that Fincher learned. You can do it, but it’s not going to make anyone happy, even though I personally love that movie, much more than him actually.
It would be interesting to check out Christopher Nolan’s video library because it will have 2013’s Fast and Furious 6 alongside 2001: A Space Odyssey from 1968.