From Gotham City to outer space, there is no place Christopher Nolan has gone where audiences haven't followed.

Praised for his dedication to in-camera spectacle, but criticized for (allegedly) emotionally-cold stories, Nolan is as divisive a filmmaker as he is a popular one. As the director gears up for his next feature, the WWII epic "Dunkirk," while also celebrating the 15th anniversary of "Memento," we've ranked every Christopher Nolan movie. You're welcome.

From "The Dark Knight" to "Interstellar," here are Nolan's best (and worst) films.
The Dark Knight
Based on 39 critics

Batman (Christian Bale) battles a vicious criminal known as the Joker (Heath Ledger). Read More

Based on 34 critics

A man (Guy Pearce) has short-term-memory loss since the murder of his wife. Read More