Christopher Nolan is a controversial man for snobs like us. Known for his mind-bending films, Nolan is expert at many things, not limited to big explosions, wild special effects, awful dialogue, exposition-laden stories, and giving bad names to his characters. Under the watchful eye of the full moon many years ago, as the seeds of General Snobbery implanted themselves in our minds, we found ourselves despising Nolan more and more with each breath.
Yet as the universe changes, so change the minds of the most stalwart of snobs.
Join us, listener, as we travel through multiple dimensions regarding Inception, the film that made us despise Nolan, and, more importantly, Interstellar, the film where Nolan regained our trust. How exactly did Nolan alter the fixed mindsets of such stalwart snobs? Along a windy tesseract of conversation regarding Mark Watney (i.e. Matt Damon), Dom Cobb, BASEketball, John Lithgow's face, 2001: A Space Odyssey, TARS and CASE, Waking Life, black holes, time travel, and, of course, the great fourth dimensional being known as "Coop", you will find out, one listener. And should you choose to snob with us, you will join us in our ascension alongside Coop into extra-dimensional realities beyond the event horizon.