1 The Dark Knight (2008)

Since the beginning of Batman, there has been discussion on whether or not he is the epitome of a good Samaritan or someone who might have prevented crime by making financial investments in his society but instead decided to beat up the insane and sleep with Catwoman.

2 Interstellar (2014)

Given that some of its ending's elements go completely off the rail, this movie is occasionally viewed as a contentious competitor in Nolan's filmography, but if those can be overlooked or even appreciated, Interstellar is a knockout.

3 Dunkirk (2017)

Dunkirk had the essential advantage of being a terrific movie, and it was up for the Best 2017 Movie About Britain's War Strategy at Dunkirk award alongside Darkest Hour. At first thought to be Nolan's most uninspired notion,

4 The Prestige (2006)

The final twist in every Nolan picture is fantastic, but The Prestige has a lot. Hugh Jackman and Christian Bale, two magicians from the 1890s, compete fiercely to be recognised as London's best.

5 Inception (2010)

Inception, Nolan's second-most significant contribution to popular culture, captivated audiences when it was released in 2010. Cobb (Leonardo DiCaprio) is an information thief who enters his victims' dreams and steals information for money using a military experiment.

6 Memento (2000)

Memento, which is essentially Tenet before Tenet, centres on a guy (Guy Pearce) who is seeking to discover who killed his wife. He faces one significant obstacle, however: he is unable to form new short-term memories.

7 The Dark Knight Rises (2012)

From its start, The Dark Knight Rises had to deal with two titanic issues. One, the Joker could no longer exist, and two, the Joker existed. 

8 Tenet (2020)

Tenet isn't as bad of a movie as many have claimed, but its reputation is still hilariously marred as the period when everyone thought Warner Brothers was out to get them.

9 Batman Begins (2005)

All the highlights of a Bruce Wayne origin narrative are included in the Nolanverse's introduction: parents are loaded, parents are loaded with bullets, and child turns into a bat.

10 Insomnia (2002)

The Bruce Wayne origin story's greatest hits are all included in the Nolanverse's introductory chapter: parents are loaded, parents are loaded with bullets, child turns into a bat.