Originally Posted by MovieMan50
What works about Nolans filmmaking sometimes is his awesome use of tone and momentum to completely trick the audience into not noticing blatant jumps or leaps in logic.
I've always thought this.
I like his work,
but I can enjoy them because I expect there to be plotholes or flaws. I think that for him, those aren't as important as the overall idea.
He focuses on what he likes & finds a good way of covering up the stuff that he seems to have little patience with.