Originally Posted by BatLobsterRises
Nolan talks about how he loves films like Blade Runner that "create a reality beyond the frame" and he tries to do that with his films. .
Good directors tend to do that.
He fills the world the characters inhabit with a great sense of detail , without spending time with irrelevant gothamites.
Its called good filmmaking.
The typical generalization of groups or societies behaviors by creating irrelevant storylines is something a guy like michael bay resorts a lot.