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The Dark Knight Rises
Following the death of District Attorney Harvey Dent, Batman assumes responsibility for Dent's crimes to protect the late attorney's reputation and is subsequently hunted by the Gotham City Police Department. Eight years later, Batman encounters the mysterious Selina Kyle and the villainous Bane, a new terrorist leader who overwhelms Gotham's finest. The Dark Knight resurfaces to protect a city that has branded him an enemy.
|Studio :||Legendary Pictures, Warner Bros., DC Entertainment,|
|Crew :||Art Department Coordinator, Art Department Coordinator,|
|Cast :||Gary Oldman Morgan Freeman Russ Fega Thomas Lennon Tomas Arana|
|Genre :||Drama Action Thriller Crime|
One of the most extraordinary films you will see this year. Take that as you want.
It's simply great fun, a winsome film and an occasionally over-the-top luxury fantasy that never flags.
After playing with our expectations, this turns out to be a very different sort of film.
If you like to be scared, if you like to laugh, and if you like to learn a thing or two at the movies, this absolutely cannot be missed.
The Dark Knight was as close to perfect as a comic book - crime epic flick could get. Starting with Batman Begins, Nolamn & team made the right decision to base this version of Batman with plausability.All that hard work in the first 2 movies was thrown out the window. I will give the writers credit for trying to get the script right. The pre production process was very lengthy. Here's what I admired: The convergence of story, image and music and exactly the right point in the filmThe love story that happens off screen (mirrored by Bane & Talia)The plot device utlizing AlfredWayne getting double crossed that was simple and not needlessly complexBanes minimal costumeNolan understanding less is moreHere's what made me groan: Robin's unneccessary backstory, complete with the Irish priest at the orphanageBane's raid at the stock exchange using Wayne's fingerprint (the whole world knew that Bane was there, any trading would not have been authorized)Which leads to Wayne losing all his money, being removed from the Board of his company, and handing it over to Talia - too contrived because the end game was the fusion reactor.What really broke the camels back was Banes plan to use the Wayne industry prototypes in the basement for his takeover of Gotham. Anyone who has been around the military knows you would not go into combat with a prototype unit. They cost insane amounts of money to make, break down easily and there are no spare parts. You need a production model with spare parts to go into combat.Half the movie smacks of laziness.
Despite inferior to the iconic "The Black Knight", the movie still has done a very good job. The screenplay is solid, the acting was perfect and the graphics are spectacular.They said the epilogue is just a technicals show-off or there aren't as many mind games as "The Dark Knight", leads to the downfall of itself. I said this is the best we can do, let just take it slow from now on. "The Dark Knight Rises" doesn't mean Batman will come back stronger than ever. It means he doesn't have to worry about saving Gotham anymore. Because those who can't protect themselves gradually learn to fight for the sake of their peace and the justice they believe. And the generations will live on and on, if bad guys appear, good guys will be there too. The ultimate fade of a legend. After all, "A hero can be anyone even a man doing something as simple and reassuring as putting a coat around a little boy's shoulder to let him know that the world had not ended."
Much like the final Harry Potter movie, The Dark Knight Rises is good, but it's not the best of the series. This final installment ends the trilogy well. It gives us inspiring heroes, intimidating villains and plenty of dramatic action. However, some important plot points seem glossed over, there are some cheesy moments and Anne Hathaway's role seems a little out of place. Nevertheless, I liked it and I will be proud to have all three of Nolan's Batman films in my collection.
This movie was a very interesting one, but in so many different ways. This movie has so many question marks which needs to be addressed. Yes, The Dark Knight Rises was a good movie to watch especially when you first see it, but it's definitely not as good as Batman Begins and The Dark Knight. This movie seems to have too many plot holes which causes problems. Also, I don't like the eight year gap after The Dark Knight story because it's too long for my liking: three, four or five years would've made far more sense. Story was good, and it gets you very interested, but it could've been so much better. It does get you, the viewer, very engaged. Obviously, the best thing about this movie was Bane - the villain was very fearsome. Bane was terrific. The only downside to Bane was the outfit. Bane could've or should've looked far more menacing than it already was. He definitely should've been a lot bigger especially in height. After all, Bane was the only villain that was known to have "broken the bat". I don't think this movie did quite a good job of it. Some of his quotes were very memorable such as "Why are you here?", "Do you feel in charge" and "I was asking you". I like Bane, but I don't think he was the right choice to play the villain in this final movie. Someone such as the Riddler or the Penguin would've been far better, but that's just my personal opinion. But I can see why Bane was chosen, but the movie could've been far better than it already was had more care was given to it. I have a feeling after what happened to Heath Ledger, The Dark Knight Rises already lost a lot of its light before it was made, so that's why the movie wasn't as great. I don't know about you, but The Dark Knight Rises looked pretty dull to me right from the very beginning, and that's something I just didn't like about this movie. The soundtracks or themes for this movie was brilliant, and that was one of the few best things about this movie. The first movie was "Batman Begins". The second movie was "The Dark Knight". The third movie should've been either "Batman Ends" or "The Dark Knight Ends" - this is what this movie does I'm afraid. Yes, "The Dark Knight Rises", but it rises far too late. Batman Begins and The Dark Knight is something I could watch repeatedly, but not The Dark Knight Rises because The Dark Knight Ends.