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The Dark Knight Rises

The Dark Knight Rises

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Language English
Video Format Blu-ray
Genre Action - crime action
Number Of Discs 2
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  1. 1 of 1 people found this review helpful
     It cant get better 18 December, 2013 On
    Christian Bale was typically brilliant as Batman, and I felt that Bruce Wayne was more heavily embraced in this final installment. Bale added emotional depth to the character - a plot point that I think went astray in The Dark Knight - picking up from the development made in Batman Begins.

    Tom Hardy as Bane was quite simply, terrifying. No longer a dunderhead "enforcer", but one of the criminal masterminds behind "Gotham's Reckoning", coupled with a physical dominance strong enough to send shivers down your spine.

    Anne Hathaway as Selina Kyle defied my expectations. Hands up who was not entirely convinced that that girl from the Princess Diaries could handle an intensely physical role like Catwoman. But here I am, hugely impressed. She added immeasurably to the value of the film.

    Marion Cotillard fulfilled the role of Miranda Tate admirably, though I suspect this was the most underdeveloped character of the film - though after watching, I can see why.

    The unsung hero of The Dark Knight Rises is Michael Caine as Alfred. A heartfelt performance that helps drive the emotional content of the film, helping Nolan sell his most well-rounded film to date. Caine's performance in both presence and absence.

    Special mention goes to Joseph Gordon Levitt, who is consistently proving himself to be a big player in the Hollywood game. His role as officer Blake felt like there could've been more, but it may just have come all a bit much. It was a great performance, and Levitt sunk his teeth into role.

    If you can, go see this in IMAX. If any film was to sell the format to skeptics, The Dark Knight Rises would be IT. I'm happy Nolan stuck to his guns and shot in 2D. 3D would have been unnecessary.

    I suppose at this point, I have to turn my focus on Nolan. If he ever reads this... aspiring filmmaker to filmmaker, I've never been so envious, jealous in all my life. It's a film that leaves me floundering, wondering what I could possibly do to get anywhere near this ballpark. Well done. I think an Oscar Nomination is in order.

    From here, I'm not sure what to expect of the future. Does our imagination carry us forward, or do the studios? Time will tell.
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  2. 1 of 1 people found this review helpful
     The Knight Prevails!!!! 22 January, 2014 On
    The Dark Knight Rises directed by Christopher Nolan starring Christian Bale and Anne Hathaway is a sequel to The Dark Knight.It's proves to be the best of the Batman series in all aspects.
    In this sequel Bane is the main villian and he plans to take revenge over batman as he killed Ra's al Ghul in The Batman Begins and he starts to take over Gotham city by releasing convicts from prison's and creating a new government in the gotham city.
    although Bane was excommunicated by Ra's al Ghul he proves to be a worthy challenger as he is stonger and faster than batman.
    He leaves batman to become weaker and watch gotham fade away before his eyes.
    The rest of the plot deals on how he saves gotham and the twists and turns in the climax.

    The best of the series with an awesome screen play and a motivational plot
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