Reviews and Problems with Batman: The Dark Knight Rises
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The Dark Knight Rises
31 December 2012
Excerpt: In 2005 the Batman franchise was brought back to life thanks to the maybe a bit slow but nonetheless very interesting Batman Begins from Christopher Nolan with in the lead Christian Bale as the Caped Crusader.
Excerpt: I have a love-hate relationship with Christopher Nolan’s Batman trilogy; I hate them in the theater and love them a few months later when I watch them at home. Don’t ask me why, although I do know I didn’t like The Dark Knight Rises in the theater mainly because I couldn’t understand what Bane was...
Summary: My fellow reviewer still enjoyed The Avengers more, but that was a superhero move, and, yes, I still feel it stands as the greatest superhero movie to date. The Avengers is all about super powers and super battles, incredibly fun and as light as parfait.
Conclusion: The Dark Knight Rises is, without a doubt, one of the best films of 2012 and a close second to its predecessor both in the franchise and in Nolan's rich résumé. This is the satisfying ending the trilogy deserved and it cements the series as one of cinema's greatest.
Excerpt: There are two journeys in Dark Knight Rises . One sees Bruce Wayne (Christian Bale) mentally and physically bringing himself back into fighting shape after Gotham found itself in an extended period of piece. He’s beaten, battered, and certainly cannot go heliskiing. Then there’s Bane (Tom Hardy).
Excerpt: Unless you’ve been hiding in your Bat Cave for the last year or so, you’ll know that the third and final installment in Christopher Nolan’s Batman trilogy came out. The series was first (re) launched back in 2005 when Nolan took the franchise over from Tim Burton and Joel Schumacher, who turned it...
Excerpt: I always feared this would happen. Feared that before July 20th, of this year 2012 that I would be summoned by the movie gods to witness, and then review, a film that has held a special place in my heart, and head, since 2008�s The Dark Knight .
Excerpt: As The Dark Knight Rises brings a close to Christopher Nolan’s staggeringly ambitious Batman trilogy, it’s worth remembering that director chose The Scarecrow as his first villain—not necessarily the most popular among the comic’s gallery of rogues, but the one who set the tone for entire series.
Conclusion: With spectacle in abundance and sexiness in (supporting) parts, this is superhero filmmaking on an unprecedented scale. Rises may lack the surprise of Begins or the anarchy of Knight, but it makes up for that in pure emotion. A fitting epitaph for the hero Gotham deserves.