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Filmmakers reveal the bold creative choices that led to the stunning conclusion of Bruce Wayne's story
The Dark Knight Rises Christopher Nolan's Batman trilogy concludes with this Warner Brothers release that finds The Dark Knight pitted against Bane, an unstoppable foe possessed of tremendous physical and intellectual strength. Nearly a decade after taking the fall for Harvey Dent's death and disappearing into the darkness, a fugitive Batman (Christian Bale) watches from the shadows as the Dent Act keeps the streets of Gotham City free of crime. Meanwhile, an elusive cat burglar seizes the chance to strike, and a masked anarchist plots a devastating series of attacks designed to lure Bruce Wayne out of the shadows. Determined not to abandon the people who he once risked his life to protect, The Dark Knight emerges from his self-imposed exile ready to fight. But Bane (Tom Hardy) is ready, too, and once Batman is within his grasp, he will do everything in his power to break Gotham City's shadowy savior. Oscar-winner Michael Caine and Gary Oldman return in a sequel also starring Anne Hathaway, Marion Cotillard, and Joseph Gordon-Levitt. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
Not as good as its predecessor
Posted by: Treydle from: Saratoga Springs, NY on
You sacrifice your name, your body, the love of your life to achieve one goal. You achieved it, but someone later puts those achievements at risk. What do you do? Come out of hiding or run?
Bruce Wayne (played by Christian Bale) has abandoned the cape and mask so that Batman could never be arrested and prosecuted for the crimes committed by Harvey Dent that he took the fall for. He’s been living like a recluse for eight years while Commissioner James Gordon (played by Gary Oldman) has all but extinguished violent crime in Gotham. Gordon wants to reveal the truth during a celebration honoring Harvey Dent but decides the city isn’t ready for it. At that same celebration, a congressman is abducted and, while investigating the crime, Gordon is shot. The patrolman who rescues him, John Blake (played by Joseph Gordon-Levitt) is promoted to detective and told he’s to report directly the Commissioner. Blake (Gordon-Levitt) knows Batman’s true identity and pleads with Wayne to once again don the cape and mask. Commissioner Gordon echoes those sentiments when Wayne, incognito, visits him in the hospital. The kidnapper, a terrorist and mercenary intent on destroying the city, is Bane. Bane (played by Tom Hardy) was once a member of the League of Shadows before being expelled by his and Bruce Wayne’s mentor, Ra’s al Ghul. Bane was hired by a competitor of Wayne Enterprises, John Daggett (played by Ben Mendelsohn). We’re also introduced to a master thief working with Bane, Selina Kyle (played by Anne Hathaway) who is, of course, Catwoman, though she’s never addressed by that name.
I was a latecomer to Nolan’s new take on the Batman story. I saw The Dark Knight in theaters, but I didn’t catch Batman Begins, the first film in the series, until it began airing on cable. Once I did, I bought the DVD. I bought The Dark Knight on DVD the day of its release. Bale as Batman was amazing in the first two films and he is just as good, if not better, in the third. Hardy as Bane is nowhere near as mesmerizing as Heath Ledger’s interpretation of The Joker, but he is far more intimidating. Hathaway as Catwoman is the best version of this character that I have seen to date. Of course, the other versions, portrayed by Michelle Pfeiffer and Halle Berry, were beautiful but one-dimensional. I was hoping this film would be better than its predecessor. Perhaps it’s the notion that this means the story is over, but I thought The Dark Knight was the best in the series. That said, Rises is brilliant and anyone who’s seen the previous films should see this latest one as soon as possible.
20 out of 22 found this review helpful.
Awesome must see movie.
Posted by: dafirstchico from: Miami, FL on
This is an amazing from A to Z. Bruce Wayne is so different in this movie and it's awesome. This gets you thinking and on you toes. Awesome in HD/Blu ray. I hope Chris Nolan changes his mind with Cristian Bale to do part four.
12 out of 12 found this review helpful.
Dark knight Reborn Documentary
Posted by: DarkKnightFanatic from: on
I just bought this earlier today. I was assuming that the dark knight reborn doc came on the discs. But when we checked out a prompt came up and they ask you, for an additional $14.99 you can get the documentary code. You then would go on to CinemaNow and enter in the code. On the box itself, it says exclusive content and such. Nobody at the store really knew what that extra 15 bucks was for until my wife asked. We ended up getting the fee waived and got the code. However, I put the special feature disc in and the dark knight reborn doc is on the discs. SO, IF I WERE YOU DECLINE THE FEE. Or talk to a manager about it. Hope this helps!
22 out of 27 found this review helpful.
The epic conclusion to the greatest trilogy ever
Posted by: tybyrd93 from: Houston, TX on
Christopher Nolan has given us a phenomenal ending to his masterpiece of a trilogy, and it may be the best movie out of the three. This is a must-buy.
17 out of 23 found this review helpful.
Best Super Hero Movie
Posted by: HoneyDoList from: California on
This series of Batman movies are the best super hero movies to date and the Dark Knight Rises is the best Batman movie in the trilogy. If the incident in Colorado didn’t happen this would have easily been the top box office earner.
5 out of 5 found this review helpful.
Bane is wicked in this one!!
Posted by: GameOverSuckas from: Virginia on
I've seen just about every Batman movie there is. This one was a great addition to the series. Unlike the other review who only spoke of his dislike of Ultraviolet... I would highly recommend this movie to any fan of the super hero genre of movies and definitely any Batman fans
6 out of 8 found this review helpful.
The Dark Knight Rises
Posted by: rockband2 from: Honolulu, HI on
One of the best movie trilogy of all time. This movie should deserve and academy award for best picture, best actor, and best director. I hope Christian Bale and Christopher Nolan would just make more Dark Knight/Batman trilogy instead of rebooting the Batman movie series.
14 out of 23 found this review helpful.
Great end to an amazon trilogy
Posted by: StigsAmericancousin from: on
Although this isn't as great as the dark knight was it is still a great movie and is a must see for comic book fans and Nolan fans.
3 out of 4 found this review helpful.
Good not Great...
Posted by: hail2victors from: Michigan on
Don't get me wrong, this movie is very good. I just expected more because The Dark Knight was flat out epic. Christopher Nolan does another fantastic job, but I think it could have been better. Still worth owning and seeing multiple times.
1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
Outstanding conclusion to this Batman franchise
Posted by: OhioBobcat3 from: Ohio on
This movie starts years after the Dark Knight, with a battered Bruce Wayne hiding away in Wayne Manor. Batman took the fall for the death of Harvey Dent, which allowed the Dent Act to come to fruition. As a result, Gotham City's streets have been cleared of its most dangerous criminals. However, he is eventually pulled out of reclusion when Bane (Tom Hardy) begins to terrorize the city. Bruce quickly finds out that progressive injuries, age, and his time away from being Batman have caught up with him. The question is does he still have what it takes to rid the city of its latest threat? In my opinion this is the best of Christopher Nolan's three Batman movies, and one that I recommend that you watch to find out the answer.