Christopher Nolan steps back into the director's chair for this sequel to Batman Begins, which finds the titular superhero coming face to face with his greatest nemesis -- the dreaded Joker. Christian Bale returns to the role of Batman, Maggie Gyllenhaal takes over the role of Rachel Dawes (played by Katie Holmes in Batman Begins), and Brokeback Mountain star Heath Ledger dons the ghoulishly gleeful Joker makeup previously worn by Jack Nicholson and Cesar Romero. Just as it begins to appear as if Batman, Lt. James Gordon (Gary Oldman), and District Attorney Harvey Dent (Aaron Eckhart) are making headway in their tireless battle against the criminal element, a maniacal, wisecracking fiend plunges the streets of Gotham City into complete chaos.~Jason Buchanan
Gotham Uncovered: Creation of a Scene - director Christopher Nolan and creative collaborators unmask the incredible detail and planning behind the film, including stunt staging, filmin in IMAX, the new Bat-Suit and Bat-Pod and exclusive features via BD-Live
Batman Tech - the incredible gadgets and tools
Batman Unmasked: The Psychology of the Dark Knight - delve into the psyche of Bruce Wayne and the world of Batman througn real-world psychology
Gotham Tonight - 6 episodes of Gotham's cable premier news program
The galleries - the joker cards, concept art, poster art, production stills, trailers & tv spots
I saw The Dark Knight from start to finish and I loved it. I truly loved at the end where Batman kills Joker and he kills Two-Face and this was one of my favorite Batman movies that I ever liked. I know this movie is close to 8 years since they made this movie back in 2008 and it had the late Heath Ledger playing the role of the Joker and for me, I cried when I saw his last movie. The Joker was the best villain that I ever liked from the Batman movies and I will always remember Ledger for playing that role. Thank you very much and I will recommend this movie to my friends and my family, too and I will see this movie again with them. I will see it 200 times more because it's my favorite movie ever. Yours truly, Zaida Quijano.
This review is from The Dark Knight [Blu-ray] [2 Discs] 
I would recommend this to a friend
Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review
Dark knight 4k review
This was originally the best looking bluray out of the trilogy. In 4k its fabulous. The imax picture is perfection. Heath Ledger should have won a oscar.
While plenty has been said about The Dark Knight and how amazing it is, this collectors edition set with the Batpod can frustrate some Blu-Ray owners.
Some of you out there are like me and purchase the biggest, baddest, top-of-the-line edition of anything we are going to purchase, but likewise, we keep our collections orderly and like everything to be neat, uniform, and alphabetical on our shelf. I know this doesn't apply to everyone, but some of you reading this are in the same boat as me.
Just know that this will not go nicely into your collection, as the discs' case is built directly into the figurine. No alternative like the collector's editions for Blade Runner or Hellboy 2 or even the previous collector's edition for Batman Begins.
Great movie, great extras, but just remember that if you're very particular about how your collection is organized, you're gonna have a figurative square peg to somehow get into a round hole.
I WOULD NOT recommend the CE to someone who was as particular as I am, but would gladly recommend it to everyone else.
This review is from The Dark Knight [WS] [2 Discs] [Limited Edition] [Blu-ray] 
No, I would not recommend this to a friend
Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review
Comic Book Masterpiece now shines
The original Blu-ray while having great picture quality still had issues with some of the city scape scenes and the initial IMAX scene. That has been corrected and looks gorgeous on 4K. Overviewed by Nolan himself.