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Watch The Dark Knight Rises (2012) full movie – So after seeing the The Dark Knight my expectations were pretty high for this movie and most movies would fail miserably but luckily The Dark Knight Rises is not one of most movies. It absolutely lived up to my expectations. What was good about the movie? Pretty much everything. The acting was top notch in this movie everyone does a good job in it. The action was great but the movie is great without action. Tom Hardy as Bane is one of the most terrifying villains I have ever seen. I likes the characters, the story everything. The one gripe that people might have is that it is very dark. But even that is not a real issue. In the end I loved this movie I recommend it to everyone an even though its not as good as The Dark Knight its still an amazing movie.

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Review The Dark Knight Rises (2012) by John – Stunning Conclusion to an Epic Trilogy

Not being a huge fan of superhero movies, I didn’t have much expectations for Batman Begins. However viewing the 2005 Christopher Nolan production, I was pleasantly shocked. Then after my huge expectations for, “The Dark Knight”, Christopher Nolan blew my expectations to the dust. Will the same happen with the 3rd and last film, “The Dark Knight Rises”? Quite simply, Yes! My big expectations were once again, blown away. What a production! This is a true cinematic experience, to behold. The movie exceeded my expectations in terms of action, and entertainment. The editing, sound, score, visuals, direction and action are all top notch.

The film contains a fine cast of talented actors. Christian Bale, of course still makes is a great Batman. Michael Cain is fantastic, as he always is. He gives such a powerful performance, he really ought to be considered for an Oscar nomination. Tom Hardy as Bane is utterly terrifying, at times, and completely ominous. Anne Hathaway as Catwoman/Selina Kyle is a scene stealer. She is completely engrossing. Everyone is so great, the dynamic scenes between the actors are so well done, so well written, and so well directed. The Dark Knight Rises is is emotionally riveting and amazing to view.

At a running time of almost 3 hours, the film never becomes dull, which is pretty impressive. The movie’s action sequences are spectacularly well created and very intense. The dialogue between the character’s are intelligent and highly believable. The movie’s soundtrack is terrific and really exemplify’s many of the movie’s scenes. Extremely well editing and sound use really develop many of the movie’s action scenes, so it’s not just explosions and visuals like in many other movies. Nolan creates a grand, dirty, engrossing world, and his action sequences just hum.

In conclusion, this film is a gorgeous reminder that great writing and direction can enhance any movie-going experience, even superhero movies, which are usually thought of as mindless entertainment. I am wholly satisfied with Christopher Nolan’s vision and thank all who worked on this film for bringing such an intricate interpretation of its very famous literary source. I cannot recommend this film anymore than I have, I just have to say everyone and anyone should see it

Review The Dark Knight Rises (2012) by Greg Pryor – Nolan has outdone himself… again.

Christopher Nolan has outdone himself with this one. At 3.30 in the morning, I was tired. Just getting out of it, I’ve never been so awake.

Perhaps what set this film apart from his other films was that it had a genuine emotional heartbeat. I felt that this was a flaw of Nolan’s other films – the vision of emotion was there, but it was hollow. In this I bought it. I felt it, hero and villain alike.

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.

Review The Dark Knight Rises (2012) by Akshit Markan – A fulfilling end to a legendary trilogy!

As this movie was the most awaited movie of the decade, I obviously wanted to watch it as soon as possible. My friend won some contest online and so, I got to watch it a few days earlier FOR FREE.

The movie is everything you want it to be. The story is very well told and there is enough of Nolan-kind twists. Tom Hardy has some powerful lines as Bane but the enhanced voice doesn’t work at all. But, he still does his character justice and performs to his full potential. For the first time in the trilogy, Batman wasn’t the strongest. This gave a chance to Christian Bale to show off his acting skills without the mask and he did a fine job. The veterans Gary Oldman, Morgan Freeman and Michael Caine went about their job as if it was just another day at the office. But, a major surprise was Joseph Gordon-Levitt who portrays an ordinary police officer and pulls of an unexpectedly awesome performance.

The special effects, sound and action were out of the world. Nolan spent a lot of money and he made it visible in the movie. The movie connects all the dots from the previous movies and provides a fitting end to the saga. Although, personally I liked The Dark Knight better. But, TDKR certainly came very close it.

Finally, I would like to thank Christopher Nolan for portraying Batman in a way no one ever thought was possible and for making one the best trilogy of all time.

Review The Dark Knight Rises (2012) by Grey Gardens – Best Film of 2012, so far!

I had the honor of watching TDKR during a screening and was completely blown away! Christopher Nolan’s third film in his Batman trilogy doesn’t disappoint. The movie is incredibly well made, its huge production is quite breathtaking to view. This is a true cinematic experience, to behold. The movie exceeded my expectations in terms of action, and entertainment. The movie’s score high-lites many of its incredible scenes, and at times, it takes your breath away.

The film featured excellent performances, by all the cast. Christian Bale, as always is great as Batman. Anne Hathaway was completely engrossing, she became “Catwoman”, just like Michele Pfeiffer did, although their interpretations were very different, both were equally effective. Tom Hardy was the main villain “Bane” completely shattered my expectations. One of the best superhero movie villains, I’ve ever seen. The terror caused by him, is completely believable and quite menacing. Marlion Cotilliard, Michael Cane, Gary Oldman, and others all did well in their respective roles. Now I know most will miss Heath Ledger as the Joker.(I know I do) I hope people don’t compare Tom Hardy’s performance to Heath Ledger’s, its completely unfair and the two characters are very different. Just read the comics.

The colossal size of the film is a spectacle to behold, but surprisingly you don’t get lost with all the explosions and extravagant action scenes, like in other films,(AKA Transformers, or POTC.) If one were to gripe, and I suppose there will never be a film made that one cannot find a point at which to grip, it is painfully long running time here. I found myself more worried about the pain in my posterior than the emotional final minutes after almost 3 hours that I had spent in a cramped seat, but that’s just how I am. However the ending is just fantastic, so emotional and bring the trilogy to a very satisfying end.

Sorry if I’m being all fan-boyish and kissing this movie’s behind, but I really admire it. It may not be among my personal favorites but generally this seems to be the movie event of this year. As a film though, this is amazing. A true lasting legacy in superhero story telling and summer-blockbusters.

Review The Dark Knight Rises (2012) by Christopher Reid – It was okay…

The best thing about this movie is how satisfying it is. It doesn’t leave you frustrated or confused. You can’t really complain that it didn’t explore certain ideas or follow through. By deciding to have an official ending to this trilogy’s story, the themes surrounding Batman are very fresh. We don’t know where he’ll end up. It’s not the same old thing about whether he can continue to be Batman or not, which was already getting repetitive in Spider-man 2. The conclusions are not as important as the feelings they invoke as they come about. Nolan is especially good at capturing the complete tension of actually not knowing what will happen and deeply questioning what you *want* to happen and why.

This movie is bigger than the previous two, far more ambitious. There are no obvious annoying weaknesses that usually come with films in general, especially blockbuster action movies. All of Nolan’s movies have deep psychological themes and this takes those in another new direction. I thought Inception was hugely original and insightful about the way people think. That level of abstraction and depth is present in this film. Bane bursts into it, his reputation is quickly established. Nolan uses people’s expectations and anticipation to the fullest. We are left to wonder about what has happened in the 8 years since the events of The Dark Knight. Why have the characters become the way they are now?

In the latter half, it does seem like the movie is trying to pull off so many different plot points and connections, but they all work. The cast is very large and impressive. You don’t see “good acting”. You see fascinating characters. They’re just playing their part in the grand story that’s being crafted. There are many unfamiliar faces but they all have a strange, unique look to them. We often see a person’s flaws and previous decisions coming back to haunt them. They find out the hard way what mistakes they have made. Where their limits are. Where they lose control.

The score is almost tribal, very raw and energetic. You don’t get much chance to pay attention to it but many parts of the movie are pounding with excitement. There are countless quotable lines and disturbing slices of dialogue. They cut deep. The Joker was a great character and this is a very different movie but the themes are just as dark, only perhaps indirectly. Underneath, it’s very sinister. Writing and efficiency appear to be among Nolan’s greatest strengths. The story has many layers that interweave and apparently they came in under budget.

Perhaps the most important thing about Catwoman is that she’s completely believable. When she beats up men, you don’t roll your eyes. She’s feminine and powerful in her own way. She fits into the world and we completely understand her motivations. She doesn’t have a huge role but a very important one.

I didn’t find myself moved but maybe I’m too cynical. I was more affected psychologically. Curious about humanity and all the different sides of it you see in this movie. It goes to many extremes. I felt humbled by my complete lack of life experience. What do I know about anything? How could I possibly understand half of the characters? I haven’t been through anything or achieved anything compared to most of them. Michael Caine gets a bigger role this time. He was always critical but this time he’s very much the emotional core.

I thought Christian Bale was overlooked in The Dark Knight especially. The movies hinge on him. Bruce Wayne’s just a man but also incredibly inspirational. Bale’s famous for completely committing to his roles and it pays off. Tom Hardy is impressive as Bane but I suppose that’s no surprise. The rest of the leads are similarly awesome. There are many references to the earlier films. Very few questions are left unanswered. It’s always nice when film-makers really think it through and make an actual decision and get all the details right.

So anyway, I’ll miss Batman (since the trilogy has ended) but couldn’t have hoped for a better, more epic and sincere finale to his story.

Review The Dark Knight Rises (2012) by movieman016 – Amazed!

Christopher Nolan has out done himself again, striking not just Batman fans, but fans of the series and movie goers everywhere with his beautifully crafted, last installment of The Dark Knight trilogy, The Dark Knight Rises. The acting has always been well done in the last two, but something about the last one really made me feel the performances were real, quite like the late Heath Ledger’s performance as the Joker. The movie ran about two hours and forty-five minutes give or take, but I never wanted it to end. The story progression never seemed to drag on, the movie always kept me on the edge of my seat. This is one that will be an all time favorite of mine, and a true classic.

Review The Dark Knight Rises (2012) by Raimorio – Okay, but major holes in the execution

Let me start by saying, that I am an avid Nolan admirer. Up until now I haven’t seen a bad Nolan film. All of his movies would be in my top movies list if I had one, I consider him a genius. After seeing the final act of his Batman I have started to reconsider.

The movie was filled with moments where I found myself thinking “This is not believable” and after the first hour I asked myself “Is this it?”. Gladly after the first hour things did become more meaningful. The “fall” of the dark knight was awesome, Bane was a tough guy and the Batman did suffer. It was great. Even Anne Hathaway came trough crushing all my negative preconceptions. Other than that, the movie certainly didn’t deliver.

In the end they ruined Banes character. Batman’s training in this film was far from believable. There were lot of little stories and story structures going on, which didn’t work when added together. I mean they worked but comparing to the previous films of Nolan they certainly did not deliver. In many scenes I thought “This is something that just could not happen”, the things in this film just didn’t work. And I don’t mean Batman doing his stunts, of course they are unrealistic, I mean all the little things that left me bothered.

On the other hand when it comes to Batman’s stunts there were little, the end conclusion left me thinking “was this the great finale of BATMAN?”. Isn’t Batman supposed to do something cooler than fly a plane or ride a motorcycle? Isn’t Batman supposed to be an acrobat who beats everyone in a cool, cunning and mysterious ways? Here he was the operator of an army plane. In the previous films he was Batman, in this film he doesn’t really come off as Batman. His only a random commando wearing a Batman suit. This is something I could not forgive Nolan for.

If the scenes we’re actually believable I would’ve propably considered forgiving him this error, but these two errors together are just too much for me to say this is an impressive movie. You might be able to go as far to say this is good, but it is not impressive. This is a shame, because the guy who did this has done nothing but impressive movies. For some other director this movie could be a good stepping stone for something better, an acceptable movie that did have its moments, but for Nolan it is an utter failure. There we’re times in this movie when he got me and I was impressed. The movie did in certain scenes raise my emotion and hit me where it should’ve, but as a whole taking into account all the bad things it cannot be regarded as a movie above others.

I was let down with this movie. With all of his previous movies that I have seen in the theathre I have gone in with enormous expectations, like the kind of hyped mind you should never walk in with and every single time I have walked out with my expectations blown away by the grandness of what I have just seen. This time I walked in with the same expectations and came out disappointed. The only question in my mind being “How was he able to not see these flaws in this movie, I thought he was a genius who could not fail”.

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