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The Dark Knight Rises

HD   12 Closed Captioning AD

Christopher Nolan

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About the Film

Watch the epic conclusion to The Dark Knight Trilogy! Eight years ago, after taking the blame for D.A. Harvey Dent’s death, Batman (Christian Bale) mysteriously vanished. But everything changes with the appearance of a cunning cat burglar – played by Anne Hathaway – and the arrival of Bane (Tom Hardy), a ruthless madman. Bane’s reign of terror forces Batman out of his self-imposed exile and into the ultimate battle for Gotham City’s survival…and his own! 

Customer Reviews

Ever decreasing circles.....

On my first viewing of this film, I came out raving, as it was a wonderful well rounded action film. However as time went by, all the niggly doubts over the continuity of the script started to hit home. And the only real excuse I found was "its a batman movie"... Well this doesn't work and Nolan has only himself to blame... TDK was realistic and brilliant at the same time.... TDKR makes no sense, and takes on huge leaps which the viewer must atke for gfranted. Batman's miraculous recovery from spinal damage, which he then messes up with three attempts to leave a prison with a handy hole in the ground. His complete destruction by Bane is then reversed magically reversed at the end by his mind numbingly dull discovery of little gas vents things that are keeping Bane alive. How did Batman get back to Gotham anyway, and it such quick time, and how did he find people so very easily.
The more I thought about, themore stars started to drop. I think a two star is fair. I din't find it overlong like some did, I like the introspective stuff and the whole Alfred/Bruce storyline.... but once things kick off, in admittedly big fashion, I don't even remember why Bane wanted to destroy the city,, his purpose was to reek havoc.... I think if TDKR had been released before TDK, its flaws would have been pounched on by the critics.
Anyway, its good, but left me with too many "how did he do that" questions, or "when did get there" questions... and when did he get the time to make a big stuoid flaming bat sign on a bridge? And why?

Fantastic

Better than Batman Begins but not as good as The Dark Knight.

Phenomenal

An absolute masterpiece, gets better with every viewing. Perfect.

The Dark Knight Rises
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  • €12.99
  • Genre: Action & Adventure
  • Released: 2012

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