The Dark Knight RisesDirector: Christopher Nolan, Christian Bale, Anne Hathaway, Tom Hardy
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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.
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- [Wide Screen, Color]
- [Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround]
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Cast & Crew
|Christian Bale||Bruce Wayne/Batman|
|Gary Oldman||Commissioner Gordon|
|Liam Neeson||Ra's al Ghul|
|Josh Pence||Ra's Al Ghul (young)|
|Joey King||Older Prison Child|
|Chris Ellis||Fr. Reilly|
|Daniel Sunjata||Captain Jones|
|Christopher Nolan||Director,Original Story,Producer,Screenwriter|
|Chris Corbould||Special Effects Supervisor|
|Nathan Crowley||Production Designer|
|Kevin de la Noy||Executive Producer|
|David S. Goyer||Original Story|
|Zak Grobler||Art Director|
|Lindy Hemming||Costumes/Costume Designer|
|Martha Johnston||Set Decoration/Design|
|Kevin Kavanaugh||Production Designer|
|Richard King||Sound/Sound Designer|
|Josh Lusby||Art Director|
|Benjamin Melniker||Executive Producer|
|Theodore H. Sharps||Set Decoration/Design|
|Thomas Tull||Executive Producer|
|Michael E. Uslan||Executive Producer|
|Dean Wolcott||Art Director|
|Robert Woodruff||Art Director|
|Hans Zimmer||Score Composer|
1. Scene 1 [9:02]
2. Scene 2 [10:05]
3. Scene 3 [11:07]
4. Scene 4 [10:51]
5. Scene 5 [10:00]
6. Scene 6 [9:19]
7. Scene 7 [9:30]
8. Scene 8 [10:12]
9. Scene 9 [10:45]
10. Scene 10 [8:24]
11. Scene 11 [9:32]
12. Scene 12 [11:22]
13. Scene 13 [10:25]
14. Scene 14 [8:24]
15. Scene 15 [11:01]
16. Scene 16 [6:35]
17. Scene 17 [7:40]
English (For the Hearing Impaired)
The Journey of Bruce Wayne
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Honestly, this wasn't that bad. It was actually pretty good. The acting, the pacing, the action and well, the story and characters were interesting. Could of been a little better but the movie was pretty good overall.
this movie was the most boring and poorly made movie I have ever had the misfortune of watching. Never again will I watch a movie by Christopher Nolan. I really wish he would stop ruining all of dcs movies. They need to get someone else to start directing their movies. And just a question why does batman get his ass kicked throughout the whole movie.
Great film. This is the best of Nolan's Dark Knight Trilogy. Christian Bale, Michael Caine, Gary Oldman, Morgan Freeman, Cillian Murphy come back and are excellent as usual. Anne Hathaway, Tom Hardy, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, and Marion Cotillard are great in the roles they are in. Christopher Nolan was able to make the each Batman film better than the last. Watch the films in order: Batman Begins, The Dark Knight and The Dark Knight Rises, and you will see a great story unfold. Like Star Wars and The Lord of the Rings before it, The Dark Knight Trilogy is an epic achievement in Filmmaking and Story telling with great people in front the camera and behind the camera. I recommend this to any Batman fan, Nolan fan and any film fan in general. You won't be disappointed.
I enjoyed it. Look forward to seeing where Warner Brothers takes the Dark Knight after the Nolan movies.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Morgan Freeman are the only things saving this movie. Lots of sizzle (3 hours worth) and little steak. Christian "Batman" Bale seems to be phoning it in and his voice is so husky that you can barely understand what he's saying. It felt as if no one really wanted to make this movie, but knew that they had to, as if it was a chore. The climax of the movie is short-lived and barely existent. Hollywood's new fad is getting into the psychology of characters. That was refreshing, but it seems to have become a formula rather than a creative thought that this reviewer is not buying.
I loved it!!! The Dark Night is written well for a comic book movie, but it's not the best movie ever!
Almost 3hrs long. Not worthy of that. Titanic, Gone with the wind, JFK are worth 3hrs. Not this! You wont want to watch it more than once. The first one was also too long, but better than this one. They will make another one, Hollywood needs lots of $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$.
Fantastic conclusion to this trilogy. I've watched it three times since it came out on DVD!
This groundbreaking series comes to its epic finale where Christopher Nolan finally lets his reach exceed his grasp. While still immensely entertaining, The Dark Knight Rises is a movie full of great ideas but poor execution. The writing, something that was spectacular in the previous entries of the series finds itself playing out here like we're watching a live action rough draft of what will become a great movie down the road. Character motivations are all over the place, no one really has any time to breathe, and some of the dialogue is so cheesy you feel like you're watching a Marvel movie. There's a fantastic movie in here somewhere, but this is the flawed finale to a great series.