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The Dark Knight Rises
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- Christopher Nolan
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Bold, dark and wholly despairing, Christopher Nolan's magnum opus is a physically brutal and emotionally jarring end to the contemporary Batman trilogy. The film is a bruising third act that interweaves the notions of morality , vengeance and redemption into a cathartic examination of modern day heroism. The definitive characteristic of Nolan's vision lies in the picture's uncompromising intensity. This granite, monolithic ferocity pervades and influences the actions of the fallen Bruce Wayne who has been unable to reconcile his conscience and self-affirmed morality with the consequences of his masquerading past. The film brilliantly encapsulates the pathos and wistfulness of the embattled hero as he struggles to resurrect his dark half from the ashes of reclusive existence to confront a nascent malignancy that has risen from the depths of Gotham's past sins. Gotham's reckoning materialises in Bane, a brutish iconoclast endowed with a vendetta against the dark sentinel by a past evil that has broken free from the shackles of defeat. Batman's comprehensive reprisal at the hands of Bane pushes him to the very edge beckoning the man to find another dimension to his courage and resolve. It is this harrowing and self-mutilating personal journey of salvation and reconciliation that pushes the film to the brink of cinematic greatness.
From the reviews, I expected outstanding cinimatography,nail biting action. What do I get.... a movie that is in shadow, a person in prison and a bad guy who I can not understand a word he is saying.
Thoroughly enjoyed it, love the twist!
Cool movie but I was a bit disappointed in the end.
I thought the film was absolutely brilliant, a fitting conclusion to the trilogy.
i really enjoyed the movie except for the fact that it was almost four hours long (my backside went numb) the movie as usual was brilliant and keeps you captivated from begining to end.
A fitting end to the trilogy with outstanding performances by most cast members.
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