The 2012 grand-scale epic about Batman's struggle to overcome the terrorist leader Bane, as well as his own inner demons.
07202012 wrote:So who cried?
I know I did.
"You trusted me, and I failed you."
Valmont103 wrote:Seen it 7 times. 8th and 9th this weekend. Saw TDK 10 times. So gonna match it with TDKR. Only in IMAX at Lincoln Square in NYC. Have to say the first time I saw it, which was a Thursday midnight, left me too overwhelmed to really be able to decide anything about the film. Over the course of the other viewings I just fell more and more in love with it. That it ended with the conclusion I had hoped for, but never dreamed possible, added to my joy. Others have talked about all the reasons why I love it. Hathaway and Bale. Their performances and incredible chemistry. Caine, Oldman, Freeman, and Levitt. Hardy and what he accomplished while wearing a mask. Pfister's photography. Zimmer's score. The Nolan brother's script. And really what Nolan has accomplished with this trilogy. Because at the end of the day I view all three films as one long narrative story told in three parts. So yeah, I loved TDKR. And cannot wait to seat down to watch it again.
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