The 2012 grand-scale epic about Batman's struggle to overcome the terrorist leader Bane, as well as his own inner demons.
Nolan's Protege wrote:Total applause at the end of the film, it was the first time I'd ever experienced that and it was about 10 days after it's release. However, I did see it at a true IMAX screen so that may have drawn in a more impassioned group of viewers, but still very rare. I'd never seen that happen on opening days with Revenge of the Sith, Return of the King, or Deathly Hallows Part 2.
JBirdStreet24 wrote:Claps, chuckles during the funny bits. I think most people were too blown away by the ending to really react at all by the time the credits rolled.
Lynn wrote:I saw it yesterday for the first time. Oddly enough, the average age of the audience was higher than I expected. The people who looked in their mid-twenties our younger were a small minority, and there were a lot of people who looked in their fourties or even older.
So yeah, no one clapped or cheered in the middle of the movie or at the end.
We all gasped in unison when Bane, er, you know when, though.
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