Have Your Thoughts On The Movie Changed Since Its Release?

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No

I said to myself this was my favorite of the trilogy after the midnight screening and six-seven viewings later I still think it.

Objectively there's more flaws than in TDK, but the scope, epicness and ambition of it wins it for me (Memento/Inception are the top 2 on my rankings though).

And the third act is just the best thing ever

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Now Where Was I ? wrote:No

I said to myself this was my favorite of the trilogy after the midnight screening and six-seven viewings later I still think it.

Objectively there's more flaws than in TDK, but the scope, epicness and ambition of it wins it for me (Memento/Inception are the top 2 on my rankings though).

And the third act is just the best thing ever
For me, it's like a fine wine. Better every time I watch it. And, yes, the scope and epicness and ambition all are just so large that you can't but be in awe.

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Now Where Was I ? wrote:No

I said to myself this was my favorite of the trilogy after the midnight screening and six-seven viewings later I still think it.

Objectively there's more flaws than in TDK, but the scope, epicness and ambition of it wins it for me (Memento/Inception are the top 2 on my rankings though).
i am divided.it keeps loosing quality for me.i think its nolans worst movie.i actually doubt he had faith in the story and that he wanted to do it.the editing was awful.i keep on seeing henchmen falling over by themselves.apart from the bane fight,every other fight was terrible.miranda tate death was a joke.i still love the film because i became attached to bruce waynes story.but i understand why some people hate the movie

And the third act is just the best thing ever

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mosh89 wrote:
Now Where Was I ? wrote:No

I said to myself this was my favorite of the trilogy after the midnight screening and six-seven viewings later I still think it.

Objectively there's more flaws than in TDK, but the scope, epicness and ambition of it wins it for me (Memento/Inception are the top 2 on my rankings though).
i am divided.it keeps loosing quality for me.i think its nolans worst movie.i actually doubt he had faith in the story and that he wanted to do it.the editing was awful.i keep on seeing henchmen falling over by themselves.apart from the bane fight,every other fight was terrible.miranda tate death was a joke.i still love the film because i became attached to bruce waynes story.but i understand why some people hate the movie

And the third act is just the best thing ever
Why did you randomly insert your comment into another user's comment?

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nolan's worst movie, wish he'd go back to small scale films since all his big budget flicks sucked


-Vader

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Vader182 wrote:nolan's worst movie, wish he'd go back to small scale films since all his big budget flicks sucked


-Vader
:shock:

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TomsWindow wrote:
Vader182 wrote:nolan's worst movie, wish he'd go back to small scale films since all his big budget flicks sucked


-Vader
:shock:
problem? You're new here so you might not realize, but it's pretty much the consensus that his films other than following, memento, and prestige are thin, emotionless, stylistically overbearing, and worst of all, pretentious.


-Vader

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Vader182 wrote:
TomsWindow wrote:
Vader182 wrote:nolan's worst movie, wish he'd go back to small scale films since all his big budget flicks sucked


-Vader
:shock:
problem? You're new here so you might not realize, but it's pretty much the consensus that his films other than following, memento, and prestige are thin, emotionless, stylistically overbearing, and worst of all, pretentious.


-Vader
Well after seeing your first comment on this thread, I'm going to assume that you are joking.

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Still my fav from the trilogy.

TomsWindow wrote:
Vader182 wrote:
TomsWindow wrote:

:shock:
problem? You're new here so you might not realize, but it's pretty much the consensus that his films other than following, memento, and prestige are thin, emotionless, stylistically overbearing, and worst of all, pretentious.


-Vader
Well after seeing your first comment on this thread, I'm going to assume that you are joking.
54 posts and this guy can detect sarcasm better than half the forum

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