Joseph Gordon-Levitt as John Blake

The 2012 superhero epic about Batman's struggle to overcome the terrorist leader Bane, as well as his own inner demons.
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zimmerman12 wrote:Anyone think that Joseph Gordon-Levitt's character was the heart of this film? I thought he nailed it as Blake. He overtook Bruce/Batman as the emotional core of TDKR IMO.
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zimmerman12 wrote:Anyone think that Joseph Gordon-Levitt's character was the heart of this film? I thought he nailed it as Blake. He overtook Bruce/Batman as the emotional core of TDKR IMO.
Levitt was good, but Alfred was the real emotional core for me. All his scenes with Bruce and
the funeral bit at the end...
I really, really felt for him.

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zimmerman12 wrote:Anyone think that Joseph Gordon-Levitt's character was the heart of this film? I thought he nailed it as Blake. He overtook Bruce/Batman as the emotional core of TDKR IMO.
Levitt was good, but Alfred was the real emotional core for me. All his scenes with Bruce and
the funeral bit at the end...
I really, really felt for him.
When they showed him crying like that I was just like
No way he is dead this is just too much! lol

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I read someone who caught a very interesting detail during the Blackgate speech scene: when Blake says to Gordon they'll keep moving until they can get in front of cameras, he packs his things up in a black and blue bag.

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