The 2012 grand-scale epic about Batman's struggle to overcome the terrorist leader Bane, as well as his own inner demons.
solo2001 wrote:Hustler wrote:I'm debating going to The Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn, Michigan for the midnight showing. By "debating," I mean I've already decided and it's now just a matter of convincing my girlfriend. It's 2 hours away, but it's the closest 70mm IMAX theater that isn't a dome, and the others are science centers that only show documentaries/educational films. I called to confirm that they would be screening it (I assumed they would since they had the prologue, which I missed out on) and to make sure the theater still uses a film projector and hasn't been converted to digital. I was told to check back around the first week of July to purchase tickets. I've never been to an IMAX theater and would love my first experience to be The Dark Knight Rises. Are any of you familiar with that theater (how nice is it, when should I plan on arriving, etc)? More generally, how is the IMAX experience?
cheeseparty67 wrote:Apparently AMC is doing a trilogy marathon for the premiere. Not sure if want. I'd be afraid I'd just get exhausted by the time TDKR even starts and wouldn't enjoy it as much.
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