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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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In the end, I'd like to think that Alfred
found out about Bruce being alive WAY before the final cafe scene. In fact, since he inherited Bruce's money, I can see Alfred being nearby if Bruce needs him--and to pay the bills. "Where to this month Master Wayne? Switzerland? Monte Carlo? How much will you need. And Miss Kyle, please try to avoid the casinos, if at all possible."
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JMan wrote:In the end, I'd like to think that Alfred
found out about Bruce being alive WAY before the final cafe scene. In fact, since he inherited Bruce's money, I can see Alfred being nearby if Bruce needs him--and to pay the bills. "Where to this month Master Wayne? Switzerland? Monte Carlo? How much will you need. And Miss Kyle, please try to stay away from the casinos, if you can." I
That's what I'd like to think too.

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By the way, when do you think Batman
jumped out of the Bat? It better have been far enough before the explosion to avoid radiation burns. I mean, I know he gets out in time, but Nolan doesn't put a lot of time between the last shot of Bruce in the cockpit and the final kaboom.

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Thought I'd mention that the theater I was end had everybody clapping at the end.. including me:-)

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The premiere in Europe is next week so we have to sit and wait in anticipation. I try to avoid as many spoilerish stuff I can. Could someone please answer me in non-spoilerish way to these question?

1. What is the style of fighting? Brutal and rough, as it was described?
2. Is the Batman beatdown scene crafted as 'epic' scene?
3. Are there any 'detective aspects' or scenes, like in BB & TDK?
4. Is Bane a true horror monster, like Emma & Chris talked in interview?
5. Should I look for cross-cutting stuff, like interrogation/Rachel/Dent rescue scene from TDK?
6. Any small but unexpected comics cameo, during prison break or somewhere else?

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dmcn307 wrote:
JMan wrote:In the end, I'd like to think that Alfred
found out about Bruce being alive WAY before the final cafe scene. In fact, since he inherited Bruce's money, I can see Alfred being nearby if Bruce needs him--and to pay the bills. "Where to this month Master Wayne? Switzerland? Monte Carlo? How much will you need. And Miss Kyle, please try to stay away from the casinos, if you can." I
That's what I'd like to think too.
Yeah, it would be so cool. That's how I will think about the last scene every time I watch TDKR--which I think will be a lot, more than TDK.

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kor wrote:The premiere in Europe is next week so we have to sit and wait in anticipation. I try to avoid as many spoilerish stuff I can. Could someone please answer me in non-spoilerish way to these question?

1. What is the style of fighting? Brutal and rough, as it was described?
2. Is the Batman beatdown scene crafted as 'epic' scene?
3. Are there any 'detective aspects' or scenes, like in BB & TDK?
4. Is Bane a true horror monster, like Emma & Chris talked in interview?
5. Should I look for cross-cutting stuff, like interrogation/Rachel/Dent rescue scene from TDK?
6. Any small but unexpected comics cameo, during prison break or somewhere else?

1-Brutal, methodical, not a wasted movement.
2-Yes
3-Not really
4-IMO, yes, think Jason mixed with Freddy a bit.
5-I don't think so.
6-
Well, Crane appears

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This was one of my favorite scenes from the movie:
Batman reveals to Gordon his true identity. That and when Alfred was at Bruce's grave. How could anyone not cry at that?

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What a movie! Mind officially blown. :clap: :clap: :clap:

How was the audience demographics at wherever you saw? The theatre where I watched with my brother had a capacity of 225, out of which only 5 were girls [me included]. Full house, lots of applause during the movie and a standing ovation at the end. :twothumbsup:
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I can't say much right now.. no words come to mind what movie I just saw. I honestly avoided reviews and thought the word "emotional" was just being thrown around just because it's the last film but wow.. Completely speechless. Thank you Chris Nolan :goNF:

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