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Third best of the Dark Knight series

By spydman
Written July 20, 2012
There was just something missing. The 1st hour just drug on. 2nd half of the movie was pretty good....I didn't get shot, so overall I would rate it a good night at the movies.
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Poor communication on the part of Regal Cinemas staff (Red Rock at Chaleston Blvd)

By sbenezet
Written July 21, 2012
When I got in there was already a long line in progress. The line was for the midnight premier of The Dark Knight Rises, however half of us in that line thought we were still waiting to be let into the Batman movie marathon. We didn't know the auditoriums were already open and seats were already filling up. It was left up to the individuals in line to figure out for themselves that they were in line for the wrong event. I still got a reasonably good seat, but only because I was there by myself as usually seems to be the case.
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Great Movies! Lousy Intermission!

By Mediatalker
Written July 20, 2012
I saw the Dark Knight marathon at the Orlando Waterford lakes theatre. It was busy, but, not too crazy busy. THe only low point was the first intermission. I group of 3 went to the restroom (waited in line), went and got snacks (waited in longer line) and then went back to our seats the crowd continued to trickle in for abourt 5 minutes, but, after that we were all ready for the movie. Unfortunately, we all had to seat and wait another 20 minutes. Whatever the intermission was, it was too long.
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Awesome

By lolwecsan
Written July 20, 2012
The marathon was a great Idea and I would do it again if Regal does a similar marathon before other midnight premieres. the movies were really good too.
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Very Well Done

By samtheviking
Written July 22, 2012
On the whole, for me I'd say The Dark Knight Rises is the least of the trilogy. That said, I really enjoyed it, I just *really* loved the other two and didn't think it quite measured up, but everyone else I went with thought it was at least on par with the other two. Part of it could be that I never cared for the largely one-dimensional Bane, but at least he got more depth than he did in the comic. I definitely recommend this to anyone who liked the first two, and I really enjoyed how they ended it. Seeing the other two right before it made for a very memorable night!
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