By wolfwrath
Written November 30, 2014
HUGE fan of Batman and I did enjoy the first two Nolan movies but this one didnt do it for me. My only complaint of Bale as the Bat is the same as it has been through all three movies his voice as Batman is, to me, a distraction. Other than that he does very well in the role. Bane;s voice on the other hand REALLY bothered me. Aside from the Shaun Connery impression I could not understand a great deal of what he said...and I was in an IMAX theater with awesome sound. I didnt hate this movie but I think, as happens in Hollywood, they try to go so big and kinda of loose the story along the way. The reason the Averngers was so well done is they made a movie with a great appeal to non and casual comic fans but did the little things that connects with us comic nerds. Worth seeing but clearly the worst of the trilogy of Nolans...........oh and Batman was not in half the movie...I guess I just did not get it
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Stunning Last Chapter

By thateagleguy
Written April 28, 2015
In time people will see the Nolan crafted Batman trilogy in similar light of the original Star Wars trilogy. TDKR and Episode Six both are visually stunning and the loose ends are wrapped up masterfully. Sadly, neither are quite as great as the movies before them in their respective series. Yet, both are master works all the same.
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Dark Knight has risen

By cpldunnmp
Written October 06, 2015
Spectacular movie, definately greatest superhero movie of all time. Well written, acted and directed. After The Dark Knight I didn't know how Christopher Nolan could top it, but he did so on the grandest possible scale. You feel attached to the characters and Bruce Wayne/Batman show why he is the greatest of all the superheroes, it truly shows his heart and his drive to protect the people of his city at any cost and sacrifice. Go see this movie, you will not regret it and you will want to see it again immediately.
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Best movie of the summer

By deucefilms
Written October 23, 2014
Comparing villains or comparing scripts, between this movie and The Dark Knight, would be unfair. The Dark Knight was a genre-changing film. Despite a few minor flaws, this movie was still a highly-entertaining and exhilarating sequel. I'm already looking forward to seeing the movie again in theaters (ironically, the last movie I saw that I felt the same way about was The Dark Knight). Great flick!
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By jsoba2045
Written August 03, 2015
My favorite of the trilogy and I'm sad to see it end. Jason Gordon Levitt stood out, and the rest of the cast was amazing. The Knightfall saga is handled almost seamlessly. Go see it!
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