Written May 05, 2015
For most of the movie I felt the story was too different from the original knightfall (batman vs Bain comics). With no Azriel and no Robin it was clear to me that the writers were pulling their ideas from thin air. However, just before the end as the plot came together I realized that I had been deceived and that this reaction must have been the writer's intention the whole time. I will won't tell you what happens but I will tell you this, if you are a true fan than you already know because every character in this movie has an origin and the writers stay true to that aspect for both batman and his villains. Before I saw this film being the fan that I am I already had an opinion of how this movie should go and although I was surprised by the out come I had already predicted I was still quite pleased. With that said it was a bit too long and the fighting was kind of dumb. Also, they had batman doing things I thought were out of charictor like an excessive use of gasoline on a bridge.
Written February 27, 2015
For a movie that is over 2.5 hours long, it goes pretty quick. Not the best of the trilogy, but absolutely worth seeing, especially in IMAX. There are some surprising twists but I feel most of the "shock and awe" was lost in the trailer.
Written July 21, 2012
Christopher Nolan filmed a majority of the film in IMAX, so it's definitely worth seeing in an IMAX theater. I won't post anything about the plot, except that you need to see it ASAP to avoid anybody else spoiling it for you, including new, longer trailers. I loved all 165 minutes of it. GO GO GO, NOW!
Written July 30, 2012
The movie was one of the best I have seen in awhile. It was so well written and put together. Cat woman was better than previous ones. Bane was such a great character. I have seen it twice now. Every thing just fell into place and showing previous pieces from the other dark knight movies was great. It is a 10 on my scale.
Written July 23, 2012
Great story line, well written & acted, with the exception of Matthew Modine. Nolan's gritty realism makes it easy to be swept along.
looking forward to the extended cut Blu-ray.