Written July 21, 2012
You come into the movie expecting the be entertained, something expected from Nolan's Dark Knight interpretations. What you actually get is an awe-inspiring experience that keeps you guessing all the way to the end, with the beautiful, sometimes haunting cinematography trademark of Christopher Nolan films and a story with as enough twists and turns to keep you entertained the whole 205 minutes of run time. The script has equal parts action and human emotion. The viewer sees, for the first time, the heart, soul and spirit of Gotham's citizens and leaves the audience with a sense of fulfillment, completion and closure. If you are a true fan of this trilogy, you owe it to yourself to see the conclusion to this legend they call, "The Dark Knight."
Written January 30, 2015
This movie was everything I expected and more. Christian Bale is Batman! I love him in this role he's the best Batman I've ever seen. The movie was well cast Bane was exactly how I remember from the cartoons. Anne did a good job as catwoman as well. I couldn't really see her in the role initially but she surprised me. I figured out Robin's identity and I love that he was brought in. I know this is the last movie but I can't help but hope for more! The movie is a bit long but I didn't lose interest. It's a must see!
Written July 21, 2012
I would definately recommend seeing this movie in IMAX. To see the whole film, with the quality and sound of IMAX, you wont be disappointed. This movie has a few surprises, Great fight scenes, and at the end, will leave you wanting more. Half the people in the theatre didnt want to leave when the movie ended. Everyone wanted more. Has a superb cast. Thought they all did an amazing Job. jjGo see it in IMAX
Written November 26, 2014
The movie was awesome! and do recommend everyone to go see it in theaters, the experience is never the same as you home big screen TV. Also, the IMAX experience is out of this world! I would have not seen the movie any other way than IMAX.
Written December 29, 2014
I thought the TDKR was a satisfying conclusion to the Nolan trilogy. While it was long, like its predecessor, I thought the transitions from scene to scene flowed much better and not nearly as clunky. The cast, though I concede Ms. Coitilard was under-utilized, was very good in their respective roles. The technical crew, the DP, editors, FX, alll did fine work.
The story, without spoilers, was reasonably involuted for a summer blockbuster, and Nolan
is to be commended for trying not to make "mindless" entertainment for the masses.
Quick--name the nineteenth century novel quoted at the end by Alfred Pennyworth.
(I 'm stating this because one wag last time out averred Mr. Nolan aspired to the standard of Michael Bay than Michael Mann.)
That said, I thought the fight sequences were finallly (!) fluent and better choreographed.
(In my mispent youth, the comics never had anyone land a punch with "kaboom" but "KABOOM") .
Despite minor cavills, see this movie.