Sam from tn

By dryspringlane
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.
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DARK KNIGHT RISES THE BEST

By ncaronn
Written December 27, 2014
First PRAYERS FOR THE VICTIMS IN AURORA CO we pray you are comforted! This is the BEST MOVIE EVER (as far as action) Action immediately did a decent job following the comic story. Tom Hardy to Bane was like Heath Ledger to the Joker (God rest his soul), Nolan did a great job and the possibility of Robin will be awesome just so long as its dark as well.
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Couldn't have been sny better!

By neshield
Written November 28, 2012
Christopher Nolan probably couldn't have ended his trilogy any better than with this film. No spoilers here just go see this masterpiece!
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Dark Knight has risen

By cpldunnmp
Written January 25, 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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Epic conclusion to a lengendary, standard-setting trilogy

By Rosarigasino1986
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."
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