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July 20, 2012
PG-13 , 2 hr 45 min
18,857 Fan Ratings
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Synopsis: Batman (Christian Bale) faces a masked villain named Bane.
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By Todd McCarthy
Makes everything in the rival Marvel universe look thoroughly silly and childish. Entirely enveloping and at times unnerving in a relevant...
By Peter Travers
The sheer scope of Nolan's vision – with emotion and spectacle thundering across the screen – is staggering. The Dark Knight Rises is the...
By Ty Burr
Nolan brings his Batman trilogy to a close with a majestic, almost completely satisfying crash. Everything feels epic about the film: the...
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By Joe Morgenstern
It's spectacular, to be sure, but also remarkable for its all-encompassing gloom. No movie has ever administered more punishment, to its...
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By Joe Neumaier
While director Christopher Nolan and star Christian Bale's epic of criminality and all-consuming conviction ultimately falls a bit short -...
By Michelle Orange
The Dark Knight aspires to the epic and reaches it on a number of impressive and less impressive levels. That it is a frequently,...
By Steven Rea
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By Mick LaSalle
Moments are stretched. Every recollection must be illustrated by a flashback. Character motivations shift on a dime, and if you understand...
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This is the correct answer: Rate 88% Creative villain and interesting movie
The reason why I put in GO, because first off the villain (Bane) in the movie was great. The movie had lots of action which was great. I took my friends & cousins to see it and they all thought it was...
Brings a A- for me
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Rated PG-13 | For Intense Sequences of Violence, Intense Sequences of Action, Language and Some Sensuality
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Common Sense Media says Pause for kids 14 & under
Bale's final Batman is as gritty and dark as the first two.
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