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pretty good

By parksh69
Written September 10, 2012
Finally saw the movie after hearing all the hype. I thought it was pretty good. A bit too long, so I almost fell asleep in the middle though.
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Why so serious?! :i

By ryster
Written August 09, 2012
I had high expectations going to see "The Dark Knight Rises" and I was trying my best not to judge it by the long remaining time of the film. It kept my interest but it did drag and thought the film was too long. Not the best in the series. I still think "Batman Begins" is the better film out of the three. The acting was great but I think cat woman was not well cast. Christian Bale is one of the better Batman's. These films are to serious and not for the whole family. They need to bring the level down a lot more. I did see it in the IMAX and I thought that is the way to see the film. Overall I thought the movie was overrated.
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Must See for true fans

By andy_123
Written July 23, 2012
The movie has kept true to the spirit of the Batman Trilogy series i.e. the theme and all. For true Batman fans, this movie will definite;y appeal. For others, it is better to watch the first 2 flicks and then watch this in the hall. However, the movie is no doubt well executed. The villain is excellent but not as good as the Joker was.
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Dark Knight

By catdawg
Written July 27, 2012
Too long at 2hr & 45 mins! and what is with Batman voice? the bad guy is right out of "Road Warrior"--Why? plot same old same old. Besides the very cool BM plane..and Ann H. as Cat Woman...she come off way too hard for her own good....I'm NOT sitting on my seat for this one.
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Excellent end to the trilogy

By libertinejvb
Written July 23, 2012
Greatly enjoyed the film. There are a few flaws but these are beautifully overshadowed by a good plot, great actors and a well-deserved end to the Dark Knight trilogy. I most liked Gary Oldman, Morgan Freeman, Marion Cotillard and Joseph Gordon-Levitt in their roles.
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