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January 14, 2013
Worst movie I have se in a long while, There is onl2 parts to this fim that were worth watchin andother thn that this movie takes forever to build up in which during this you lose track on what it was building up to. I prefr the other 2 ovie previous and this is no worth the rent or buy.
January 04, 2013
If you haven't seen this your missing out on another awesome batman movie. Worth a watch and a buy.
December 28, 2012
As Most movies there s plenty of Action. But as an Artist, the movie was not accurate. Bane had way more of a part way to involved for this Movie. As an Colector of Comics a well for nealy 30 years I know the Actual History of Bane and Batman. The Movie had some good points but more bad than good.SORRY but the Movie ended badly.Simply because Selena Kyle is a Great Thief. The Chase would have
December 23, 2012
I think this was better than the Avengers and Spiderman. I would say this was the best super hero movie of 2012.
December 07, 2012
Christopher Nolan's Best batman Movie ever ! A well-written magnificent crafted movie with a surprise twist at the end!
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The Globe and Mail (Toronto)
It's not only packed with high-toned classical and contemporary cultural allusions, but manages to wear its popcorn inspirations on its sleeve. Full Review
Most important, does The Dark Knight Rises achieve the impossible, which is to bring a cherished cinematic chapter to a close, yet manage to leave fans feeling not desolate but cheered? To that all-important question, the answer is an unequivocal yes. Full Review
While it's the most ambitious of the three films, it's not as mesmerizing as 2008's "The Dark Knight." The plot is occasionally murky, its archvillain lacks charismatic menace, and the last hour is belabored. Full Review
The Dark Knight Rises ultimately justifies its length (in fact, a good argument could be made for a longer cut) and the last 45 minutes is nothing short of spectacular. From the point where the narrative takes a leap of faith, it never lets up. Full Review
Wall Street Journal
It's spectacular, to be sure, but also remarkable for its all-encompassing gloom. No movie has ever administered more punishment, to its hero or its audience, in the name of mainstream entertainment. Full Review