The Dark Knight Rises - Movie Review by Chris Stuckmann





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Published on Jul 19, 2012

Chris Stuckmann reviews The Dark Knight Rises, starring Christian Bale, Anne Hathaway, Tom Hardy, Marion Cotillard, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Michael Caine, Gary Oldman and Morgan Freeman. Directed by Christopher Nolan.

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Lord Cat Vader
Batman (1989) A+ Batman Returns A Batman Forever F Batman & Robin Z- Batman Begins A+ The Dark Knight 1000A++++ The Dark Knight Rises A+
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Sam Carrico
Dark Knight Rises is like the Return of the Jedi of the Nolan Batman trilogy. Not as good as the first two (to some) but still a really fucking solid film.
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Rick Dinson
Batman: A Batman Returns: B- Batman Forever: D Batman and Robin: E Batman Begins: A- The Dark Knight: A+ The Dark Knight Rises: A
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Rodrigo Bertini
Batman - 8/10 Batman Returns - 6/10 Batman Forever - 4/10 Batman & Robin - 1/10 Batman Begins - 10/10 The Dark Knight - 10/10 The Dark Knight Rises - 10/10
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It's hilarious how many people trash this film for the hell of it. Definitely an A+. The greatest comic book movie trilogy without a doubt. This movie (as time goes on) will be remembered as one of the greatest Batman stories ever told. If you love the character of Bruce Wayne, this will be one of the only times you will ever see him get a happy ending. Nolan gave the true Batman fans a movie that finally gave the Dark Knight the ending he not only deserved, but the ending he earned. The trilogy as a whole gave us one of the greatest story arcs that I have ever seen. 
Tempest Storm
Batman B+ Batman Forever D+ Batman Forever D Batman and Robin F Batman Begins A+ The Dark Knight A+ The Dark Knight Rises A+
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Dignora Gonzalez
I loved how the tone of the film really made you feel like Gotham was missing something or someone, Batman. The tone did portray Gotham to be very bland and dull which I liked alot. I hated how people didn't care for Batman's hiatus. It did seem like Comissioner Gordon hated to be one of the few who knew the truth, he literally looked miserable because of it. One of the final scenes if not the final scene of The Dark Knight, in which Batman tells Gordon to tell the people to blame Batman for Harvey's death is so profound, because it really shows how Batman is pure at heart and deeply cares for his people and doesn't want them to lose hope and believe that there's no good person in the world. Just like the other two films, especially The Dark Knight, everything about this film is perfect. It does correlate with some of the elements in Batman Begins. Regarding Bane, I feel like he reminds Batman of how close he was to the end when The Joker was the villain and that he could once again be there. Ultimately, He does return to that low point and even lower actually. ALso, they did so much better with Bane as a character than in Batman&Robin. In that movie, they made him such a mindless character who just followed Poison Ivy around, being evil for no reason! Tom Hardy was perfect as Bane. He did almost always begin or ended with a question which just scared me even more. The physicality is amazing! Joseph Gordon Levitt was awesome and so genuine. You really believed him having all the same moral aspects and goals that Batman had before going away and becoming broken. I viewed him as a younger version of Comissioner Gordon with his personality/mentality as well as Batman's personality/mentality. Michael Caine is my favorite Alfred(Batman's Batman) and Morgan Freeman is always exceptionally great. Also, Marion Cotillard blew me away here, which shouldn't be shocking, because she's perfect in everything she does!!! I love her. If I were an actress, she would be everything I would aspire to be. I think both The Dark Knight and The Dark Knight Rises are emotionally filled with so much depth. The trilogy is one of the best! Not to offend, but I would choose this trilogy over The Avengers anytime. Though, I also love The Avengers.
Hassan Kamel
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The first 2 - "Batman Begins" and especially "The Dark Knight" are A+ films in my mind. "The Dark Knight Rises" is an A.
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Joe Harris
Batman Begins: A The Dark Knight: A+ The Dark Knight Rises: A+ BvS: C+
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