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Sunday, July 22, 2012

1003 - So I Saw Dark Knight Rises

Generally speaking, it's almost on par with the previous two films in Nolan's Bat trilogy. A near-three-hour movie might seem long, but there was never an instance where I felt like falling asleep and even the duller moments kept me interested in what was going on. Bale's Batman still sounds like crap, but Tom Hardy did a good job with Bane, who finally got a proper cinematic treatment compared to the character's butchering by Joel Shoemaker in Batman & Robin. And the movie's end (won't spoil it here) is a fitting, almost appropriate closure to the trilogy while leaving the door open for a possible return to that universe. Let's hope that doesn't happen.

So yeah. Rises was pretty damn good.

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