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The Dark Knight Rises Review
The Dark Knight rises is the third and final film in the Batman trilogy that Christopher Nolan has brought to our screens. As the title suggests, it is a dark look into the world of Bruce Wayne, his alter ego and the crumbling, desolate and sinful city of Gotham.
What can I say? I have waited for this film for four years, ever since the credits started to roll at the end of The Dark Knight. With confidence I can tell you that even those who do not usually enjoy superhero films will not be able to tear their eyes away from the screens.
A star studded cast accompanied this brilliant movie. Christian Bale with his solid yet troubled appearance as the caped crusader. Joseph Gordon-Levitt as a young police officer, touched by the works of his childhood hero. Anne Hathaway as the sexy seductress, Catwoman. Tom Hardy as the obelisk of a creature, Bane. Along with an extremely moving performance from Michael Caine will ensure that you become engrossed and do in face, start to believe in the world of comic book heroes.
Although the film is long – just short of 3 hours – not a single moment could be described as dull. Almost all the way through there are perfectly directed action sequences with explosions here, there and pretty much everywhere.
The ending will bring shock to all faces in the cinema, no matter who you are. It is perfectly concealed within the mysteries that surround the darkness of Gotham.
This film will please any movie-goer. There is literally something for everyone here. I for one am genuinely gutted that this was the last film in the ‘Batman’ franchise that Nolan will deliver us.
Final verdict: The Dark Knight Rises is a must see and will go down as a classic, it is action packed and keeps you on the edge of your seat throughout. I certainly cannot wait to go see it again. 5 out of 5.
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