Wednesday, July 18, 2012

The Dark Knight Rises | Movie Review

"Deh-Shay Deh-Shay, Bah Sah Rah Bah Sah Rah. Deh-Shay Deh-Shay, Bah Sah Rah Bah Sah Rah. Deh-Shay Deh-Shay, Bah Sah Rah Bah Sah Rah! "

"The Batman has to come back." He has to. "He must."

After eight year exile? Will he? "Is he back?"

Yes! He returns and rises again! :)

No words. EPIC! Ultimate conclusion to the trilogy. If you ask me whether you should watch it or not, then be prepared to be buried. You can watch it as many times as you wish! This is one of the best films I have ever seen in my life till now and one of the best from the Legendary director, Christopher Nolan who has the capacity to deliver beyond your imaginations and expectations every single time. And also, one of the best Batman films and a trilogy of its kind for ages. There will not be a Batman movie and a trilogy like this ever again in any sense. It has everything: Story line, Editing, Direction, Action, Sound, Score, Visuals and what not! The dialogues are very much moving and believable. Films need not be full of action, multi-superhero cast with a pinch of comedy in order to entertain you. TDKR proves it. A true cinematic experience! :)

The Dark Knight Rises Poster

With this finale, Christopher Nolan has become the first director to complete a full trilogy of Batman films. And, Christian Bale the first live action actor to portray Batman/Bruce Wayne in three Batman films. At 165 minutes long, this is the longest Batman film released to date as well as the longest film that Christopher Nolan has ever directed!

Though all the three films were dark themed; this is a bit different from The Dark Knight which was based on fear, distrust and breaking-the-spirit thing. This one reminds you of the Batman Begins. The story reconnects the plot with Batman Begins introducing Ra's al Ghul's principles and the return of the Leauge of Shawdows to fulfill Ra's mission, with the help of Bane, to destroy Gotham in order to restore balance from injustice and the corrupt. Nolan very cleverly introduced new characters, Robin and Catwoman who very well suitably blended in. There were many climaxes and twists but the end was amazing.

When the lights go off you can shout. When there is darkness, you can anticipate. When he rolls, we clap. And the cops say they will catch The Dark Knight; what a joke! :D
His entry: You can feel the goosebumps! Thanks to Hans Zimmer, as the music is simply outstanding!
While Lucius Fox always has something new to give away every time, even without any unusual request. BTW, who the bloody hell calls The Bat, a rat! :D The name is pretty appropriate though, for, The Bat could fly. And, yes, forgot to add that now-a-days, everything comes in black. :D

His psychological and intellect style of direction is worth watching as he used the conventional method to shoot the film rather than opting for the digital format to make this the biggest blockbuster on screen. No doubts, it will break many records at box office. It has already outdone everything! Absolutely 11/10

But the question remains... Who is he? A symbol? An element of trust? A man with a cape? A hero? A watchman? A guardian? The Dark Knight? But as Gordon just says it over and over again...
He is The Batman! :)

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