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tweet_tweet's avatar


Genuinely average!
8 years ago
Biki's avatar


Cliché, cliché, cliché, and cliché. And cliché again. And a last one to finish.
6 years 6 months ago
Pike's avatar


Easily Nolan's worst film ever, the filmmaking craft on display here is staggeringly poor, abysmal even at times, especially considering this film's pricetag. Both script and editing look like first or second passes. Not one scene seems like a logical progression from the one before it.
5 years ago
jyusan's avatar


This one is just terrible.
4 years 5 months ago


I did not care for this flick. Easily the worst of the trilogy, and overall a bad film.
9 years 1 month ago
Rohit's avatar


Extremely average.
9 years 2 months ago
kaffy's avatar


I feel this film suffered from Nolan's insistence than all of his (not that talented) Inception buddies play seemingly every major role. I half-expected Ken Watanabe to make an appearance as the Penguin and Leo himself to be the Riddler or something equally rotten. Anne Hathaway continues to be the opposite of sexy, sultry, dangerous, or anything her role required, but should be congratulated for remembering all her lines.
7 years 6 months ago
backeby's avatar


Terribly overrated.
9 years 1 month ago
Nuked's avatar


But, did anyone else have some trouble understanding Bane when he spoke? It couldn't be just me, right?

I am pretty sure the sound mixer/designer would win a Razzie award for worst sound mixing, but I don't think they have technical awards. The sound throughout the entire movie was way too loud, it was a war on my ear drums, but Bane's voice in particular stood out as something out of hell. It was (of course) dubbed as it had to be with that mouth piece, but it was so out of wack with the rest of the sound levels in his scenes, it was terrible. Maybe it was meant as something like he has a commanding/demanding presence in his voice, but it was just laughable.
Of course his gypsy accent didn't help either (I'm not making a racist joke, that is actually how he has described it - the inspiration - himself. Fortunately, I had Danish subtitles to rely on for those scenes, but it was a dumb character feat.
9 years 2 months ago
BarryAllen's avatar


What a shitty, shitty Batman film. Take out the fact it's a Batman film... it's still a shitty film.
7 years 3 months ago
Zeltaebar's avatar


This is not a batman movie. He is just a small supporting character. The movie is really about Bruce Wayne, Bane, Blake, Selina and Gordon. I got the sense that Nolan is not really interested in Batman, he would rather make a complex modern day terrorist flick. Terrorism, corporate greed, anarchism and the economy all have their place in the sun here.

Nolan is a modern moviemaker with modern views and a modern agenda. Unfortunatly, it does not go so well together with the Batman character. It does however go very well together with the other side of Batman, Bruce Wayne, and all those other characters in the movie.

I guess this is Batman for a new generation and that there will be plenty of people growing up adoring this version of him, but to me there will always be only one Batman and one Gotham and that is Tim Burtons vision from 1989. This Gotham looks too much like New York or any other American big city. The dark, gothic, gritty production design of Tim Burtons masterpiece is replaced with generic big city movie landscapes.

And the action that should fuel the movie is largely missing. When it does occur it is cut fast and furious in that modern shaky-cam way that makes you wonder what the f**k is going on. I miss the days when action was clear, spectacular and impressive. And I didn't feel like I was watching MTV or a Pepsi commercial.

I also don't think that this is a movie that will connect with a younger audience the way Tim Burton's Batman did. This movie is clearly more attractive to "serious" adults. Unfortunatly, a lot of the fun has to go out the window when superhero movies become more cerebral.

Overall, I did enjoy the movie, it's quite good, but only seen as a complex, modern tale about corruption and terrorism, not as a fun popcorn flick about the caped crusader.
9 years ago
Henry K Hurtin's avatar

Henry K Hurtin

I left the theatre with a feeling of 'meh'. I was expecting so much more and I can't understand the praise the movie has generated since its debut.

'Dark Knight' totally blew my mind when I saw it for the first time (albeit mostly because of Ledger's performance).

DKR left a bitter taste in my mouth, I thought it had way more potential to be something epic...but it wasn't. At least not for me (or the people I went to see the movie with).
9 years 1 month ago
Jok3r's avatar


There are so many things that are completely wrong with this movie. Though many people around the world feel that The Dark Knight Rises is an epic conclusion to Nolan's Batman Saga, I personally find this flim to be Nolan's only worst movie till date.

TDKR has a weak plot filled with holes, an uninspiring presence of villains, a pathetic version of Batman and a catwoman who practically adds nothing to the movie except for intolerable existence. With TDKR, Christopher Nolan is officially no longer a visionary director instead, he has become a crafter of mainstream bullshit.

While it's predecessor is one of the best movies of all time, TDKR, in my opinion is a definite contender for the Razzie Awards. Christopher Nolan, if in the future, you somehow develop the ability to make a much stupider movie than TDKR then, you have my permission to die, along with the people who loved this trash of a film. [3/10]
9 years 1 month ago
topichtennis's avatar


Didn't meet my already lowered expectations. Bane felt more like a James Bond villain and not really a deep threat to Batman. Their rematch later in the film was lackluster. Nolan still can't direct action sequences.
9 years 2 months ago
dpanter's avatar


Too many inconsistencies in this mess for it to be brilliant, or even great. It was good, no more than that. You people giving it 10 out of 10 must be seriously starved of brilliant movies.
I could accept a 7 out of 10, perhaps.

Many details are lost in the rush to tell the story and in doing so, you are left wondering about many things. Like Banes crap voice, and the audio mix of it (his voice was SO F*CKING LOUD in my theater, no doubt thanks to the problems in the early mixes where people couldn't understand him). spoiler

They could have cut down another 30 minutes since there is so much irrelevant crap in here that isn't coherent in any way and just distracts from the movie.

At least we only had to suffer Tom Hardys fugly mug unobstructed for a few seconds.

Would I recommend this movie to anyone? I would tell them to watch Batman Begins, and if they really like it, I mean really really like it... then watch the two others. Otherwise, mjeh.
9 years 1 month ago

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