The Dark Knight Rises
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Here is some amazing geek movie poster art by Marie Bergeron. There is nothing cooler than an artist who puts their own stamp on the geeky movies and characters we all know and love. The Dark Knight Rises, Pulp Fiction, The Avengers, Looper, and Star Wars…I think she has all the
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This week Dan and Mal hold the fort while Gwen glams it up in the world of Television. We review in a big, bad, spoilerific fashion The Dark Knight Rises along with Wild Bill and [Rec] 3 Genesis. We also meditate on The Hobbit Trilogy, The K-Stew/R-Patzz affair and other
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Before heading into this Oscar-focused analysis of Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight Rises, I’d like to take some time to remember all lives directly affected by the tragedy in Aurora, Colorado, where James Holmes killed and injured people who attended a midnight screening of the film on its opening night.
The Dark Knight Rises is without a doubt the biggest movie of the year. While it “only” had the third biggest opening weekend in history, it’s 2D-only release means that it actually sold more tickets than the top 2. We here at Screen Invasion were excited for the flick and most
To offer commentary on The Dark Knight Rises is to go back to every part of the movie and discuss it. Therefore, I will say that this is not a review, but more a discussion of what works and what does not within the film, and contains MAJOR SPOILERS below.
THE DARK KNIGHT RISES is an amazing experience and a flawed movie, both spectacle of the highest order and a house of cards. It’s worthy of your time, attention and love, but it doesn’t rise to the transcendent heights of previous entries in the series.