The Dark Knight Rises

The Dark Knight Rises

  • PG-13
  • 2012
  • 165 min
  • UK, USA
  • action, adventure
8/10

Bane, an imposing terrorist, attacks Gotham City and disrupts its eight-year-long period of peace. This forces Bruce Wayne to come out of hiding and don the cape and cowl of Batman again.

Director: Christopher Nolan

Screenwriters: Jonathan Nolan, Christopher Nolan

Stars: Christian Bale, Michael Caine, Gary Oldman

The Dark Knight Rises is an ambitious, thoughtful, and potent action film that concludes Christopher Nolan's franchise in spectacular fashion.

Director


  • Christopher Nolan
    Christopher Nolan

    Christopher Jonathan James Nolan (born July 30, 1970) is a British/American film director, screenwriter and producer. He is known for writing and directing such critically acclaimed films as Memento (2000), Insomnia (2002),

Main Cast


Crew


Producer: Christopher Nolan, Charles Roven, Emma Thomas

Editor: Lee Smith

Casting: John Papsidera, Toby Whale

Director Of Photography: Wally Pfister

Original Music Composer: Hans Zimmer

Costume Design: Lindy Hemming

Executive Producer: Kevin De La Noy, Benjamin Melniker, Thomas Tull, Michael Uslan

Production Design: Nathan Crowley, Kevin Kavanaugh

Details


Year: 2012

Runtime: 165 min

Country: UK, USA

Language: English, Arabic

Color: Color

Aspect Ratio: 2.39 : 1

Sound Mix: SDDS, Datasat, Dolby Digital, IMAX 6-Track, Dolby Atmos

Also Known As


  • Il cavaliere oscuro - Il ritorno (IT)
  • El caballero oscuro: La leyenda renace (ES)
  • O Cavaleiro das Trevas Renasce (PT)

Reviews


  • David Harris (Spectrum Culture)

    This conceit feels somewhat stale this time around, but a fearsome turn by Hardy keeps the action taut and the film exciting.

  • Lisa Kennedy (Dever Post)

    The director and cowriter/brother Jonathan Nolan pay heed to Wayne's wounded emotional arc. And the film is a feat of painstakingly crafted closure.

  • Anthony Lane (New Yorker)

    The story is dense, overlong, and studded with references that will make sense only to those intimate with Nolan's previous excursions into Batmanhood. Full Review ...