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
The Dark Knight Rises is an ambitious, thoughtful, and potent action film that concludes Christopher Nolan's franchise in spectacular fashion.
This conceit feels somewhat stale this time around, but a fearsome turn by Hardy keeps the action taut and the film exciting.
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.
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...
Tagline: The Legend Ends
Genres: action, adventure
Categories: batman character, gotham, terrorist plot, self sacrifice, mysterious woman, anarchy, mercenary, action hero, terrorist, urban decay, neutron bomb, time bomb, bruce wayne character, die hard scenario, double cross, hand to hand combat, super villain
Editor: Lee Smith
Director of photography: Wally Pfister
Original music composer: Hans Zimmer
Costume design: Lindy Hemming
Runtime: 165 min
Country: UK, USA
Language: English, Arabic
Sound Mix: SDDS, Datasat, Dolby Digital, IMAX 6-Track, Dolby Atmos
Aspect Ratio: 2.39 : 1