The Dark Knight (film) - Wikipedia.
It has been eight years since Batman vanished into the night, turning, in that instant, from hero to fugitive. Assuming the blame for the death of D.A. Harvey Dent, the Dark Knight sacrificed.
Ten years on, and The Dark Knight is still the benchmark; the superhero movie directors are desperate to live up to or rebel against. It changed the game back in 2008. Plagued by paranoia and.
But here in Episode 190, your hosts bring you a Considering the Sequels-style review of the entire Christopher Nolan Dark Knight trilogy, namely, Batman Begins (2005) and The Dark Knight (2008) and The Dark Knight Rises (2012). We also bring you new 2016 Feature Reviews of Money Monster and The Darkness and Sing Street.
No it doesn't particularly and, sure enough, it hasn't got any. I think it's fair enough when you look at many of the films that were nominated. I enjoyed TDKR, but it wasn't one of the year's stand-out films by a long shot. answer to Why didn't.
If in his last Batman movie, director Christopher Nolan took comic-book heroics into territory more akin to a Martin Scorsese gangster movie, the conclusion of his trilogy, “The Dark Knight Rises” not only keeps that sense of urban noir but adds the pulse-pounding action and battlefield strategies of a war movie, say Ridley Scott’s “Black Hawk Down.”.
This is what the dark knight is going to have rise from in the next movie. After what feels like ten straight years of rumors and speculation (in actuality, only about two and a half,) THE DARK.
The Dark Knight Rises is every bit as good as the critics are saying and then some.. 'Spectacular', 'brilliant', 'thrilling'. the superlatives keep coming in thick and fast with no sign of stopping.