The Dark Knight Rises 
Had the character Robin been included in this film, Christian Bale said he would have refused to star in it. Sorry Chris O’Donnell!
Film #062 of 2013
Director: Christopher Nolan Cast: Christian Bale [Batman], Gary Oldman [Gordon] & Tom Hardy [Bane]
Plot: Eight years on, a new evil rises from where the Batman and Commissioner Gordon tried to bury it, causing the Batman to resurface and fight to protect Gotham City…the very city which brands him an enemy. Source IMDB.com
Hipster Review: The Dark Knight Rises, the blockbuster finale to the most cultivated superhero trilogy of all time does not disappoint in the least…Christopher Nolan has accomplished cinematic miracles with the Batman franchise by getting the most out of his talented cast and producing some of the darkest villains to ever appear on screen. Re-watched March 2nd, 2013.
“Calm down, Doctor! Now’s not the time for fear. That comes later.” Bane
- The soft purr of Anne Hathaway
- Banes mask, voice and all around mental and physical prowess is quite intimidating
- The Tumbler (a hybrid Humvee & Lamborghini) and the Bat-pod driven by Selena & Batman
- Christian Bale proves he’s the best to ever put on the Vigilante suit
- The Football Stadium
Biggest Surprise: Inception’s reunited cast of Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Tom Hardy, Marion Cotillard and Michael Caine.
Biggest Let Down: Not available in 3D, but that may be a positive thing.
Does the guy get the hot girl in the end? Who Batgirl? He wishes.
Worth a Blu-ray purchase? Already purchased and viewed it three times, it’s bat’ilicious.
Similar to: The Dark Knight , Batman Begins .
What Tweeters are saying:
Robin Williams almost played Hugo Strange in The Dark Knight Rises.—
Superhero Facts™ (@HeroesFacts) February 24, 2013
Thanks for stopping by. Until next my fellow vigilantes, Chris
Posted on March 12, 2013, in 2012, Movies watched in 2013 and tagged Anne Hathaway, Christian Bale, Christopher Nolan, Filmhipster, Gary Oldman, Movie, Movie Reviews, Movies, Review, Reviews, The Dark Knight Rises, Tom Hardy. Bookmark the permalink. 77 Comments.