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THE DARK KNIGHT RISES (2012): IMAX TV Spot, Photos, Early Reviews

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The Dark Knight Rises TV Spot, Photo, ReviewsThe Dark Knight Rises (2012) IMAX TV spot, movie photo, early critics reviews are for the third and final Christopher Nolan Batman film. The best aspect of the new is hearing Bane (Tom Hardy)’s intention to destroy Gotham City. This The Dark Knight Rises TV spot shows footage from both The Dark Knight Rises (2012): Prologue, 6-Minute Opening Scene and The Dark Knight Rises (2012): MTV Movie Awards Video Footage.

We previously posted The Dark Knight Rises (2012) International TV Spot 2The Dark Knight Rises (2012) TV Spot 9The Dark Knight Rises (2012) TV Spot 8The Dark Knight Rises: TV Spot 7, Fire Rises Game, Trilogy Poster, and The Dark Knight Rises (2012): TV Spot 4, Trilogy Poster, Fourth Film.

The Dark Knight Rises photos: 

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 Christian Bale The Dark Knight Rises

Christian Bale The Dark Knight Rises

The early critics’ reviews / reactions via Twitter and other sources after watching The Dark Knight Rises:

Based on the first reactions to The Dark Knight Rises we can expect a truly spectacular third and final film in the Batman series from Christopher Nolan. Also you might be surprised to hear about elements in the film being controversial, while other scenes are so heavy they brought some to tears.





Tom McAuliffe – “9 out of 10 for me. I’d put Amazing Spider-Man at a 7.5 and Avengers at an 8.5”


In reaction to who had the best moments – TomMcAuliffe – “Bane for sure.”

“The trilogy is greater than the sum of its parts, and for me the 3rd was the very best part of the whole story. Dark knight is a classic in its own right – it stands alone, but in this trilogy, and as a closer, this film exceeds. It’s an ending that presents opportunity for thought for sure. Risky/tough story well told, brilliantly acted, great cinematography, awesome score.”

“To your original question – there are things I criticize in every film, but this one measures high on many measures. There will be some surprises but not big ones, the beauty of the film is how well it tells the story. Tom Hardy was incredible as Bane, the storyline was fantastic. I think the Joker is far more iconic than Bane, with more memorable quotes, but this story was great, including Bane’s origin. Godfather 3 never happened. Xmen 3 & Spider-Man 3 were awful, this film was the perfect final chapter in the trilogy.”


As far as audience reaction, there were only 40-50 ppl in attendance (mostly critics), but there was applause and I leaned over and shook Michael Uslan’s hand and congratulated him when his name appeared in the credits. I, myself, cried twice…once out of sadness and once out of pure geeky uncontrollable happiness. – DKRSHH



Earlier The Dark Knight Rises reviews from Google+  (they might contain spoilers):

I’m almost afraid to post this after KOF’s reactions, but i just got out of an exhibitor screening in Dallas of TDKR. It was absolutely incredible. Better than TDK in almost all ways. Whoever gave this a 9/10 is being too harsh. If this isn’t a 10, then a 10 does not exist.

Let me start with the story. The story is tied in perfectly to the other two films and I do believe this is a perfect trilogy. Quite a bit of the speculation on these boards is very close to the truth, but there are many aspects of the story that have not been speculated about. Expect a few good surprises.

The performances of the actors are magnificent. I can’t decide if Anne Hathaway, JGL, Hardy, or Bale give the best performance. Anne Hathaway flirts the line between sexy and vicious very well. She is a bad broad. She captures the ambiguity of her character very well and looks sexy as hell in her get-up. JGL is basically the heart of Gotham during the film. He is a young cop who quickly earns the respect of Gordon during this time. His character is VERY important to the story. Bale gives his best Batman performance yet. The voice is perfect the entire time and you see him go through several
changes as a person in this film. Hardy is a bad bad dude. His performance is truly brillaint when you consider the obstacles of the mask. There are a few takes that the audio seems a little off from his expressions but all in all, he is great. The emotion he shows with his eyes, particularly towards the end is really something.

The score, cinematography, and editing are top notch. I unfortunately did not watch this in the best of theaters and that may have taken away from some of the brilliance of it. I can’t wait to watch it again in IMAX, because there are several scenes that were obviously paired down for the smaller screen.

Rest easy everyone, Chris Nolan has outdone himself and has created a masterpiece. This may go down as one of the best movies ever. Certainly in my top 10 for best movies I’ve ever seen. If this does not break the mold and win Best Picture, no comic book movie ever will.

– Geoff Boucher
“The third movie, especially, has the calibrated plot gears and satisfying story clicks that made ‘The Prestige’ and ‘Memento’ multiple-viewing material for disciples of the director’s film. The third act of the third film delivers a series of jolting twists and jarring turns and an exclamation point climax. Nolan’s finale takes Batman and his on-screen mythology to a place it has never been before.”

The Dark Knight Rises‘ plot synopsis: “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 everything for what he and Commissioner Gordon both hoped was the greater good. For a time the lie worked, as criminal activity in Gotham City was crushed under the weight of the anti-crime Dent Act.

But everything will change with the arrival of a cunning cat burglar with a mysterious agenda. Far more dangerous, however, is the emergence of Bane, a masked terrorist whose ruthless plans for Gotham drive Bruce out of his self-imposed exile. But even if he dons the cape and cowl again, Batman may be no match for Bane.

The Dark Knight Rises‘ cast includes Tom Hardy, Anne Hathaway, Christian Bale, Morgan FreemanMarion CotillardMichael CaineJoseph Gordon-Levitt, Josh Stewart, Daniel Sunjata, Burn Gorman, Diego Klattenhoff, Josh Pence, Matthew Modine, Tom Conti, Joey King, Alon Aboutboul, Nestor Carbonell, Brett Cullen, and Juno Temple.

Watch The Dark Knight Rises international IMAX TV spot and leave your thoughts on it below in the comments section. For more The Dark Knight Rises photos, videos, and information, visit our Batman Page, subscribe to us by Email, follow us on Twitter or on FacebookThe Dark Knight Rises opens in US theaters through Warner Bros. Pictures on July 20, 2012.

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