With Warner Bros. releasing Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight Rises on Blu-Ray/DVD this week, the folks over at Screen Junkies have finally released their “Honest Trailer” for the movie. Take a look after the jump!
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Warner Brothers’ The Dark Knight Rises continues to reign over the box office for a third consecutive week as the superhero pic claimed another $36.4 million over the weekend, bringing its domestic tally to $354.6 million.Meanwhile, Sony’s Total Recall remake, starring Colin Farrell and Kate Beckinsale, came in at a distant second place with a soft $26 million opening.
Here is Nolan’s foreword for the recently released book, The Art and Making of The Dark Knight Trilogy, which offers quite the insight into the director’s mindset and level of commitment for the movies. Read on below and it’s ok if you shed a tear or two. We won’t tell anyone.
Warning: ALL the spoilers. Also politics.
The final chapter to Christopher Nolan’s Batman trilogy is finally here. Anticipation for a movie doesn’t get much higher than this, and I’m proud to say that the film has lived up to the expectations I had for it. The greatest movie ever? Not quite, but still a great and moving epic.
It’s finally here and given the built-up anticipation, dozens of thousands of die-hard moviegoers will already have seen The Dark Knight Rises by the time this post is published. For those of you lucky enough to already have seen the movie, time to sound off in the comments!
I come not to tar and feather The Joker, but to sing the hosanas of Ra’s al Ghul who, it seems to me, in the roaring wake of Heath Ledger’s mesmerizing turn as the flamboyantly deranged villain of The Dark Knight, has been seriously in lack of the proper love.
Another sign that we live in a decadent era of excess and buffoonery? Legions of fanboys took up to the internet to vent their overwhelming wrath because a few audacious film critics opinionated that The Dark Knight Rises may not the best movie ever seen on the face of this Earth. HOW DARE THEY?
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