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Superhero myths have never been as close to the real world as in The Dark Knight rise.
This is consistent with the writer's bold philosophy --
Director Christopher Nolan's Batman trilogy is now complete.
Batman has no mutant/Alien/supernatural
Nolan abandoned popular phrases, camper villains and black people --and-
The white moral landscape is a coin for superheroes, especially Batman.
Even at the most outrageous times, the possibility of real politics often arises here, making the film different from all the other superhero movies and summer blockbusters.
In this spirit, we find that our hero is the shadow of his past.
In Wayne Manor, he was disabled and lived a life of seclusion, which amazed Alfred, his faithful servant (Michael Caine).
Wayne has been living on himself.
Eight years since the end of 2008 films, The Dark Knight, was exiled.
After Batman was blamed for the death of crazy local prosecutor Harvey Dent, Gotham City cleared itself with the help of some tough laws enacted in Dent's memory, due to lax attitude towards due process, criminals were successfully locked in.
As Batman is now wanted, the black rubber bat suit has been sealed, and Wayne is still mourning for the dear late Rachel daos in any case.
Another example of Nolan insisting on putting Batman down to earth: there is a Catwoman character in The Dark Knight rise, but she doesn't use a whip, she never wrote a pun on the word purr, in fact, she has never been called a cat girl.
She's Selina Kyle. Anne Hathaway)
A particularly cunning cat thief took the pearl necklace of Bruce Wayne's mother and then warned the man who had dissipated --per-
The center of the coming class war: "The storm is coming, SirWayne.
You and your friends had better take the hatch down, because when the hatch is hit, you will want to know how you think you can live so big, and the rest of us.
"This storm is largely reflected in the powerful Bain (Tom Hardy)
He is a fierce terrorist who is determined to destroy Batman's city of Gotham.
Bane recruited the underground exiles of Gotham City and his own private army, launched an attack from inside Gotham City, cutting off the city's ties with the rest of the country
Expected technology for cities.
There were other important figures in Gotham's class struggle, including Miranda Tate (
A selfless businesswoman who had hopes for Wayne's salvation, the idealistic policeman John Black (Joseph Gordon-Levitt)
A resourceful crime.
Fighting with his rights, he is aligned with Commissioner Gordon who is in trouble (Gary Oldman). Nolan co-
Work with his brother Jonathan Nolan and David S to film the script for the film.
Goyer therefore felt guilty about the backward middle part, detailing Gotham's conquest and not seeing Batman.
But in the exciting last scene, everything was forgiven.
Nolan was content with his taste for the big action set, but all of this was built into a world of intricacies that was filled with fierce loyalty and more intense hostility.
Give credit to the actor.
Hathaway is loyal to the inner anger of her character, shaping the cat woman into a complex counter
The heroine fights her own demons instead of a master running away.
In the same way, Hardy brought terrible bones.
A villain's Crusher, but even with the carefully crafted steam
Punk mask, he used a trick to paint a monster that was created, not a monster that was born.
Finally, Bell did his best in the role.
For a long time in the film, the actor was stripped of the bat hood, and he took full advantage of the opportunity to play the human nature behind the myth, in line with Nolan's admirable success, nolan depicts the disturbing reality under the comic myth. randall. king@freepress. mb.
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In the end, their Batman trilogy ended with a perfect combination of courage and glory. —
New York Daily News reporter Joe NewmanNolan]
"The rise of the Dark Knight" made a completely satisfying film, one immersed in the self
Contains the hard myth of reward-
Core fans, while giving an exciting audience with less investment, cleverly performed popcorn entertainment. —
The Washington Post's Ann hornada is a successful sequel that meets ridiculously high expectations from fan culture and savvy marketing.
In the end, Nolan's Dark Knight finally appeared. —
Brad Wheeler, The Globe and The Meilan epicsome send-
It's safe for a character and a franchise to make the superhero serious. —
Rafer Guzman, NewsdayChristopher Nolan's drama and emotionally satisfying packaging-
The Dark Knight trilogy cleverly avoids clichés and happily subverts your expectations. —
Lucenick of postit in New York has the best effect in summer and the highest bet in summer --
Brother Gotham City the end of the world
The sexiest villain this summer and the biggest comic film thriller and the best comic film The Cold War. —
Roger Moore of maclage
The Tribune's news service started with a vague plot and too many new characters, but reached a sensational climax. —
Roger Ebert, Chicago Sun
When Batman first appeared, the police told the young partner, "kid, you're going to be on a show tonight, son.
"In fact, it was a wonderful performance. —
If the film is not the achievement of The Dark Knight --
Maybe this is the real problem.
This is still the right ending for an ambitious series. —
The rise of the Dark Knight finally proves its length (
In fact, a good argument can be made for longer cuts)
The last 45 minutes were spectacular. —
James Berardinelli, ReelViewsIt is a Nolan movie that runs through all the time
A thoughtful, complicated film that asks you to go to the theater that is ready and let you watch it. —
Newark star Stephen Whitty
Not only did the Knight rise, but it was cut.
It is not just a wonderful entertainment program, but also a sad drama. —
Peter Howell, the StarIt in Toronto is spectacular and certain, but it's also worth noting that all of it-
Shrouded in darkness—
Joe Morgenstern of The Wall Street Journal, the rise of the Dark Knight, rarely begins to tremble under the weight of his omens, nor is it without his own cunning humor. Well done. —
The rise of the Dark Knight is the king of the summer film epic. —
Peter Travers of Rolling Stone
At the time of the most successful Hollywood film production, the last part of Nolan's Batman trilogy made everything in the rival Marvel universe look very stupid and childish. —
Todd McCarthy, Hollywood Reporter