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The Dark Knight (2008) (TV36)

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The Dark Knight
genre drama / action / science fiction / thriller / crime
area USA / UK
language English / Chinese
release date 2008-07-14
IMDb ID tt0468569

Set within a year after the events of Batman Begins (2005), Batman, Lieutenant James Gordon, and new District Attorney Harvey Dent successfully begin to round up the criminals that plague Gotham City, until a mysterious and sadistic criminal mastermind known only as "The Joker" appears in Gotham, creating a new wave of chaos. Batman's struggle against The Joker becomes deeply personal, forcing him to "confront everything he believes" and improve his technology to stop him. A love triangle develops between Bruce Wayne, Dent, and Rachel Dawes.

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Christopher Nolan Christopher Nolan

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makes you crave for more and more -- Hats off!
Its been like 9-10 weeks of movies dedicated to various superhero movies. A few were good, some were just too bad. But this a gem! After so many years have I seen such a movie which would make you give a standing ovation to the movie. There are at least 5 scenes in the movie, where anybody, would just say, "wow!!". Everything is just too good about this movie. Each and every person associated with this movie deserves a praise. Needless to mention, Ledger and Bale...perhaps give it their best shot ever in this movie. I am just kind of scared whether they, ever would be able to repeat something like this :( I have to admit something though. When I heard movie's soundtrack standalone, I was kind of disappointed that it was not that good as that of Batman Begins. But, now having seen the movie, I am glad that I was wrong.
guest review Wed Sep 30 2020
A Rare Sequel that goes Above and Beyond the Original
The thing that I love about this movie and it's predecessor is not the fighting, and the violence. Although I did enjoy that too. No the thing what makes this movie stand above the rest of the movies on Batman is how well thought out and brought out the characters are. Unlike the old movies of the past this redefines the way Batman is done. Bruce Wayne/Batman is seen in a new light you can see him as an ordinary person along with being an icon it's not all about the violence and suspense it's about the heart that is brought through all the characters. That includes the villains. Though unlike the others the writers didn't just focus on the villains they focused on both sides and the villains aren't always the ones in the spotlight the heroes are in it too. The Dark Knight is so well done I mean there is so much emotion both in the acting and the story line. This is not some mindless superhero movie where the villain is the one in the spotlight no Batman is in it too.
guest review Wed Sep 30 2020
rightly rated, nothing more, nothing less
I give this movie a solid 8, which by no means matched the undeserved hype it has inevitably received. This is a solid summer epic, which proves to be a clever and exciting sequel to the successful Batman Begins. Nolan provides a dark, sinister and human insight into Batman, concluding that the Batman needs Joker and the Joker needs batman as they are actually rather similar- insecure, complex 'freaks' as the Joker says. Almost everyone had high expectations before watching this, eager to see the late Ledger's widely praised performance on screen. The movie starts of tense, fast and straight to the point, introducing all the characters in their different contexts accordingly. Zimmer's epic score lifts the movie to great proportions, you can't take your eyes off the screen. The plot is by no means original, but does does give great justice to each character and the interplay between them. Then comes the acting.. Bale provides the necessary humanistic subtelties and mannersisms in Bruce Wayne's character. He has great screen presence. AS Batman his voice is slightly off putting sometimes, but that is a minor flaw. Gyllenhaal is a necessary step up from Holmes, providing a sophisticated and elegant fit to Rachel's character. Eckhart is the right man for the job of Harvey Dent/2 Face. He is a good looking man thus making the 2 face character even more disturbing to view. The juxtoposition of his face to the monster's is incredible. He is a good actor too, but in this movie he really shines, managing to play the confident, suarve and profressional Dent with great ease. Oldman appears consistently throughout the film. I do feel he has acted better in other films, for example Leon. But to be fair in this film he doesn't need to immerse himself incredibly in the character. And then there's Ledger. I didn't see Ledger in the movie, i saw the Joker on screen. And for that there's nothing more i can see. If i see somebody completely different i know then he has trascended completely beyond the barriers of acting. Just sit back and enjoy what is the true Joker. Sorry Jack. All in all a fantastic movie which is rewatchable. Not only is it entertaining but dark, sinister, thrilling and sometimes emotional
guest review Wed Sep 30 2020

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