View Poll Results: What did you think of "The Dark Knight Rises"

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  • 5 Batarangs - A solid conclusion to the Dark Knight Triilogy

    19 79.17%
  • 4 Batarangs - Didn't live up to "The Dark Knight"

    3 12.50%
  • 3 Batarangs - You're not Batman any more.

    2 8.33%
  • 2 Batarangs - Where was Robin when we needed him?

    0 0%
  • 1 Batarang - They should have stuck with Joel Schumacher

    0 0%
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    The Dark Knight Rises -July 20, 2012 (MiceChat Reviews)

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    Re: The Dark Knight Rises -July 20, 2012-

    Nice! This looks like yet another blockbuster.
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    Re: The Dark Knight Rises -July 20, 2012-

    The trailer looks great, but what did they do with Bane's voice? They tweaked it from the previous trailer. Now it sounds like a re-recorded voiceover.

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    Re: The Dark Knight Rises -July 20, 2012-

    Catwoman purrrrs with sexiness! I wonder if she will join with Batman in battling Bane. This film is going to be a "claw biter".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barbossa View Post
    The trailer looks great, but what did they do with Bane's voice? They tweaked it from the previous trailer. Now it sounds like a re-recorded voiceover.
    It could have been worse. Bane's voice could have come out sounding like the Aflac duck.
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    Re: The Dark Knight Rises -July 20, 2012-

    I'm really excited about this film more than any other this year. Usually it's a Pixar film that I'm anxious to see the most. But I look forward to what Nolan will do with his final Batman film. It looks beyond epic!!

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    Re: The Dark Knight Rises -July 20, 2012-

    Quote Originally Posted by Flickering Bulb View Post
    I'm really excited about this film more than any other this year. Usually it's a Pixar film that I'm anxious to see the most. But I look forward to what Nolan will do with his final Batman film. It looks beyond epic!!
    It does look to be a thriller of a story, worth viewing again at home after seeing it on the big sceen.
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    Re: The Dark Knight Rises -July 20, 2012-

    I hope this Bane is closer to the comic-book character than the one in Batman and Robin.
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    Re: The Dark Knight Rises -July 20, 2012-

    Quote Originally Posted by Not My Real Name View Post
    I hope this Bane is closer to the comic-book character than the one in Batman and Robin.
    hahaha, oh maaaan. that Bane was AWFUL!! they portrayed him like an idiot when he is actually supposed to be an intelligent villain. i believe this one will be closer to the comic book. it would be cool if they showed him as a child in the prison, walking around with his teddy bear that hid a knife in it. but then it might take away from Batman/Bruce Wayne as being the main character.

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    Re: The Dark Knight Rises -July 20, 2012-

    It's getting closer to magic time.
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    Tickets for the Midnight showing go on sale on June 11th at the Arclight in the Cinerama Dome!
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    Re: The Dark Knight Rises -July 20, 2012-

    An even better trailer, probably the best one so far!


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    Re: The Dark Knight Rises -July 20, 2012-

    Almost here! Almost here! Almost here!
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    Re: The Dark Knight Rises -July 20, 2012-

    I've got my 12:01 am tickets for Friday ready : )

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    Re: The Dark Knight Rises -July 20, 2012-

    Sometimes, I wonder if critics are even seeing/speaking of the same movie. For example:
    A disturbing experience we live through as much as a film we watch, this dazzling conclusion to director Christopher Nolan's Batman trilogy is more than an exceptional superhero movie, it is masterful filmmaking by any standard. - Kenneth Turan, L.A. Times
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    Speaking lines they cannot possibly understand, not one actor makes any attempt to be believable. So manufactured and synthetic that they eventually lose all sense of reality, they're like reconstituted orange juice and processed cheese. - Rex Reed, New York Observer
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    Re: The Dark Knight Rises -July 20, 2012-

    Rex Reed is a tool in general and gives awful reviews just to piss people off.
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    Re: The Dark Knight Rises -July 20, 2012-

    I tend to agree with you. It almost seems like, since TDKR isn't his cup of tea, genre-wise, he's going to tear it down.

    WGN TV here in Chicago called it the best movie of the year this morning. And I've heard it's making the Avengers look like a Saturday morning cartoon, story wise.
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