No, that was
Now, that is old
Sorry, not saying I'm not that old just prefer not to remember it lol!
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We went to 'Dickens World', Chatham to see it last night. I thought it was great, my only complaint would be that there was no sense of time passing in the latter part of the film, but it's a small gripe.
Some quality trailers too. 'Looper' looks really good.
Yes, I think around 5 months pass, and most of that is when Bruce is in the "pit". I think they could have created a greater sense of time passing, and of the effect of the seige on the ordinary folk of Gotham.
I believe, having said that, that the TV broadcast Bruce saw in captivity did give some idea how long he had been there, or at least that the seige had last 80 odd days by then.
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I was quite surprised that in Manchester IMAX, the 1pm film started at 1:03pm, with no trailers at all.
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One showing I went to didn't have trailers but that's because there was a problem and they took ages getting it started, so they didn't want to make us wait longer.
So, um, yeah...most relevant post of the day, I think you'll find.
Seen it today, wasn't disappointed at all (thank goodness). Was it better than The Dark Knight? No. Was it a fantastic film in its own right, with a satisfying (in most ways) conclusion. Yes.
Done - now waiting for the Blu-ray so I can watch the trilogy back to back
Watched Batman Begins last night, will watch Dark Knight tonight in readiness for the final showdown tomorrow evening......can't come quickly enough.
Watched 'Begins and 'Knight BDs last night, going to see 'Rises tonight...
The more I think about it the more dissappointed I am by it. I may get to see it one more time in the cinema but I've been holding off due to a cold; wouldn't want to inflict it on anyone else.
It just felt rushed to me, and I'm sure there could have been a satisfying ending without the Blake thing.
Cotillard? Can't remember ever seeing a worse death scene.
The fact that people have stated that they haven't seen the film yet, you feel the need to put spoilers in your post. Well Done and feel free to come back anytime.
To be fair, when I read through the thread, I was surprised by the lack of spoilers. The title of the thread states quite clearly it's one that's being discussed by people who have seen it - as a result, I didn't come anywhere near this thread until I'd seen the film.
Saw it last night. Brilliant.
Think Nolan made some bold choices to keep things fresh - and pulled them off.
As with TDK, TDKR is a stand-alone with its own tone/pitch, its own strengths, but is still very much part of the trilogy.
Excellent performances all round, especially Christian Bale's.
[And there's a cameo from one of the stars of Stargate SG-1! ]
There was actually two, William Devane was president in SG1 and TDKR
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haven't got a problem with spoilers, it was just the lack of consideration for those who obviously hadn't seen it yet. Although the title has been changed now to protect the innocent
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