Tue, 17 Jul 2012 11:14a.m.
Kate Rodger reviews Christopher Nolan's epic conclusion to the Dark Knight trilogy (no spoilers).
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21/07/2012 7:31:18 p.m.
I just saw it and I say it was even better than The Dark Knight! The things which were better was the story, the new villain Bane and how the trilogy ended with class. Being shot in IMAX didn't hurt either. :)
19/07/2012 6:23:30 a.m.
@Jim Cricket - they do initially want to push the button, but the MP stops them getting it. They put it to a vote and the guy in the black trenchcoat goes to turn the key, but hesitates when he realises the criminals haven't blown them sky high yet.
18/07/2012 11:10:58 p.m.
Jim Cricket wrote:
"The Dark Knight is as flawless a film as I’ve seen."
No wonder I never agree with your reviews! I can pick out many flaws in that film....but how about I just give you the most obvious one :)
At the end, the bit with the two boats, once has civvies and the other has crooks. In real life, the civvies would not have hesitated to press their button, yet in Nolan's world apparently choosing to save innocent people or criminals represents some kind of moral dilemma.
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