The Dark Knight Rises

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Movie Info & Cast


After eight years of struggling with his new status as a wanted vigilante, Batman must contend with newcomers Catwoman and the brutal and villainous Bane.


  • Christian Bale
  • Gary Oldman
  • Tom Hardy
  • Joseph Gordon-Levitt
  • Anne Hathaway
  • Marion Cotillard
  • Morgan Freeman
  • Michael Caine
  • Matthew Modine
  • Alon Aboutboul

Did You Know?


  • Christopher Nolan is the first director to complete a full trilogy of Batman movies, but the second to direct a full trilogy of movies of one superhero (after Sam Raimi completed his Spider-Man movies).
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  • (at around 15 mins) When Bruce Wayne was checking his computer in the bat cave for the first time, one of the articles about Selina Kyle spelled the word "Heist" wrong. It said "Hiest" instead.
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    • [Bruce, wearing a ski mask, visits Gordon's hospital room]
    • [lying in a hospital bed]
    • Jim Gordon: We were in this together, and then you were gone.
    • Bruce Wayne: The Batman wasn't needed anymore. We won.
    • Jim Gordon: Based on a lie. Now this evil... rises from where we tried to bury it. The Batman has to come back.
    • Bruce Wayne: What if he doesn't exist any more?
    • Jim Gordon: He must... he must...
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5.0 out of 5


Jul 20, 2012

As you might expect from the creator of Inception and Memento, there are surprises both in the story and in the storytelling. But the biggest surprise may just be how satisfying Nolan has made his farewell to a Dark Knight trilogy that many fans will wish he'd extend to a 10-part series, at least.

Metacritic review by Bob Mondello
Bob Mondello
Jul 19, 2012

The Dark Knight aspires to the epic and reaches it on a number of impressive and less impressive levels. That it is a frequently, unnervingly glorious triumph of brawn over brains is not despite but in spite of Nolan's admirably stubborn - if persistently, risibly serious - insistence that the modern superhero can have it all.

Metacritic review by Michelle Orange
Michelle Orange
Jul 16, 2012

Makes everything in the rival Marvel universe look thoroughly silly and childish. Entirely enveloping and at times unnerving in a relevant way one would never have imagined, as a cohesive whole this ranks as the best of Nolan's trio, even if it lacks -- how could it not? -- an element as unique as Heath Ledger's immortal turn in The Dark Knight. It's a blockbuster by any standard.

Metacritic review by Todd McCarthy
Todd McCarthy
The Hollywood Reporter