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The Dark Knight

Duration: 152 min


IMDb: 9.0

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Batman raises the stakes in his war on crime. With the help of Lt. Jim Gordon and District Attorney Harvey Dent, Batman sets out to dismantle the remaining criminal organizations that plague the streets. The partnership proves to be effective, but they soon find themselves prey to a reign of chaos unleashed by a rising criminal mastermind known to the terrified citizens of Gotham as the Joker.

Big, bold, and bruising, this is a prime illustration of how a high-budget, a high-profile comic-book sequel can still be a real movie — well-made, exciting, invested, and engaging. Yes, it is likely to sell tickets and toys, but credit must go to director/co-writer Christopher Nolan for making a powerful, rich film that gives audiences a lot to chat about and mull over after the initial adrenaline rush wears away. Similar to the other filmmakers who have tackled Batman in today’s era, Tim Burton and Joel Schumacher, Nolan has a clear enthusiasm for the personality; unlike Burton and Schumacher, Nolan has obvious respect for the character’s history, grounding the pendants and activity with actual personality growth and concentrated storytelling.

The actors are all excellent, as well; Ledger’s work as The Joker is earning Oscar buzz, and that isn’t just post-mortem sympathy speaking. His swaggering, unhinged take on the personality makes for an unsettling, compelling interpretation. Since Dent (who, as comic-book, fans know, eventually becomes the scarred villain Two-Face), Eckhart also delivers a strong performance that goes much deeper compared to special-effects makeup he winds up wearing. Bale’s performance can be terrific, whether he’s portraying Batman’s driven crime-fighting exploits or even the quieter moments of Bruce Wayne’s struggles on the other side of the mask. The Dark Knight is just two and a half hours, but it never meanders or wastes moment; instead, it is packed to the brim with action, ideas, well-drawn character minutes, and surprisingly powerful play.


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