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Batman: The Dark Knight Rises (With UltraViolet) (2 Discs) (Blu-ray)

Released on 03 December 2012

Featuring: Tom Hardy, Anne Hathaway & Christian Bale

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It has been eight years since Batman vanished into the night, turning, in that instant, from hero to fugitive. Assuming the blame for the death of D.A. Harvey Dent, the Dark Knight sacrificed everything for what he and Commissioner Gordon both hoped was the greater good. For a time the lie worked, as criminal activity in Gotham City was crushed under the weight of the anti-crime Dent Act.

But everything will change with the arrival of a cunning cat burglar with a mysterious agenda. Far more dangerous, however, is the emergence of Bane, a masked terrorist whose ruthless plans for Gotham drive Bruce out of his self-imposed exile. But even if he dons the cape and cowl again, Batman may be no match for Bane.
  • Artwork subject to changes

  • The Batmobile
  • The Prologue: High-Altitude Hijacking
  • Return to the Batcave
  • Beneath Gotham
  • The Bat Pod
  • Batman vs Bane
  • Armory Accepted
  • Gameday Destruction
  • Demolishing a City Street
  • The Pit
  • The Chant
  • The War on Wall Street
  • Race to the Reactor
  • The Journey of The Dark Knight
  • Gotham's Reckoning
  • A Girls Gotta Eat
  • Shadows & Light in Large Format
  • The End of A Legend
  • Trailer Archive
  • UltraViolet Digital Copy Expiry Date: 2nd December 2014

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 "..ONE OF THE BEST MOVIES EVER!!! EPIC.."

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This truly is an epic masterpiece and Christopher Nolan has completed what is the perfect batman trilogy! Rises has an amazing story that is set 8 years after the last events, everything is on a bigger and bolder scale now, the action is amazing, the character development is fantastic and there are lots of new additions to the trilogy all having major parts to play in the story, Tom Hardy is an amazing villain with Bane being an epic screen presence with his size and strength, Anne Hathaway was amazing as cat woman (although not referred to as) very slick and sexy in her role, plus great roles from Joseph Gorden-Levitt and the usual faces Michael Caine, Morgan Freeman and Gary Oldman. This is a very dark and very serious movie with allot of emotion and depth and must not be missed!! The ending as shocking in some ways but still great and leaves the story open for many possibilities, the movie score by Hans Zimmer is also an amazing addition to the movie making every scene even more epic!!

 BATS ALL FOLKS!

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In retrospect if it wasn't for the horrible Batman and Robin Warner Bros would not had re-booted the franchise and gave us one of the best Trilogies of all time. Luckily for everyone, there are no comparisons between The Dark Knight Rises and Batman and Robin. But although TDKR is gruff, gritty it may also leave you with an unexpected lump to your throat as it's fully loaded with emotional engagement, a genuine sense of jeopardy, deepening the drama.The Dark Knight is no ordinary comic book adoption, it always offered a very real world and real characters not matter how evil or insane. It also breaks from the Nolan norm in getting to grips with key, charismatic characters who aren't all blokes. But before I let the cat out the bag, I need to make something clear, this is a Batman movie that's all about Batman. Where the previous chapter shone the spotlight to Heath Ledger's awesome take as Joker,as Bruce faces his toughest mission yet, retirement. This is the most adrift we've seen the character on screen. Weighing a return to action against taking a new path, Bruce and Alfred debate Batman's future in tense, tender exchanges. In these scenes I was hooked as you do feel the love between the two characters and the fighting hasn't even started. After a skyjack opening Nolan goes small for a while, then movie's massive. This final chapter is the most ambitious scheme yet, bunging faith, idealism, social revolution and a combustible crisis that could put all the peril in all the Die Hard's combined to shame. As the scale and stakes balloon, Nolan maintains control, the storytelling is sharper than The Dark Knight. This time it's painfully personal. Don't think that the film has become all self important, rest assured, there's a ridiculous amount of cool stuff here and a heightened realism that lets us buy the idea of a city enslaved by a half naked muscle man in a mask. Particularly when he's played by Tom Hardy, whose Bane is a nasty mix of brawn, brains and as far removed from the version in the dreadful 1997 train wreck. A lot of bad press was made by Bane's mumbles under the mask, but after the first few minutes I had no problem understanding him as it's his body language that does all the talking and it's full of menace. Then there's Anne Hathaway's cat burglar Selina Kyle (never referred to as Catwoman), this time not a tragic misfit as with Michelle Pfeiffer, but a smart con-artist and in Hathaway's hands she not there just to be eye candy (Although she is that also) with such a strong cast no ones forgettable. While Bruce's father figures Gary Oldman, Morgan Freeman and the brilliant Michael Caine are at their warmest. As for Batman? He's never more vulnerable, likeable or willing to get his gloves dirty, pushing to new emotional depths for his final Gotham show down. Unfortunately it is The End, a resounding resolution for what Batman Begins begun. Threads from that film are picked up, lengthened and strengthened, bringing a staunch integrity in every sense to the overall arc. It's not perfect due to a few clunky catch up exposition near the start, a cringey, log fire love scene and moments where Hans Zimmer's score nearly foghorns the actors off the screen. Is it up there with The Dark Knight? Not quite. The Joker in the pack still gives part two the edge. But there's no shame in coming second to Nolan's a masterpiece trilogy. This film succeeds where so many third chapters have failed and slyly slips in possibly controversial elements from the Bat mythos without risking outrage or enraging the censor and pushes the 12 cert as far as possible.
It's brilliant!

 BATS ALL FOLKS!

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In retrospect if it wasn't for the horrible Batman and Robin Warner Bros would not had re-booted the franchise and gave us one of the best Trilogies of all time. Luckily for everyone, there are no comparisons between The Dark Knight Rises and Batman and Robin. But although TDKR is gruff, gritty it may also leave you with an unexpected lump to your throat as it's fully loaded with emotional engagement, a genuine sense of jeopardy, deepening the drama.The Dark Knight is no ordinary comic book adoption, it always offered a very real world and real characters not matter how evil or insane. It also breaks from the Nolan norm in getting to grips with key, charismatic characters who aren't all blokes. But before I let the cat out the bag, I need to make something clear, this is a Batman movie that's all about Batman. Where the previous chapter shone the spotlight to Heath Ledger's awesome take as Joker,as Bruce faces his toughest mission yet, retirement. This is the most adrift we've seen the character on screen. Weighing a return to action against taking a new path, Bruce and Alfred debate Batman's future in tense, tender exchanges. In these scenes I was hooked as you do feel the love between the two characters and the fighting hasn't even started. After a skyjack opening Nolan goes small for a while, then movie's massive. This final chapter is the most ambitious scheme yet, bunging faith, idealism, social revolution and a combustible crisis that could put all the peril in all the Die Hard's combined to shame. As the scale and stakes balloon, Nolan maintains control, the storytelling is sharper than The Dark Knight. This time it's painfully personal. Don't think that the film has become all self important, rest assured, there's a ridiculous amount of cool stuff here and a heightened realism that lets us buy the idea of a city enslaved by a half naked muscle man in a mask. Particularly when he's played by Tom Hardy, whose Bane is a nasty mix of brawn, brains and as far removed from the version in the dreadful 1997 train wreck. A lot of bad press was made by Bane's mumbles under the mask, but after the first few minutes I had no problem understanding him as it's his body language that does all the talking and it's full of menace. Then there's Anne Hathaway's cat burglar Selina Kyle (never referred to as Catwoman), this time not a tragic misfit as with Michelle Pfeiffer, but a smart con-artist and in Hathaway's hands she not there just to be eye candy (Although she is that also) with such a strong cast no ones forgettable. While Bruce's father figures Gary Oldman, Morgan Freeman and the brilliant Michael Caine are at their warmest. As for Batman? He's never more vulnerable, likeable or willing to get his gloves dirty, pushing to new emotional depths for his final Gotham show down. Unfortunately it is The End, a resounding resolution for what Batman Begins begun. Threads from that film are picked up, lengthened and strengthened, bringing a staunch integrity in every sense to the overall arc. It's not perfect due to a few clunky catch up exposition near the start, a cringey, log fire love scene and moments where Hans Zimmer's score nearly foghorns the actors off the screen. Is it up there with The Dark Knight? Not quite. The Joker in the pack still gives part two the edge. But there's no shame in coming second to Nolan's a masterpiece trilogy. This film succeeds where so many third chapters have failed and slyly slips in possibly controversial elements from the Bat mythos without risking outrage or enraging the censor and pushes the 12 cert as far as possible.
It's brilliant!

 Boy Does He Rise

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Believe all the hype.This is a great ending to the trilogy.If you prefered Batman Begins to The Dark Knight you will enjoy this even more.Its tough to write a review without spoiling the film for those who havent seen it.I hope when it comes to Blu Ray it will have loads of extras but it wont matter.It will be one for the collection.

 Action, Dramatic, Overall One of THE best movies

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As soon as this came out on the cinema I went to watch straight away its been a long wait but well worth it. Lets face the truth apart from Tim Burton's effort which was great all the other Batmans have been rubbish and the question is why?; because there was no realism to the movies they were all slap stick comedy and the characters really did look like they came out of a comic book! now in my eyes the new Batman introduces characters that a realistic as possible like Bane for instance I don't want to see a mutant over huge human! this isn't realistic I thought Bane's character was EPIC! down to earth chip on his shoulder and experienced man round of applause for Hardy he was excellent. The whole point of this movie like another comment I saw earlier is that it really is about Batman otherwise it wouldn't be titled "The Dark Knight Rises" its about Batmans struggle to Rise above Gotham City and take control of it as over the years Bruce looses all confidence and places the blame on himself, this I might add would come back to his parents death which is revisited at some stage in the movie at his utter worst. The only criticism I have of this movie is I wish Nolan had put more time into the rising part (don't want to spoil the movie) and how Batman got back to Gotham I would have loved this movie to be longer because I just didn't want it to end. The movie is very passionate and dramatic at scenes which makes you really reach out for Batman Bale did an excellent part throughout what an actor! (Empire of the sun one of my favs) thanks for reading.

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ActorsTom Hardy, Anne Hathaway, Christian Bale, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Marion Cotillard, Gary Oldman, Morgan Freeman, Josh Pence, Michael Caine, Juno Temple, Matthew Modine, Nestor Carbonell, Alon Aboutboul, Diego Klattenhoff & Tom Conti
DirectorChristopher Nolan
Certificate12 years and over
Year2011
ScreenWidescreen 2.40:1
LanguagesEnglish - DTS-HD Master Audio (5.1)
Additional LanguagesThai ; Castilian Spanish ; Japanese ; Italian ; German ; French ; English Audio Description
SubtitlesGerman ; French ; Dutch ; Chinese complex ; Cantonese ; Bahasa - Indonesia ; German ; Italian ; Japanese ; Korean ; Castilian Spanish ; Thai ; Dannish ; Finnish ; Norwegian ; Swedish ; Icelandic ; French ; English for the hearing impaired
Closed CaptionsYes
Duration2 hours and 44 minutes (approx)