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Old 12-08-2012, 02:25 PM
I saw this again last night and it was just as exciting the second time around. It's really refreshing to watch a movie like this and think to yourself how neat that it isn't in 3D. I don't think 3D would of added anything to this movie and it actually might of ruined it. nice to see there are exciting movies to watch that are not in 3D. so I really don't buy that blockbuster argument. he made a great film about a comic book hero. that may be why it's a blockbuster. the only problem I see is that this was Nolan's last Batman film. I don't know about you, but I feel a bit disappointed by that.

I think you really have to look at the 3 films as a trilogy and then you can see the remarkable job Nolan and his team did in finishing up their story.

this movie has set a new standard for comic book movies. until Batman begins was released we were never asked to look at a superhero the way Nolan presents him.

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