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The first reviews of The Dark Knight Rises have risen and the verdict is... (Updated with negative reviews)

Jul. 16, 2012by: Alex Maidy

The reviews for THE DARK KNIGHT RISES have begun to hit the Internet and the verdict is undeniably positive. As of this afternoon, the film is holding a 94% rating on Rotten Tomatoes. I am sure that will go down slightly because there is always at least one buzzkill, but did we have any doubts that Nolan would deliver yet again?

Here are the first reviews. I will put the more spoilery ones towards the bottom so that the majority can read what the critics are saying.

Justin Chang from Variety: Retains the moral urgency and serious-minded pulp instincts that have made the Warners franchise a beacon of integrity in an increasingly comicbook-driven Hollywood universe.

IndieWire: ...a spectacular noir epic that's equal parts murky, bloated, flashy and triumphantly cinematic.

Todd McCarthy from The Hollywood Reporter: Big-time Hollywood filmmaking at its most massively accomplished, this last installment of Christopher Nolan's Batman trilogy makes everything in the rival Marvel universe look thoroughly silly and childish.

Matthew Leyland from TotalFilm: A smart, stirring spectacle that faces down impossible expectations to pull off a hugely satisfying end to business.

Drew McWeeny from HitFix: A triumph, a victory for all involved, and one of the year's most impressive efforts so far in any genre, on any subject. Whoever Warner Bros hires to reboot the 'Batman' films a few years from now, I wish you luck. The bar is as high as it could possibly be.

Ed Douglas of ComingSoon: Nolan figures out a convincing way to wrap everything up in a nice bow, making one feel like he's created a bonafide Batman story in three movies that can stand up on its own merits completely separate from the comics or any previous incarnations.

Todd Gilchrist of The Playlist: THE DARK KNIGHT RISES is emotionally inspiring, aesthetically significant and critically important for America itself - as a mirror of both sober reflection and resilient hope.

Here are a couple of negative reviews.  Bastards.

Christy Lemire of The Associated Press:  This is the problem when you're an exceptional, visionary filmmaker. When you give people something extraordinary, they expect it every time. Anything short of that feels like a letdown.

Marshall Fine of Hollywood & Fine:  At times, the action is so massive and thunderously clunky that I might as well have been watching one of the Transformers movies.

A comparison to TRANSFORMERS?  WTF?

Here are some new positive reviews.

Richard Corliss of Time Magazine:  For once a melodrama with pulp origins convinces viewers that it can be the modern equivalent to Greek myths or a Jonathan Swift satire. TDKR is that big, that bitter -- a film of grand ambitions and epic achievement.

Xan Brooks of The Guardian UK:  The dark knight duly rises for the bruising final stanza in Christopher Nolan's Batman trilogy, a satisfying saga of revolution and redemption that ends the tale on a note of thunder.

Katie Muir of The Times UK:  The most anticipated movie of the summer is as ambitious and bombastic as they get, with widescreen mayhem, thousands of extras, hyper-kinetic effects, and a roiling, twisting plot.

THE DARK KNIGHT RISES, even if it is not as good as BATMAN BEGINS or THE DARK KNIGHT is already shaping to be the best third film in any series to hold up compared to it's predecessors. There will be more reviews coming through the week so stay tuned for updates.

THE DARK KNIGHT rises opens everywhere this Friday, July 20th.

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10:57PM on 07/17/2012
According to the AP Rotten Tomatoes has disabled comments on all reviews. A few of the people that ragged the movie are getting some "interesting" comments for their dislike of the movie. I've always taken reviews with a huge grain of salt but I too have problems when a reviewer gives a positive review about Battleship and then disses on Batman.
According to the AP Rotten Tomatoes has disabled comments on all reviews. A few of the people that ragged the movie are getting some "interesting" comments for their dislike of the movie. I've always taken reviews with a huge grain of salt but I too have problems when a reviewer gives a positive review about Battleship and then disses on Batman.
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8:08AM on 07/17/2012

Rottentomatoes

And its below 85% now on RT. :( Please Please Please let this be the epic movie everyone wants it to be!
And its below 85% now on RT. :( Please Please Please let this be the epic movie everyone wants it to be!
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4:01PM on 07/17/2012
It is, Rotten fucked up one of the reviews that gave it almost perfect and made it rotten.
It is, Rotten fucked up one of the reviews that gave it almost perfect and made it rotten.
3:49AM on 07/17/2012

Katie Muir of the Times UK

Somebody help me here, as I am honestly not sure if hers is a good or bad review (based solely on the snippet above). "Bombastic" is usually bad, and she says nothing truly positive or negative. She just describes it- oh, had it lots of people! It had fighting! It had plot twists! Are we talking about "Unbreakable" or "TDKR" here? So vague, honestly hard for me to discern.
Somebody help me here, as I am honestly not sure if hers is a good or bad review (based solely on the snippet above). "Bombastic" is usually bad, and she says nothing truly positive or negative. She just describes it- oh, had it lots of people! It had fighting! It had plot twists! Are we talking about "Unbreakable" or "TDKR" here? So vague, honestly hard for me to discern.
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11:53PM on 07/16/2012

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11:52PM on 07/16/2012

...makes everything in the rival Marvel universe look thoroughly silly and childish.

Really bad comments. You cannot just compare the two movies. And bashing the Avengers to give credit to TDKR? Sick move, must be a paid reviewer.
Really bad comments. You cannot just compare the two movies. And bashing the Avengers to give credit to TDKR? Sick move, must be a paid reviewer.
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7:14AM on 07/17/2012
LOL...funny (not really) how I pointed out the same ridiculous phrase and got 16 thumbs down while this post gets a thumbs up. Fucking chaos reigns in the strikeback, as usual.
LOL...funny (not really) how I pointed out the same ridiculous phrase and got 16 thumbs down while this post gets a thumbs up. Fucking chaos reigns in the strikeback, as usual.
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11:47PM on 07/16/2012

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No @Shonk, @Django is a certified idiot with a retarded fanboy mentality. People like these make genuine fans look bad. Everyone has a right to their opinion, grow up! On and btw, its 91% on RT now, @Django you got more reviewers to murder.
No @Shonk, @Django is a certified idiot with a retarded fanboy mentality. People like these make genuine fans look bad. Everyone has a right to their opinion, grow up! On and btw, its 91% on RT now, @Django you got more reviewers to murder.
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10:13PM on 07/16/2012

Meh

Between this:

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And the glorification of the disease spreading occupy movement, the critics can keep it.

Tis a shame, because I absolutely loved the first two films.
Between this:

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And the glorification of the disease spreading occupy movement, the critics can keep it.

Tis a shame, because I absolutely loved the first two films.
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4:57AM on 07/17/2012
Occupy is attempting to cure the real disease of this country.
Occupy is attempting to cure the real disease of this country.
10:33AM on 07/17/2012
The Coffee Party?
The Coffee Party?
3:52PM on 07/17/2012
It's a shame you let politics play a part in your enjoyment of a great movie, cause you're most likely missing something wonderful.
It's a shame you let politics play a part in your enjoyment of a great movie, cause you're most likely missing something wonderful.
5:33PM on 07/17/2012
Unlikely.

It's more of a shame, that political naggery plays such a large role in film content from Hollywood, particularly when it's so adolescent as in the case of the occupado children.

It's like listening to preaching teenagers. No thanks.
Unlikely.

It's more of a shame, that political naggery plays such a large role in film content from Hollywood, particularly when it's so adolescent as in the case of the occupado children.

It's like listening to preaching teenagers. No thanks.
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7:57PM on 07/16/2012

bring the thumbs down

Saw it, was way to long, didn't love the first 2, thought they were overrated, this is is nothing different. I liked Amazing Spider-Man more and IMO The Avengers was a much better comic book movie. So The Avengers is still the best comic movie of the year.
Saw it, was way to long, didn't love the first 2, thought they were overrated, this is is nothing different. I liked Amazing Spider-Man more and IMO The Avengers was a much better comic book movie. So The Avengers is still the best comic movie of the year.
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8:18PM on 07/16/2012
i smell a troll and doubt that you actually have seen it yet.
i smell a troll and doubt that you actually have seen it yet.
8:34PM on 07/16/2012
Sorry to disappoint, if it makes any difference i expected not to like it, as i said i wasn't a fan of the first 2. But if you liked Begins and DK then you'll like this one to most likely. LOL i also think this is my first time ever being called a troll in my history on the internet, cooool.
Sorry to disappoint, if it makes any difference i expected not to like it, as i said i wasn't a fan of the first 2. But if you liked Begins and DK then you'll like this one to most likely. LOL i also think this is my first time ever being called a troll in my history on the internet, cooool.
12:11AM on 07/17/2012
I did like the first one, and there were moments in the second one that i love, esp the ending. That being said i dont know about this one, maybe it's all the hype, but i feel that it has to do with Bane, everything he says seems muffled and garbled, am i right?
I did like the first one, and there were moments in the second one that i love, esp the ending. That being said i dont know about this one, maybe it's all the hype, but i feel that it has to do with Bane, everything he says seems muffled and garbled, am i right?
7:17PM on 07/16/2012
Nice to see that most of the reviews don't say it's just a good movie, but that its basically amazing. Very geeked for 12:01 Thursday night.
Nice to see that most of the reviews don't say it's just a good movie, but that its basically amazing. Very geeked for 12:01 Thursday night.
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5:17PM on 07/16/2012

This is the movie we all deserve

Thank you Nolan for what can arguably be the greatest trilogy ever made. I just wish Ledger the Legend could've witnessed this masterpiece. RIP.
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Thank you Nolan for what can arguably be the greatest trilogy ever made. I just wish Ledger the Legend could've witnessed this masterpiece. RIP.
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4:00PM on 07/16/2012

a guy called "Fine" gave negative review,its 96% on RT now

i'll murder Fine's family and his dog
i'll murder Fine's family and his dog
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5:47PM on 07/16/2012
You are an idiot
You are an idiot
11:45PM on 07/16/2012
Thumbs down!
Thumbs down!
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3:13PM on 07/16/2012
Time Magazine: For once a melodrama with pulp origins convinces viewers that it can be the modern equivalent to Greek myths or a Jonathan Swift satire. TDKR is that big, that bitter a film of grand ambitions and epic achievement.

Rolling Stone: The sheer scope of Nolan's vision with emotion and spectacle thundering across the screen is staggering. The Dark Knight Rises is the King Daddy of summer movie epics.
Time Magazine: For once a melodrama with pulp origins convinces viewers that it can be the modern equivalent to Greek myths or a Jonathan Swift satire. TDKR is that big, that bitter a film of grand ambitions and epic achievement.

Rolling Stone: The sheer scope of Nolan's vision with emotion and spectacle thundering across the screen is staggering. The Dark Knight Rises is the King Daddy of summer movie epics.
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2:15PM on 07/16/2012
I count 98% of professional critics as shills for whoever pays them. Hope the Joblo crew gets a review up soon so I can have something reliable to read about this movie (er, cinematic event). ONLY 81 HOURS TO GO!!
I count 98% of professional critics as shills for whoever pays them. Hope the Joblo crew gets a review up soon so I can have something reliable to read about this movie (er, cinematic event). ONLY 81 HOURS TO GO!!
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5:42PM on 07/16/2012
How does this get a thumbs down? I know that the reviews are positive and I expect a really great film from TDKR. I'm merely saying that I have zero stock in anything that main stream movie reviewers have to say. I value the Joblo crews reviews more than most websites and if you're not down with that then why the fuck are you even on here?
How does this get a thumbs down? I know that the reviews are positive and I expect a really great film from TDKR. I'm merely saying that I have zero stock in anything that main stream movie reviewers have to say. I value the Joblo crews reviews more than most websites and if you're not down with that then why the fuck are you even on here?
6:11PM on 07/16/2012
YOUMAD?
YOUMAD?
2:14PM on 07/16/2012
Can't wait to see it.
The guy from ComingSoon makes an interesting point, perhaps unintentionally though, as to why Nolan's Batman films are in many ways the antithesis of Marvel's recent efforts. What Nolan has done with Batman is very much his own interpretation - it stands alone and doesn't try to fit in with anything else that DC might be up to. It's a great reinvention of the character, but it's not a slave to the comics, or to other DC characters in film, it simply obeys this version of
Can't wait to see it.
The guy from ComingSoon makes an interesting point, perhaps unintentionally though, as to why Nolan's Batman films are in many ways the antithesis of Marvel's recent efforts. What Nolan has done with Batman is very much his own interpretation - it stands alone and doesn't try to fit in with anything else that DC might be up to. It's a great reinvention of the character, but it's not a slave to the comics, or to other DC characters in film, it simply obeys this version of the universe that Nolan's developed. In many ways I feel it's perhaps easier for him to make a great movie, not just a great comicbook movie, because for the most part he gets to play by his own rules. The directors of Marvel's various movies have a lot more baggage to incorporate with regards to Marvel's other upcoming movies and, to a degree, what Marvel are planning with their comics.
I guess few directors get to be in Nolan's position when dealing with a massively popular franchised character, but for the most part you can't argue with the results.
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2:11PM on 07/16/2012
its at 100% at RT right now.. thats awesome. I would not read any of the reviews though. I started into the one by Todd McCarthy and its nothing more than a play by play of the movie. Luckily I stopped reading before I got too far into it. Definitely wait to see the movie before reading that review at least. Well its not really a review but a summary.
its at 100% at RT right now.. thats awesome. I would not read any of the reviews though. I started into the one by Todd McCarthy and its nothing more than a play by play of the movie. Luckily I stopped reading before I got too far into it. Definitely wait to see the movie before reading that review at least. Well its not really a review but a summary.
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1:14PM on 07/16/2012
I'm quite glad this film is coming out as a critical success. My biggest fear for the film was that it wouldn't meet expectations, but it seems I don't have to worry about it. Only gotta wait 4 days now. Just 4 more days......
I'm quite glad this film is coming out as a critical success. My biggest fear for the film was that it wouldn't meet expectations, but it seems I don't have to worry about it. Only gotta wait 4 days now. Just 4 more days......
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1:10PM on 07/16/2012

So when

Do we get to see JimmyO's or one of the other fella's thoughts on the movie? I love this site's reviews and can always count on them to not spoil anything at all, especially for a theater event like this - fantastic news about the pic, but I'm afraid a bunch of critics via rotten tomatoes will rehash something.
Do we get to see JimmyO's or one of the other fella's thoughts on the movie? I love this site's reviews and can always count on them to not spoil anything at all, especially for a theater event like this - fantastic news about the pic, but I'm afraid a bunch of critics via rotten tomatoes will rehash something.
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1:09PM on 07/16/2012

I'm The Buzzkill

This doesn't surprise me at all. The critics loved TDK quite a bit as well (unsure of the general critical reception of BB when it was first released), but I haven't liked either of the other films, and with all the awkward costumes (why does Bane look like a pimp into bondage?), I my expectations are low. But the critical response doesn't surprise me in the least.
This doesn't surprise me at all. The critics loved TDK quite a bit as well (unsure of the general critical reception of BB when it was first released), but I haven't liked either of the other films, and with all the awkward costumes (why does Bane look like a pimp into bondage?), I my expectations are low. But the critical response doesn't surprise me in the least.
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4:12PM on 07/16/2012
on here buzzkill means troll
on here buzzkill means troll
3:27AM on 07/17/2012
Call me a troll all you like, but I am not trolling. I have massive issued with BB and think TDK while far better than BB is still quite overrated.
Call me a troll all you like, but I am not trolling. I have massive issued with BB and think TDK while far better than BB is still quite overrated.
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1:08PM on 07/16/2012

"...makes everything in the rival Marvel universe look thoroughly silly and childish."

Really? REALLY? I'd like to have this guy stand up in front of a crowd and say this with a straight face.
Really? REALLY? I'd like to have this guy stand up in front of a crowd and say this with a straight face.
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1:11PM on 07/16/2012
That critic seems to have A) missed the point of the Marvel movies & B) seems under the impression they were aiming for 'gritty realism' like the Nolan Batmans. While TDKR may or may not be stunning, comparing them seems pointless.
That critic seems to have A) missed the point of the Marvel movies & B) seems under the impression they were aiming for 'gritty realism' like the Nolan Batmans. While TDKR may or may not be stunning, comparing them seems pointless.
3:49PM on 07/16/2012
Whats the problem with what the critic said?

Is it so sup rising to you that Marvels films are targeted more towards children then Nolan's Batman?
I don't see a single thing wrong with that statement, Nolan's films do rival those of Marvel's films in every way. Their not popcorn films, Nolan's films have more depth in every level. I can't see how your so upset?
Whats the problem with what the critic said?

Is it so sup rising to you that Marvels films are targeted more towards children then Nolan's Batman?
I don't see a single thing wrong with that statement, Nolan's films do rival those of Marvel's films in every way. Their not popcorn films, Nolan's films have more depth in every level. I can't see how your so upset?
11:52PM on 07/16/2012
I agree with you 100% sir!
I agree with you 100% sir!
3:45AM on 07/17/2012
@ Gcolonna, it's missing the point of what each franchise is attempting to do. One is trying to stay as "comic book-y" as it possible can, and prove that sort of thing can A) be accepted by a mainstream audience and B) have an interlocking universe. Whether you find it to be successful or not, this is what the Marvel movies have been doing.

The other took a "gritty and realistic" approach to bring all the characters down to Earth to make them more relateable thereby allowing the filmmakers
@ Gcolonna, it's missing the point of what each franchise is attempting to do. One is trying to stay as "comic book-y" as it possible can, and prove that sort of thing can A) be accepted by a mainstream audience and B) have an interlocking universe. Whether you find it to be successful or not, this is what the Marvel movies have been doing.

The other took a "gritty and realistic" approach to bring all the characters down to Earth to make them more relateable thereby allowing the filmmakers to ask hard questions about what would drive these people to such extremes that dressing like a bat is a good way of get rid of the seedy people? Again, finding this to be successful or not isn't the point.

I don't watch "My Little Pony" (new or old, take your pick) and then compare it to "Thundercats" (new or old, take your pick) simply because they are both cartoons. They are stylistically and fundamentally very different in what they want to accomplish and comparing them makes no sense. Likewise for the Nolan Batman movies and the Marvel cinematic universe. They want to do wholly different things, so why can't they both be amazing and represent they best of their respective kind; A- full on embrace of the comic booky stuff and skewing towards that aesthetic as much as possible (the Fantastic 4 movies are an example of this failing). B- Stripping away the more outlandish and over-the-top comic book things to have a fully realistic world and telling a gritty story wherein a man just so happens to dress up like a giant bat (minus the bat thing, Thomas Jane's "The Punisher" is an example of this failing).
1:06PM on 07/16/2012
Glad to hear it, and even better to know that the hype didn't collapse on the film and cave it in, as can sometimes occur. The haters will definitely crawl out of the woodwork, but I say let us have our moment and revel in what Nolan and co. have brought us. Wednesday evening could not come any faster for me!
Glad to hear it, and even better to know that the hype didn't collapse on the film and cave it in, as can sometimes occur. The haters will definitely crawl out of the woodwork, but I say let us have our moment and revel in what Nolan and co. have brought us. Wednesday evening could not come any faster for me!
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12:51PM on 07/16/2012

Nolan's next work...

...isn't it obvious? He had to finish up Batman so he could do the next Bond movie. Please. Dear God, let this happen.
...isn't it obvious? He had to finish up Batman so he could do the next Bond movie. Please. Dear God, let this happen.
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2:34PM on 07/16/2012
Not yet. Chris Nolan needs to do original work, instead of taking over other franchises. He is a good writer, as Memento and Inception proved, and he even brought an original approach to his adaptation of The Prestige, structuring the story in the stages of an illusion (which was different from the book). Besides, he will want creative control to make his own interpretation, which he may not have considering the Bond actor is already in place. However, that series is already following the
Not yet. Chris Nolan needs to do original work, instead of taking over other franchises. He is a good writer, as Memento and Inception proved, and he even brought an original approach to his adaptation of The Prestige, structuring the story in the stages of an illusion (which was different from the book). Besides, he will want creative control to make his own interpretation, which he may not have considering the Bond actor is already in place. However, that series is already following the gritty realism style Nolan has used in Batman.
12:12PM on 07/16/2012
I can't hardly wait!!
I can't hardly wait!!
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12:00PM on 07/16/2012

Does anyone know...

What Nolan's post-Batman plans are??
What Nolan's post-Batman plans are??
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11:44AM on 07/16/2012
Just shut up and take my money already.
Just shut up and take my money already.
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11:43AM on 07/16/2012
Just shut up and take my money already.
Just shut up and take my money already.
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11:00AM on 07/16/2012
I am glad to read the reviews and see two things: 1. There is no indication that Bruce Wayne/Batman dies. I think that Bruce Wayne may live and "kill" off Batman by his own decision, but I've never thought that he actually dies. 2. There's CLEARLY no indication that JGL is Robin nor does he take over as Batman. His character seems to not be a major component, nor does it seem to be small either, but just a character in the story (Some reviews don't even mention him).

Both of these were
I am glad to read the reviews and see two things: 1. There is no indication that Bruce Wayne/Batman dies. I think that Bruce Wayne may live and "kill" off Batman by his own decision, but I've never thought that he actually dies. 2. There's CLEARLY no indication that JGL is Robin nor does he take over as Batman. His character seems to not be a major component, nor does it seem to be small either, but just a character in the story (Some reviews don't even mention him).

Both of these were ridiculous rumors anyway developed by people with way too much time on their hands. I haven't a clue how both these rumors got as far as they did. They're about as credible as Eddie Murphy as the Riddler and Cher as Catwoman.
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10:59AM on 07/16/2012
Woohoo!!!!!!!! 4 more days!
Woohoo!!!!!!!! 4 more days!
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10:49AM on 07/16/2012

Sucks that I'll have to wait for another month

Glad to hear that it's really good, it really sucks that here in Greece we'll get it at August 21. I'm afraid that the internet will have spoiled everything by then... People here don't like going to the cinema in the summer and distributors are a bit cautious when it comes to blockbusters that open between July 15 and August 15. We mostly get comedies during that period, The Dictator will open here on Thursday, and re-releases of old movies.
Glad to hear that it's really good, it really sucks that here in Greece we'll get it at August 21. I'm afraid that the internet will have spoiled everything by then... People here don't like going to the cinema in the summer and distributors are a bit cautious when it comes to blockbusters that open between July 15 and August 15. We mostly get comedies during that period, The Dictator will open here on Thursday, and re-releases of old movies.
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10:48AM on 07/16/2012
Some are saying it's better than THE DARK KNIGHT while others are saying it's just as good. Can't wait!
Some are saying it's better than THE DARK KNIGHT while others are saying it's just as good. Can't wait!
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10:42AM on 07/16/2012
Surprise, surprise.
Surprise, surprise.
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10:37AM on 07/16/2012
I can happily say I never doubted it for a second.
And that poster is cool.
I can happily say I never doubted it for a second.
And that poster is cool.
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