The Dark Knight (DVD, 2008, Full Frame)
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USA Today - Claudia Puig (07/18/2008)
Los Angeles Times - Kenneth Turan (07/17/2008)
New York Times - Manohla Dargis (07/18/2008)
Entertainment Weekly - Owen Gleiberman (07/25/2008)
Empire - Empire Staff (09/01/2008)
Premiere - Eric Kohn (07/18/2008)
Sight and Sound - Kim Newman (10/01/2008)
Film Comment - Kent Jones (11/01/2008)
Chicago Sun-Times - Roger Ebert (12/05/2008)
Rolling Stone - Peter Travers (01/08/2008)
Entertainment Weekly - Lisa Schwarzbaum (12/26/2008)
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- katrinka411Jun 17, 2015by
Because this is my favorite movie. and the other on i had was cracking so i need to replace it. becaus you guys get on it. and it made me relly happy when i got my prouduct
- cannonclubonlin...May 27, 2009by
Don't Miss This If You Can Help It.
Funny but, this is the first Batman feature film that doesn't incorporate the word "Batman" in its title.<br><br>There never has been a more exciting time in my life when The Dark Knight showed up at the Box Office. I paid my ticket and then sat back and enjoyed the film better than ever. The reason I enjoyed this movie so much was that, before now, the Batman series of films seemed much more comic book than mimicking real life. The Dark Knight seems to somehow capture the essence that should always exist in the handover from comics to the big screen.<br><br>Christian Bale really didn't carry this film to greatness; it was The Joker (Heath Ledger) who made the film extraordinarily real in the sense that the criminal elements came together and alive on film with a burst of originality.<br><br><br>Bruce Wayne, who poses as a rich industrialist, sets out to dismantle the remaining criminal organizations that plague the city streets by creating his own persona known as Batman. Since we already know his intent from the last Film "Batman Begins", we pick up where the story left off in hopes that his complex plans will lead him down the road to success. Little do we know that The Joker will step into his life and thwart many of his plans to once and for all, rid Gotham City of the Low Life Scum that controls its underground.<br><br>Gotham City's District Attorney Harvey Dent (Aaron Eckhart) has the best line in the movie, which said, "You die a hero or live long enough to see yourself become a villain."<br><br>For the first time in feature film-making, IMAX cameras were utilized. Christopher Nolan had wanted to shoot in the IMAX format for years and wound up doing so. Six major action-heavy sequences, along with various high-altitude shots, were filmed on the IMAX ratio. These sequences are available on the Bonus Disc of the 2-Disc DVD Edition.<br><br>I'll give this an average rating of 5/5.<br><br>IF YOU LIKE MY REVIEWS PLEASE FEEL TO LET ME KNOW BY VOTING. THANKSRead full review
- davidnguyennt87Oct 4, 2012by
The batman series were quite good. Lot of action and the meaning behind the movie would make people think and remember about it long before the movie has ended.<br><br>The movie is about how one person fight the injustice and corruption of the society. How one man finds the answer for his life, to remain objective and stay firm in his believe about the good in people, the upholding of laws and not to fall-over to the dark side. Watch it and see for yourself.
- jessicann0317Aug 21, 2012by
A++ you should watch this movie :) great value and price
i love love this movie. i bought it because its an awesome movie i love the new batman movies. Great price cheaper online then in stores. Make sure u watch the first batman :) The director does an awesome job with these movies, alot of action and its funny.
- mtom973Aug 16, 2012by
Kickass Batman Movie
The Dark Knight is one of the best movies I've seen in the last couple of years. This one definitely put Nolan on the map and became one of the highest grossing movies of all time. Bale and Ledger have the perfect chemistry for the Batman/ Joker relationship. If you haven't seen Dark Knight yet, pick up a copy asap. You won't be disappointed.