Average User Score: 8.4Jul 24, 2012I genuinely don't know where to start in describing how much of a let down this film was for me and my partner.
The film was badly written,I genuinely don't know where to start in describing how much of a let down this film was for me and my partner.
The film was badly written, poorly delivered, bizarrely directed and disjointedly edited.
The whole feel of the film is of a three part-er hacked down into a muddled trailer because of intellectually property issues or breached artiste/acting contracts.
The film draws upon the phenomenally successful "Knight Fall" comic trilogy but then dumps all of its good points in favor of a PC "let's make sure we've covered all of the minority groups in the casting even if we need to jettison the key points"
Bane sounds like an infant shouting through a kazoo, Hathaway manages to make wearing a cat suit look awkward to the point of puritanical, Gary Oldman looks like he's auditioning to replace David Jason as Frost, and Batman does nothing but whine.
Michael Caine struggles with difficult dialogue but nevertheless has us rummaging through girlfriends handbags for tissues as Batman declines into obscurity and Gordon-Levitt has us screaming at the screen to ditch the whine-y old fart and (as Michael Caine in his Harry Palmer days might have said) "get in the bladdy suit!"
This is a film aching to be remade and remade better, which is a shame because everything was already available to Nolan to get it right the first time.… Expand