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#38. The Dark Knight - Review

The Dark Knight bannerAfter watching the recent release of the full Dark Knight Rises trailer, I couldn't remember what happened to Harvey Dent (aka Two-Face) at the end of The Dark Knight. I could not figure out for the life of me why Aaron Eckhart was not in the new trailer, so I had to rewatch The Dark Knight to refresh my memory. So I won't spoil anything for those of you who are crazy enough not to have seen The Dark Knight yet, but all makes sense now. I have watched this film probably a half-dozen times since its release in 2008, and there is not much more I can say that hasn't already been said a million times before. Heath Ledger gives a masterful performance, Dent is terrifying, and Bale's Batman voice is rediculous. What else is there?

I will say, somewhat surprisingly, the emotional turns the film takes near the end of the 2nd act really hit me hard. I don't know why, but for some reason it got a little dusty during the conversation between Dent and Rachel Dawes before you know what happens. 

I am pretty sure this film will always hold up, and I am trying to keep my expectations low for Rises, I just don't see how Nolan and company can match what the they accomplished with The Dark Knight. I decided to showcase some of my favorite Dark Knight posters and artwork from around the wide world of the internet. I hope you enjoy these images as much as I do!

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