Oscars; The Dark Knight Rises (2012) 0 Comment. Spoiler alert: this breakdown contains crucial information about the plot. The three Batman films from Christopher Nolan, Jonathan Nolan and David Goyer are incredibly ambitious super-hero movies. These writers aspire to high art, and in the case of The Dark Knight, they succeed. The Dark Knight is a truly great film. But the pressure to build on.
The Dark Knight Rises is a damn good film, but what it also showcases is Christopher Nolan’s ability to balance the movie so both the hardcore and the casual fan can appreciate it. The movie has been out for about 2 weeks now; I think it’s high time we put some spoilers up, some of these spoilers have a connection to Nolan’s vision some are just Easter Eggs. Before you jump to the next.
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Whether you believe Rises is a better film than The Dark Knight or not, there is the possibility that Nolan's efforts in the series as a whole will be rewarded this time around with at least a few.
In 2009, the Academy Awards committed one of their greatest sins of all time and failed to nominate The Dark Knight in the Best Picture category. Fortunately, they didn’t overlook Heath Ledger.
As the summer season wraps up in a few weeks, its safe to say the only real big Oscar contender is Christopher Nolan’s “The Dark Knight Rises.” How refreshing that THE most anticipated film of 2012 was this exceptional and deserves Oscar nominations! It was jaw dropping spectacular, action packed, and a briskly paced 2 hours and 36 minutes of film. What makes “The Dark Knight Rises.
The Dark Knight Rises News. . and more will be recognized for the Oscars recognizing achievements in film this year. But the Grammys have a different timetable for awards and so a mix of music.
No it doesn't particularly and, sure enough, it hasn't got any. I think it's fair enough when you look at many of the films that were nominated. I enjoyed TDKR, but it wasn't one of the year's stand-out films by a long shot. answer to Why didn't.