Really though, I did like the film. I can't go into these movies with the mindset that they're good in a technical sense. All three of Nolan's Batman films (specifically Begins and Rises) have plenty of holes, plot contrivances and moments that outright defy logic. What Nolan does do well is characterization. The emotion. The experience. They're excellently cast, acted and presented. In that sense, I enjoyed Rises, and found the overall trilogy memorable.
Treasure Planet 7.4/10
A very underrated movie in Disney's arsenal. It definitely isn't one of Disney's best, but i really liked the interpretation of Treasure Island, and it has some great scenes. It was a long time since i had last seen it, so i decided to revisit it. A shame it didn't do that well, as i think it's a great film.
I have nothing to say other than this is the perfect end to the trilogy. Granted there were a number of plot holes, but to let them play down this epic piece of film making would be criminal.
5 Stars without doubt.
Saw it, fantastic movie all around, and a great conclusion to a great trilogy. I think what I loved about it is that it seemed more like a superhero movie, unlike TDK, which is a truly amazing movie, but's more of a crime drama with Batman in it. This felt more like the right tone for a Bats movie, definitely enjoyed it. Hathaway as Catwoman stole the show, really loved her scenes, and Bane was fucking killer, really threatening and badass, Zimmer's score is amazing as ever, loved the rest of the supporting cast, especially Alfred's relationship with Bruce, even if it seemed to fade away for the rest of the movie. Scarecrow's cameo was cool to see as well. I do admit the whole Robin thing came off as a bit forced, but ignoring that, Nolan crafted a fine trilogy that ranks up there with the greats, and I loved every minute of it.
Batman Returns. This and the original are the only two of that series I can take seriously, even though it doesn't portray Gotham as a big city, I can tell it is just a movie set, but it's better than Batman Forever and its peice of shit sequel, where the city was lit up with strobe lights. The only thing I kind of liked about that movie was that there were more action scenes, even if they were done terribly, but at least they tried.
Anywho Batman Returns 8/10 Danny Devito was awesome as the penguin, and Michael Keaton is still my favourite batman. I wished it wasn't so dark though because if it was more 'kid friendly' Burton would've continued the series, and have of the cast would've been black.
Brave It's worth a watch. It's not the best Pixar movie ever, but it's not nearly as bad as their last one. (shudder)Spys? REALLY?
The Plot is fairly predictable, but the movie did get a few laughs out of me. I won't spoil anything, but I'd reccommend seeing it if you're a Pixar fan. 7.5/10
The Dark Knight Rises
Like a lot of people have said before, this isn't the best movie ever, and it certainly isn't the best Batman. I blame that on a lack of Heath Ledger. If he were in this movie, it probably would have been perfect, but I digress. The movie has some nice action near the end, but the ending was really REALLY bad. I mean, Robin, seriously. Also, the voice for Batman still seems really forced. But, it is still a fantastic movie, and I would highly recommend it.