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The Dark Knight is a movie starring Christian Bale, Heath Ledger, and Aaron Eckhart. When the menace known as the Joker wreaks havoc and chaos on the people of Gotham, Batman must accept one of the greatest psychological and...

Action, Thriller, Drama, Crime
Christopher Nolan
Heath Ledger, Aaron Eckhart, Christian Bale, Michael Caine

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Genres Action, Thriller, Drama, Crime
Director Christopher Nolan
Writer Christopher Nolan, Christopher Nolan, Jonathan Nolan, David S. Goyer, Bob Kane
Stars Heath Ledger, Aaron Eckhart, Christian Bale, Michael Caine
Country USA, UK
Also Known As The Dark Knight: Le chevalier noir, Rökkurriddarinn, Batman: El Caballero de la Noche, Batman 2 - El caballero de la noche, Le chevalier noir, Vitez teme, Temný Rytier, Tamsos riteris, Pimeduse rüütel, A sötét lovag, Ο σκοτεινός ιππότης, Yön ritari, Batman Begins 2, Bianfu xia - Heiye zhi shen, Kỵ Sĩ Bóng Đêm, Batman: Atsawinrattikan, Tumšais bruņinieks, Kalorësi i Errësirës, Mroczny rycerz, Cavalerul negru, Untitled Batman Begins Sequel, Batman: O Cavaleiro das Trevas, O skoteinos ippotis, Vitez tame, The Dark Knight: The IMAX Experience, Kara Şövalye, Dâku naito, O Cavaleiro das Trevas, Rory's First Kiss, Temný rytíř, Мрачни витез, Iravu Kavalan, ダークナイト, 黑暗騎士, Mračni vitez, Batman: The Dark Knight, Winter Green, Shavi Raindi, 蝙蝠侠:黑暗骑士, Il cavaliere oscuro, El cavaller fosc, Batman: El caballero de la noche, Batman - El caballero de la noche, El caballero oscuro
Runtime 2 h 32 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description With the help of allies Lieutenant James Gordon and District Attorney Harvey Dent, Batman has been able to keep a tight lid on crime in Gotham City. But when a vile young criminal calling himself "The Joker" suddenly throws the city into chaos, the Caped Crusader begins to tread a fine line between heroism and vigilantism.

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Sunday, 23 Aug 2020 17:39

I have to admit that I did not have much expectations about this movie when it was announced. I had read some reviews of it and heard that the movie was supposed to be a dark revenge movie, so I knew I would not be impressed with the story. And while I had been excited to see a comic book movie, I had been disappointed. But I wasn't expecting much when it came out that it was a superhero movie. I had been told by a friend that the movie was going to be the most exciting superhero movie since Spiderman. I went into the movie with a good mind, but when I saw the previews for the movie, I started thinking that maybe it wasn't going to be the best superhero movie, but at least the best superhero movie I had ever seen. But I was wrong. The movie is a comic book movie that is entertaining. The story is good, the story moves slowly, the characters are well developed, and the story is complete. The only thing that is good about the movie is the casting, they do an excellent job. Christian Bale is amazing as Batman, Morgan Freeman is awesome as Alfred, Michael Caine is great as Lucius Fox, and Tom Hardy is amazing as Bane. Every character in the movie has a unique reason to be in the movie. Even though some of the characters are good and the story is complete, the movie does not suffer from any character problems. In fact, I think the characters are more interesting than the characters in the movie. The only problem is the editing of the movie. Some of the scenes are a bit hard to understand, and in some places the movie tries to make you think. But it does not matter because the movie is extremely entertaining. The best part of the movie is Batman. Batman is the best superhero movie since Spiderman. The character is portrayed by the actor who portrays Batman. Christian Bale is not the best Batman, but he is the best Batman. He portrays Batman as a man that doesn't want to be a hero, but is pushed to be one by a father figure. He is a man that is capable of doing anything, but he just doesn't want to do anything. I think that the character is much more believable than the character in the Spiderman movies, which made the character not that likable. I was impressed by the fight scenes between Batman and Bane. It was very good. Some people may find the fights a little bit too over the top, but I think it is important to know that Batman doesn't win every battle. He does get hurt
Tuesday, 04 Aug 2020 11:56

There is a kind of comfort and safety that comes from watching a film like this, in a time where films are just being made for the purpose of making money, instead of being about good storytelling. The reason I like The Dark Knight so much is because it is one of those films that is able to bring the viewer in, and keep them engaged with a story that will keep them thinking. The film does not take a point of view, but instead works on all levels of storytelling. It is both a great film and a great film in the same day, which I think is why it will remain one of the best movies of the year. Every single actor in the film is doing a great job, and while I do not believe Christian Bale will win an Oscar for his performance as the Joker, he is definitely deserving of it. The film doesn't hold back, and the dialogue between Bruce Wayne and Batman is at times brilliant, and at other times, laugh out loud hilarious. The acting throughout the film is brilliant, and really makes you care about the characters, and the way they develop. Bane is definitely the best villain in the entire movie, and it is a shame that the film is not able to do anything with him. He is the perfect villain for this film, and I am really looking forward to seeing him in the next one. The Dark Knight does not hold back on it's violence, and the film does not take a point of view. It works on all levels of storytelling, and it is such a joy to see the film this way. The film has great characters, great story, and great acting. I give The Dark Knight 9/10.
Saturday, 20 Jun 2020 18:00

With Dark Knight, Christopher Nolan is doing what he does best - putting Batman back on the silver screen. I'm not saying Nolan's Batman isn't a good character (it's pretty good, but let's be honest, we know he's Batman), but for me he is way more powerful and iconic than Christian Bale's Batman. He reminds me of my boyhood - he's got a big scar on his face, he's got a bat costume, he's got all the gadgets, he's got the gadgets, and he's Batman! Christian Bale's Batman isn't as good as Heath Ledger's Batman. He doesn't have the emotion and he's not the "perfect" Batman, but he's still very good. He has a big scar on his face, he's got a bat costume, he's got all the gadgets, and he's Batman. I love the way Nolan has taken the same character that Batman is, and put it into a new setting. It's almost like the characters are the same, but they're different. That's why Batman is Batman, but Bruce Wayne isn't Batman. Batman is the symbol of Batman, and Bruce Wayne is Bruce Wayne. Nolan did a great job taking Batman and putting him in a new setting. Heath Ledger's Batman was a little out of place, and he didn't do a very good job of representing the character. But that's not the only reason why I didn't like his portrayal. For one thing, he never told us anything about him other than he was a thief and a hit-man. That's not enough to really make you want to follow him around and experience what he was going through. Another thing is that he was much too "cool" for the part. The character of Bruce Wayne was a character that needed a little more romance in it, and it was one of the most important parts of the comics, but Ledger's portrayal of Bruce Wayne is too cool and over the top. He doesn't have the emotion that Batman has. In the comics, he's a very flawed character, and the love interest of Bruce Wayne is someone who needs to be "in love" with him. Instead, Ledger's portrayal of Bruce Wayne is a bit too straight-laced and too jolly. That's why he doesn't really represent Batman properly. In my opinion, Ledger's portrayal of Batman is one of the greatest Batman performances ever. He was great in the way he portrayed the character and he was a good actor. Unfortunately, he was also

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