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‘The Dark Knight Rises’: 73 complaints in 3 minutes

- January 5th, 2013

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Maybe you didn’t think anything was wrong with Christopher Nolan’s final chapter in his Batman trilogy. Heck, you probably liked it (cough, me). But the folks at CinemaSins have found plenty to gripe about notching 73 complaints about The Dark Knight Rises.

Boiled down into one, three-minute, 32-second video, the movie is dissected and taken to task. Batman’s voice, cable reception in the underground prison Bruce Wayne finds himself in, car chases that start in daylight and then end in darkness (um, even I noticed that one) and people falling down for no reason are just some of the film’s many problems.

CinemaSins are no strangers for taking big movies to task. They’ve also targeted Prometheus – which nets a whopping 82 complaints, including a discount Tom Hardy – The Avengers and The Amazing Spiderman.

If you found The Dark Knight Rises a bit of a letdown, here’s more proof that you were right all along not to drink the Nolan Kool-Aid.

Note: This video contains spoilers!

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4 comments

  1. joji spi | January 6, 2013 at 11:52 am

    hey buddies but the movie is an awsome flick and an awsome one ……best superhero movie of all the year

  2. Generic | January 6, 2013 at 1:35 pm

    @joji spi

    But that’s wrong, the best superhero movie was Dredd. This trilogy is incredibly overrated, Nolan’s directing is basic and mistake prone, the writing was decent except for some terrible lines. Bane’s death was handled terribly and he had no motivation for destroying Gotham; originally it was because Gotham was evil but it had since become fairly peaceful and he wants it gone anyways.

  3. snacks | January 6, 2013 at 10:58 pm

    i disagree. Batman 3 quite possibly is the most boring superhero movie ever made. Excellent movie for helping cure insomnia.

  4. James | January 7, 2013 at 2:19 pm

    i agree with joji’s sentiment… the movie was a lot of fun, flaws and all.
    blockbusters aren’t meant to be ultra-real. they only need to be real enough that you can suspend disbelief.

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