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(2202937) 9.0 152 min 2008

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...

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

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
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Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
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 2H 32M
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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Monday, 20 Jul 2020 06:03

The Dark Knight is an incredible movie, for it's visual effects, good acting, and great story. However, it's a disappointment because the story is so complicated. Christopher Nolan and the film's director, Michael Mann, didn't give the movie the necessary amount of story and character development to make it truly memorable. As for the story itself, the character of Batman is such a huge part of Batman's character. The Dark Knight's story is interesting, but some of the plot twists are unnecessary and the movie does not have enough character development. The movie's story does not explain the extent of the Joker's plan. How many plots do we need to follow up to establish the Joker's plan? It would have been much more effective if the Joker had told Batman he was going to murder his daughter, while Batman (Bruce Wayne) didn't know he was doing so. Then we could have had more of a sense of his fears about her death. Or maybe just to give us a hint of his fear, and not a certain idea that he might kill her. A lot of characters did not get enough screen time, but Nolan does not give his characters enough time. He gives us more "evidence" of Batman's fear of the Joker, but we still don't know the reason why Batman has such a deep concern about him, let alone what that fear is. Batman and Robin, Batman Begins, and Batman Forever showed us that Batman is going to become a great hero, but this movie doesn't do a good job of conveying that Batman has to become a great hero, and showing that Bruce Wayne needs to be a hero for the good of the world. The Joker is just "a villain" or a "victim" or some other horrible label. Nolan also doesn't do a good job at conveying the true significance of Batman and Bruce Wayne. Bruce Wayne is Batman's identity. And Bruce Wayne is Batman's. He is Bruce Wayne, but not Batman. The first two movies of the Batman series were great. Batman Begins, Batman and Robin, and Batman Forever all showed us Batman as Bruce Wayne, and Batman as Bruce Wayne. Nolan needed to do a better job at the character development, and it would have made the movie much better. The Joker and Batman's relationship is interesting, but Nolan fails to convey this relationship. They don't have enough screen time, but the romance between Bruce and Rachel Dawes, which we get to see in Batman Begins, is unbelievable. The two lovers meet in a church and have a passionate affair, but we never see any of that. In the second half of the movie, Bruce and Rachel are in the hospital
Thursday, 16 Jul 2020 01:38

Not really a superhero film. Just an action thriller about an immortal being who has lost his soul and can use his powers only to catch people stealing from him and kill them. Not really a superhero film because its about a being who has lost his soul and can use his powers only to catch people stealing from him and kill them. It would've been better if it was about a man who had lost his soul and just needed to regain his self. I think that this film is a good mix of action, suspense and a little romance. The story is not that complicated. The first half of the film is about Bruce Wayne trying to regain his powers after being injured. The second half is all about Harvey Dent and his quest to get back his soul. It is a little predictable but I have not read the comics and I enjoyed the first half of the film. It was like watching Batman and Robin in action mode. But the second half of the film is a bit hard to follow and will make you lose track of the story. Batman Begins is a classic superhero film which was directed by Christopher Nolan. This is his 3rd film after Batman Begins and Memento. So that's why he should have been given more credit. He knows how to direct a superhero film and has done it in a way that Batman Begins is a classic superhero film. But Batman Begins is not a classic superhero film. The script has some flaws and the story is simple and not that interesting. I also think that the fight scenes are too short and just a short little bit of comic relief. But I can not fault Nolan for directing such a classic superhero film.
Friday, 03 Jul 2020 02:40

It's amazing that the second best movie of 2004, only behind The Matrix Reloaded, has been delivered by the most sentimental (and most unbelievable) hero in the history of cinema. Heath Ledger's Joker makes no sense whatsoever and yet he makes up for it with his sense of style. His skin is a shade of grey, his voice is a hysterical soprano, and the way he moves is nothing short of breathtaking. This guy is real. The movie has always been almost to watch to appreciate the beauty of his performance and the way he brings the character to life is truly astounding. It's unfortunate that the realisation of his character was disappointingly short-lived. His death, the result of Joker's love for Harvey Dent, is one of the great comic book deaths. The only disappointment I had with the movie was how joker's escape from jail was botched. It seemed as if they had been saved from a cliff but instead had to be saved from a bad guy holding a grenade. I was angry about it and thought "Oh! That's what they're trying to make you think." I couldn't believe it when I realised that it's just the "you'll see" thing. And the grenade was in fact in the way. Poor joker. So I was really excited about the part of the movie that had him escaping from jail. But I felt cheated. They probably thought "Oh, we can get away with a few continuity errors, we'll just take it from the original movie and we'll leave it up to the audience to make sense of the movie." And I get it. In a way the new "joker" is a lot less "Dark" than the old one. I don't care if the original was supposed to be more dark. I love the character and his Joker is amazing, but this movie takes things way too far in its attempt to be true to the original character. It kills him off and makes him look like he's been here before. That's what makes the Joker in this movie such an amazing performance. Heath Ledger plays the character really well. He makes the character totally believable. You love the character because you see him as the hero he is, the un-neo-nazi whose desire for justice is pure and his love for Dent is genuine. And the way he brings his character to life is awesome. There's no way he should have been able to pull off this role, and yet he does. The new version of the Joker is a tragedy. The character is so spectacular that you can't help but love him and you hate him at the same time. You can't help

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