Start nights tonight for 12 nights so will have to wait. I will feel like a bat by the time I get to see it.
agreed he was awesome but I have heard Tom Hardy is meant to play a pretty good role!!!
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loss of virginity, falling in love, wedding day, birth of first child or a ten to ten am showing of the third sequel of Batman at the local cinema?
Bane wasn't one of my favourite charecters although I'm a massive fan of Tom Hardy...so I'll be hanging on till tomorrow!!!
Well in Cardiff on tuesday while showin the graduation ceremony over the big screen by St David's Hall, one name called out sounded a lot like Batman Wang.
Unfortunate or Epic?
But excited for more caped crusader! Although I'm not sure how the funny lisp gadget means no one knows his true identity... But I do want that bike from dark knight!
To be fair, there's been a fair number of shootings in Europe in recent years, not to mention the general carnage elsewhere in the world on a daily basis.
Where is Batman when you need him?
Someone in THE SAME FILM totally outclassed Ledger (who I do rate highly btw)
I'm not sure claims to a cause make it any better. And given the size of the US, you will have a greater proportion of people who are sufficiently mentally unstable to want to cause carnage.
Its sad for the people killed but equally sad for the killer. Much like the chap last week who knifed his kids and then himself, you have to wonder about the dark place these people get in to. Could they have been spotted earlier and given the help they needed?
Of course, with the right to bear arms causing chaos like this, and the rightwing gun-nut lobby blind to what is happening in front of them, the US' persuit of "personal freedom from regulation" does seem missguided, to say the least
Saw it yesterday and was quite disappointed overall
Don't want to spoil anything for those who haven't seen it yet, but yeah Bane wasn't a great villain plus i dont realy rate Christian Bale
this film is stuffed in the box office now aint it?
It'll only take someone letting off a good fart to set off a firestorm from concealed weapons.
You mean the former Mrs Cruise?
> Someone in THE SAME FILM totally outclassed Ledger (who I do rate highly btw)
Batman injured (apparently beyond recovery), Robin as the new superhero.
I have to admit I never guessed than Bane would turn out to be Alfred's son.
Well, that post didn't spoil the movie for the rest of us.....
You colossal tool....
Saved me a couple of quid I suppose, but...yeah.
Opening scenes seem to be filmed in scotland? Looked like some very familiar hills theres.
> Batman injured (apparently beyond recovery), Robin as the new superhero.
> I have to admit I never guessed than Bane would turn out to be Alfred's son.
Either you were trying to be funny or you haven't understood the movie at all.
Saw it on saturday and found it quite enjoyable.
Just seen Batman tonight. Yes I know its been on for weeks but I got round to it. My opinion is, great film but the magic of the last film, with the Joker wasn't in this one. I'd dearly love to do Cat Woman over the Bat Bike, and who wouldn't. Robin was real and believable and Batman was his normal wooden self.
But the villain was just too cheesey and unbelievable right from the beginning. I felt like I was watching the baddy from the Ninja Turtles rather than some supper villain in a Blockbuster.
Great film but not as great as the one before it.
On the plus side, while leaving Cleveleys cinema I was presented with one of the most spectacular of sunsets in many a year. It isn't every day that the air is clear enough to see the sillouette of the Isle of Mann under a fiery sky
Similarly disapointed, enjoyed the opening scene though especially since it was filmed up near Feshiebridge.
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