Im Internet sind jetzt drei neue Kritiken zum kommenden Batman Film The Dark Knight aufgetaucht: 10/10: Yes, I loved THE DARK KNIGHT. It is a moody tale about the struggle of good and evil, and everything in between. I want to go on and discuss particular scenes that I found to be powerful, but I really think you need to go into it as fresh as possible. Surprisingly the trailers which seem to give too much away, don’t really come close to revealing what happens throughout. But what does happen, is just as enticing as the brief glimpse during the preview. One complaint some may have is the length. It is around two and a half hours, but frankly, I didn’t feel it. In fact, a friend of mine who attended the screening with me, looked at me after the end credits… he wanted to watch it again right then and there. I guess with any movie, you should try and not build it up too much, because there is always someone who won’t like a certain film no matter what it is. Yet in the end, Heath Ledger’s Joker, Aaron Eckland’s Harvey Dent, and a phenomenal vision realized by Christopher Nolan makes TDK easily one of the years best. 5/5: That said, "The Dark Knight" is already tracking as one of the highest grossing films of all time. It is poised to beat Spider-Man 3. And it deserves a tender spot at the top of the box offices charts. This is one of the best films of the summer. And there is no doubt about it, is the best "Batman" film ever made. (Thought, I still have a soft place in my heart for the big screen 60s outing staring Adam West and Burt Ward.)

Should you see "The Dark Knight"? Should you pee when you have to go really bad? The answer to both questions is, "Yes!"

Und auch Regisseur Kevin Smit (Clerks 2) hat den Film bereits gesehen: Without giving anything away, this is an epic film (and trust me: based on the sheer size and scope of the visuals and storytelling, that’s not an overstatement). It’s the “Godfather II” of comic book films and three times more earnest than “Batman Begins” (and fuck, was that an earnest film). Easily the most adult comic book film ever made. Heath Ledger didn’t so much give a performance as he disappeared completely into the role; I know I’m not the first to suggest this, but he’ll likely get at least an Oscar nod (if not the win) for Best Supporting Actor. Fucking flick’s nearly three hours long and only leaves you wanting more (in a great way). I can’t imagine anyone being disappointed by it. Nolan and crew have created something close to a masterpiece.
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