Exit The Dark Knight: Another take on The Batman Trilogy

Sam Kench

Sam Kench

Sam Kench is a high school film fanatic who moonlights as an amateur filmmaker himself. Following in the footsteps of Martin McDonaugh, Darren Aronofsky, and Quentin Tarantino. Also has an aspiration for art and produces many drawings, paintings, and noire art revolving around movies and actors

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5 Responses

  1. Pete R. says:

    Two things I disagree with right away: The title complaint (who cares if all three have The Dark Knight” in the titles or not?), it can be Batman Trilogy or Dark Knight trilogy. The FX thing: What does that have to do with Chris Nolan’s movie? Its not his fault FX plays it too much. I love The Godfather but if AMC plays it too much, does that mean the film is bad? No.

  2. Leone’s first trilogy is also called “the Dollars trilogy” even though The Good the Bad and the Ugly doesn’t have the word “Dollar” in its title. So what?
    Anyways, I enjoyed this movie a lot. It had me smiling like an idiot for like an hour after it ended. Nicely done, mr. Nolan… Once more.

  3. sam says:

    The title thing doesn’t matter really I just thought it was worth mentioning since Nolan did not want The Dark Knight to be in the title of the 3rd one. He was forced by the studio to include it in the title, because the Dark Knight made so much money.

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