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The Dark Knight Rises: The Official Novelization By Greg Cox, The Dark Knight Directed by Christopher Nolan With Christian Bale, Heath Ledger, Aaron Eckhart, Michael Caine 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 physical tests of his ability to fight injustice. The Dark Knight film The Dark Knight nickname was first applied to Batman in Batman , in a story written by Bill Finger The Dark Knight was filmed primarily in Chicago, as well as in several other locations in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Hong Kong. The Dark Knight Rotten Tomatoes Confidently directed, dark, brooding, and packed with impressive action sequences and a complex story, The Dark Knight includes a career defining turn from Heath Ledger as well as other Oscar Watch The Dark Knight Prime Video The Dark Knight The Dark Knight reunites Christian Bale with director Christopher Nolan and takes Batman across the world in his quest to fight a growing criminal threat known as The Joker. The Dark Knight Two Disc Special Edition Dark Knight disc Special Edition DVD The follow up to Batman Begins, THE DARK KNIGHT reunites director Christopher Nolan and star Christian Bale, who reprises the role of BATMAN BRUCE WAYNE in his continuing war on crime With the help of LT. The Dark Knight Full Cast Crew The Dark Knight cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and Menu Movies Showtimes Tickets Showtimes Tickets Top Rated Movies Most Popular Movies Browse by Genre Top Box Office In Theaters Coming Soon Coming Soon DVD Blu Ray Releases Release Calendar Movie News India Spotlight. The Dark Knight YouTube Apr , This time, Heath Ledger joins the cast as The Joker, and Aaron Eckhart stars as Harvey Dent in an all new adventure of The Dark Knight With the help of The Dark Knight Official Trailer Christopher Dec , The Dark Knight Official Trailer Christopher Nolan Movie HD Subscribe to CLASSIC TRAILERS Subscribe to TRAILERS The Dark Knight Rises The Dark Knight Rises is a superhero film directed by Christopher Nolan, who co wrote the screenplay with his brother Jonathan Nolan, and the story with David S Goyer Based on the DC Comics character Batman, the film is the final installment in Nolan s The Dark Knight Trilogy, and the sequel to The Dark Knight . The Dark Knight Full Movie Genvideos The Dark Knight HD p Rating . Storyline Batman raises the stakes in his war on crime With the help of Lieutenant Jim Gordon and District Attorney Harvey Dent, Batman sets out to dismantle the remaining criminal organizations that plague the city streets The partnership proves to be effective, but they soon find themselves

  • Title: The Dark Knight Rises: The Official Novelization
  • Author: Greg Cox
  • ISBN: 9781781161067
  • Page: 475
  • Format: Paperback
  • Every hero has a journeyEvery journey has an endEight years have passed since Batman was last seen in Gotham City Bruce Wayne s alter ego is hunted by the law, and nothing it seems can bring him back Not even a brazen theft committed by the enigmatic and seductive cat burglar Selina Kyle inside the walls of Wayne Manor itself.But then a deadly new threat appearsEvery hero has a journeyEvery journey has an endEight years have passed since Batman was last seen in Gotham City Bruce Wayne s alter ego is hunted by the law, and nothing it seems can bring him back Not even a brazen theft committed by the enigmatic and seductive cat burglar Selina Kyle inside the walls of Wayne Manor itself.But then a deadly new threat appears, as if out of nowhere Bane Huge, powerful, and terrifyingly methodical, Bane is bent on spreading chaos and death Commissioner Gordon and the GCPD are unable to stop him and have nowhere to turn But after so many years, can the Dark Knight once again save Gotham from its gravest threat yet The official novelization of the final chapter in Christopher Nolan s epic, The Dark Knight Trilogy.
    The Dark Knight Rises The Official Novelization Every hero has a journeyEvery journey has an endEight years have passed since Batman was last seen in Gotham City Bruce Wayne s alter ego is hunted by the law and nothing it seems can bring him back

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    2. Rating 3.5I don t even know how to rate this book I ll just go for middle ground.Movie novelisations are usually pretty boring I mainly got this book because I knew it would be like a companion to the film, as there were a lot of unanswered questions that The Dark Knight Rises left gaping open And yes, it can act as a translator for Bane s speech, though to be fair, his sound had been considerably altered in post production, so he was mostly decipherable Does the novel answer questions Yes, and [...]

    3. This seems to be the year I turn to movie novelizations for reading material, as Greg Cox s adaptation of The Dark Knight Rises marks the third novel of this ilk that I ve read this year The best novelizations in my view deliver the action of the film in printed form, while taking any opportunities to expand the storyline or deepen characterizations in a meaningful way As such, this book falls somewhere in between better than most, but not as good as it could ve been.The Dark Knight Rises picks [...]

    4. The book was well written, albeit at a teenage level and the story was scene for scene the movie So whatever problems I or anyone has with the movie they exist exactly the same in the book It also offers some insight into what the characters are thinking which at times plays out like a cheesy private detective novel Is this review too harsh, Nick thought to himself as he read the words back, never mind that, he concluded, there is no room for mercy in this cold world SPOILERS For me the problem [...]

    5. This story has everything It is well written True to the character, taking elements from some of the best Batman comics Kinghtfall, No Man s land, and Dark Knight Returns the comic not the last movie Not giving too much away the basic story is Gotham has had 8 years of peace with no need of the Batman or Bruce Wayne Now this is coming to an end thanks to the arrival of Bane Comic fans already know who he is, but his origins are slightly different in the book, and he might not even be the biggest [...]

    6. I m rating this a 4 out of 5 as it does a good job of capturing the plot lines of the film and clarified a few points for me that I missed while watching it A few times there was the sense that perhaps the novelization was based on a early script rather than the finished film as some touches were missing I m not talking about anything major, I mean little things like the scene with the orphan boy drawing bat symbols with chalk that was in the trailer and in the final film but is not mentioned in [...]

    7. A tightly written, faithful adaptation that retains the grand blockbuster pace of the film well Those looking for deleted scenes will be disappointed The only real additions are Cox s takes on the characters thoughts between their spoken lines, although it appears that most people s inner monologues are staggeringly dull and literal Whoadid he just say what I think he said is one such groaner from the opening chapter Ultimately, this delivers exactly what it promises a good read for those lookin [...]

    8. There s a couple of great tidbits of information that were not in the movie A few scenes are written differently than they were filmed It s a perfectly reasonable use of 6.

    9. Cleared up a few things for me Don t know why they explained Bane s mask in the book but not the movie Can t wait to see the movie again D

    10. Original Post thefoundingfields 2012 08 An epic story, some amazing set pieces and moves at a spectacularly fast pace, the novel may not be as good as the film but it s something that shouldn t be overlooked The Founding FieldsThe novelization of The Dark Knight Rises is the first movie tie in that I brought since the novelization for the third Pirates of the Caribbean Movie, and to be honest, I don t even know why I brought that I didn t even like the film, and the version that I picked up didn [...]

    11. all superhero fans gather around and give a bow to Nolan.What a movie and what a book.The climax gave me goosebumps all over again.First rate stuff for guys who are ardent fans of comics.An exhilarating read.

    12. CIA MAN Dr Pavel, I m CIA Dr Pavel nods, nervous CIA Man hands the Driver a briefcase DRIVER He wasn t alone CIA Man, confused, spots the Hooded Men He turns to Dr Pavel CIA MAN You don t get to bring friends DR PAVEL SHAKEN They are not my friends DRIVER Don t worry, no charge for them CIA MAN Why would I want them DRIVER They were trying to grab your prize Smiles They work for the mercenary The masked man CIA MAN EXCITED Bane The Driver nods CIA Man turns to his Special Forces Men CIA MAN Get [...]

    13. So I watched The Dark Knight Rises in theatres and was blown away After dissapointments with The Amazing Spiderman and Prometheus it felt good to watch a good film since The Avengers Whilst strolling through Wall Mart with Dark Knight fever I stumbled upon the novelization and immediately bought it And I must say this was worth my money Even if you have seen the movie already I would recommened that you read the book Basically the book is exactly like the movie but in page format Though as you r [...]

    14. The Dark Knight Rises novelization was really good I would recommend it because it is a great tale of redemption and bravery how a man who was on top of the world falls to the bottom and rises up from the ashes This book is best suited for Batman fans, but is still a great tale on its own The title fits as well as a key fits in its lock there is perhaps no other that would be better.Bruce Wayne has been inactive as Batman for eight years ever since the death of his love, Rachel Dawes, at the han [...]

    15. Greg Cox s novelized version delves deeper into the final instalment of The Dark Knight Trilogy.If you simply expect the screenplay to be transformed into prose, then you ll be happy to know that Cox has done this admirably well Added descriptions and character thoughts give further dimensions to the story, especially to the explosive, chaotic scenes and the Joker s whereabouts and past havocs The writing, however, can be a bit juvenile, cringe inducing at times and not all dialogue and scenes a [...]

    16. W.O.W I enjoyed it to the core.I am not saying the book is better than the movie That is just impossible.But, if anyone wants to relive the TDKR magic or if anyone wants finer details of the movie or if anyone wants to read and savor all the dialogues or even if anyone just wants to read a good, action packed book, they should definitely give this book a try Advantages of reading the official novelization 1 You get to stretch the movie length from 165 mins to 300 mins.2 You get to hear the name [...]

    17. Oh So that was what Bane said Now that I know what he and the other characters were saying, I think I get it Maybe I ll go see the film again and take this book along with me so that I can read along when the muffling mask and the annoyingly loud soundtrack and special effects playing while main plot points are being said won t detract from my enjoying the movie this time gasp, sigh The Dark Knight Rises actually is a very good script and ending to a fine trilogy of movies This novelization is, [...]

    18. Bruce Wayne will don Batman s cowl one last time in Greg Cox s The Dark Knight Rises.This novelization of the movie on the same name completes Christopher Nolen s Dark Knight trilogy I read the other two novelizations of Batman Begins and The Dark Knight I must admit I enjoyed them a bit than this one because they delved deeper than the movies The Dark Knight Rises went by the movie with very little extra.The writing was fast paced yet felt a bit simplistic at times I loved the introduction of [...]

    19. I was wondering whether I should give this book four or five star rating, but I decided to be generous There are several reasons for that First, I love the epic story of Christopher Nolan, Jonathan Nolan and David S Goyer Rises is by far my favorite Batman movie Second, the book was a gripping read and it was hard for me to put it down, which is always a bonus And third while the novelization of Greg Cox is not as impressive as what Matthew Stover did with the Revenge of the Sith it is well writ [...]

    20. A quote in this book that caught my attention is your not batman any Alfred says this to Bruce when they are deciding if he should come out of hiding to stop this new masked named Bane This Bane is terrorizing the city and no one is doing anything about it The police have tried to stop his acts of terrorism yet they cant do it without the dark knight That quote stood out to me because I felt the emotion of Alfred caing for Bruce Alfred feels that Bruce wants to be defeated so that he will have a [...]

    21. If you loved The Dark Knight Rises or Nolan s trilogy as a whole you will enjoy this book It goes line for line and scene for scene from the film hence, novelization but with momentary glimpses into the characters emotions and overall tidbits that might have otherwise been missed The writing wasn t anything spectacular with minor typos Blake s name is misspelled as Black at one point and the occasional missing preposition the, to etc it could have been refined hello Mr editor That aside, it was [...]

    22. The Dark Knight Rises official novelization picks up eight years later, after the death of Harvey Dent and the arrest of The Joker Batman has not been seen for the last eight years, and Bruce Wayne has been in hiding But a mysterious, yet sexy, cat burglar arrives into Bruce s life as well as Batman s, as well as a deadly new threat by the name of Bane Bruce has no choice but to put on the mask one last time and save Gotham once .I loved the book I ve always been a fan of Batman ever since I was [...]

    23. I have no idea at all where to begin with this book It was good and that is saying something since novelizations always suck.For once I was able to read a novelization in which I actually knew what was going on Yes Cox did take a lot of the dialogue from the movie but still it was fantastic Considering the hardcore music in the background of the movie and how they were practically whispering, it was nice to read the book and be like oh, so that is what they were saying, or wow she just verbally [...]

    24. A faithful novelization of the concluding chapter of the most engrossing in my opinion movie serial on the Batman to date.I was sort of disappointed on one aspect The story thread on Ras al Ghul built up from the previous novelizations by Dennis O Neil with hints of a Lazarus Pit, etc This novel does away with that and basically started Ras story after he climbed out of The Pit and he was supposed to be a mercenary.With that aside, it was an enjoyably fast read and fills in backstory on John Bla [...]

    25. That s how a novelization should be written Greg Cox doesn t add any new scenes that weren t in the movie itself but he lets the reader peek at the characters thoughts and emotions I wanted to learn about Talia and Bane and I did a bit, most importantly though, their genuine affection and devotion to each other was confirmed by this book And we also learned about John Blake and Commissioner Gordon Batman and Catwoman have never been a big draw for me in this book movie so I appreciated that ot [...]

    26. This book was a bit of an impulse buy for me, I loved the movie, and I was very excited to read this book It did not disappoint, Bruce, Blake, Selina, Alfred, Commissioner Gordon are amazing characters You really get a in depth look at the characters like, Alfred, Blake and Jim Gordonen you do in the movie If I pegged the movie and book head to headI would have to say that the book came out on top, there may have been ALOT detail and action in the movie, but the detail of the characters in the [...]

    27. I loved this book as much as I loved the movie Of course I saw the movie before I read the book because I think the book came out after the movie Christopher Nolan wanting to be all secretive and what not This book was so close to the movie I felt like I was watching the movie the whole time I was reading The author did a wonderful job of getting the reader inside the character s head and did a wonderful job getting around to every detail that happened in the movie Great book Highly recommended [...]

    28. When I watched the film, I remember how instantly gripped I was by the notion of the so called Clean Slate, which was Selina Kyle s main motive This particular contrivance would allow her to erase herself from any database and thus making her cease to exist That was enough for Nolan s Catwoman to climb all the way up to my favourites And I m not so sure myself, whether I m reviewing the novelizaion or the film.

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