10 Things We Now Know About The Dark Knight Rises

What we learned from the Dark Knight Rises promo footage

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    • FBBJohnson

      Dec 9th 2011, 23:27

      Whoa, whoa, whoa. Too many spoilers!

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    • bernardshakey

      Dec 10th 2011, 1:13

      I read he says after being asked about taking off his mask he says it would be extremely painful...for you.

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    • bachchan

      Dec 10th 2011, 19:33

      I want to see this movie as much as the next person, but the fact that I can't see the prologue in the Midlands is really annoying. Can somone just leak the footage already!

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    • douchebag1

      Dec 11th 2011, 3:49

      My favorite Nolan moment, and one I believe is tantamount to the whole Batman series, one that makes my spine tingle: Batman just saved Rachel Dawes and a young boy in the narrows . He rushes to the edge of the roof and is about to take flight, but Rachel stops him. "Wait, at least tell us your name. You could die," she says. "It's not who I am on the inside," he says. "It's what I do that defines me." In the comics, Batman has always defined himself by his parents' death. But in the first Nolan movie, it's not just his parents' death, it's Rachel schooling him on the meaning of justice. I paraphrase what she says early on: "Look around you. Things are worse than ever. This city is creating new Joe Chill's every day. Faclone might not have killed your parents but he's killing everything they've stood for." Bruce takes this lesson to heart. What she's taught him is important. When he comes back to Gotham, she thinks he's just another playboy. She tells him, You still might be that great kid I knew. But it's not who you are on the inside, it's what you do that defines you. And he echoes those words back! In a flash, she realizes she misjudged him, that her words got through, that her childhood friend, consumed with rage and vengeance, now understands the meaning of justice. He is a true hero. He cares about others more than himself. That's BATMAN!

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