Has anyone talked about how this movie has some or the worst sound mixing ever put together?
Watched in theaters on Batman Day
Viewing this again in the cinema was an absolutely incredible experience.
I felt like a teenager again watching it for the first time during some sequences.
The sound design, the menacing presence of Bane, the music, the vibration of uncertainty throughout the whole film... especially after a few days of a 9/11 anniversary... bone-chilling.
I felt every snap.
One of the most intense and emotional experiences I've had in the theatre for awhile... and I've probably seen this movie 30 times already.
I sincerely hope Nolan returns to this form.
"ALONG THE WATCHTOWER"
"(I Don't Know Why) But I Do"
"Walk Right In"
"Land of 1000 Dances"
"Blowin' in the Wind"
"I Can't Help Myself (Sugar Pie Honey Bunch)"
"Rainy Day Women #12 and 35"
"Sloop John B"
"For What It's Worth"
"What The World Needs Now"
"Break on Through (To The Other Side)"
"San Francisco (Be Sure To Wear Flowers In Your Hair)"
"Turn! Turn! Turn! (To…
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
This is two and a half hours of tedious stupidity in the form of incoherent, one-note nonsense.
There really was no point for the six act structure, other than to make the movie seem more important than it actually is.
All of them look and feel the same.
It has no idea how to build tension other than splicing quickly edited shots for shock value.
The 70s throwback cinematography with all the zooms, in the vain of films like Don't…