Heimlieferung oder in Filiale: The Dark Knight Trilogy [5 BRs] von Christopher Nolan, Beinhaltet: Batman Begins - The Dark Knight - The Dark Knight Rises. 4: Clay (Batman: The Dark Knight series) eBook: Hurwitz, Gregg, Maleev, Alex, He recently announced that he will be developing his Tim Rackley books for. Die The-Dark-Knight-Trilogie bezeichnet drei von Christopher Nolan gedrehte Comicverfilmungen mit Christian Bale in der Hauptrolle. Die drei Filme wurden zwischen 20veröffentlicht und stellen eine Interpretation der Comicfigur Batman.
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Die The-Dark-Knight-Trilogie bezeichnet drei von Christopher Nolan gedrehte Comicverfilmungen mit Christian Bale in der Hauptrolle. Die drei Filme wurden zwischen 20veröffentlicht und stellen eine Interpretation der Comicfigur Batman. Zur The-Dark-Knight-Trilogie gehören: Batman Begins (); The Dark Knight (); The Dark Knight Rises (). Find Dark Knight Trilogy at jazza.nu Movies & TV, home of thousands of titles on Only 5 left in stock - order soon. The Dark Knight Trilogy Limited Edition Collection Set (Batman Begins / The Dark Knight / The The Dark Knight Rises zieht sich dagegen ein wenig, auch wenn dieser Film auch tolle Momente hat. Die preisgekrönte Trilogie "The Dark Knight" des Regisseurs Christopher Nolan enthält BATMAN BEGINS, THE DARK KNIGHT und THE DARK KNIGHT RISES. Christopher Nolan's Batman: The Art and Making of the Dark Knight Trilogy The Art of Batman Begins: Shadows of the Dark Knight She is the author of 10 books covering the making of blockbuster films, If you like me were truly blown away by these Bat masterpieces with the Dark Knight Rises being my fav and my all. 4: Clay (Batman: The Dark Knight series) eBook: Hurwitz, Gregg, Maleev, Alex, He recently announced that he will be developing his Tim Rackley books for. The Dark Knight Rises: Acht Jahre ist es her, dass Batman (Christian Bale) die Schuld an Harvey Dents (Aaron Eckhart) Tod auf sich genommen hat und.
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That film, and the three films that follow, really set the stage for the next 25 years, in which superheroes dominate the box office. Interestingly, three different actors play Batman in this "anthology", and the films themselves vary in both theme and quality.
This is the first "modern" Batman film. It sees Michael Keaton take on the mantle of the Caped Crusader in order to clean up the streets of Gotham ahead of its bicentennial.
In the ensuing fight, Napier is dropped into a vat of chemicals and left for dead. However, he emerges, having been transformed into the madman known as the Joker.
Micheal Keaton and Tim Burton declined to return for another Batman film, unfortunately for us. This meant Batman Forever has a much lighter and quirky tone than the previous films.
While often derided as the absolute worse offering in the Batman series, 90s kids might disagree. We think Batman and Robin is worth a rewatch. The good guys also add a Batgirl to their lineup, the iconic Alicia Silverstone.
What a cast! We even get to see their masked henchman, Bane Jeep Swenson. Perhaps the best part, though, is the 7, ice-related puns said by Dr.
With the end of the first Batman Anthology, also came the end of bat nipples. There was a plan for a fifth film, centered around the villain Scarecrow, which marinated for nearly a decade until Christopher Nolan took over and brought the Batman franchise to unprecedented heights.
So, it's hard to believe this, with the way most superhero franchises work today, but it took five films for us to see the full Batman origin story on the big screen.
Once he finally returns home, he must battle the Scarecrow Cillian Murphy , who uses a mind-altering toxin to cause terrifying hallucinations.
This film serves as a crowning achievement for perhaps all superhero films. We see Batman face-off with his most dangerous nemesis, the Joker, who is played by the late Heath Ledger.
The reality of his life-fighting criminals every night has also set in for Bruce, as a visit to the doctor shows the litany of ways his body has begun to break down.
So, it made sense for DC, with its huge backlog of characters, to create its a wider cinematic universe with Batman tie-ins.
Batman v Superman picks up 18 months after the events of 's Man of Steel. Ben Affleck portrays a version of Bruce Wayne that has been fighting bad guys for 20 years.
He views Superman Henry Cavill as an existential threat to humanity. Batman learns of the stash of kryptonite at Lexcorp and steals it, allowing him to create a Kryptonite-powered suit to defeat Superman.
However, they soon discover they are no match for the creature known as Steppenwolf, who plans to use devices known as Mother Boxes to terraform Earth into an uninhabitable planet like his homeworld.
Check out the Ultimate Edition, too, which has 31 minutes of extra footage. Joker is an origin story for Batman's greatest villain.
It follows Arthur Fleck, played by Joaquin Phoenix, a disturbed man who hopes to be a comedian. We see him transform into the madman known as the Joker.
The film also shows us the death of Bruce Wayne's parents once again, just in case you haven't seen it enough. It's hard to place Joker on this timeline for a few reasons.
However, in the time since then, Joker has been nominated for 11 Academy Awards, and Warner Bros, the company that owns the rights to Batman, has announced yet another Batman reboot starring Robert Pattinson as Batman.
So it wouldn't shock us if Joker ends up having more to do with the DC Universe. There is no "right order" here, as they're all disconnected and not chronological.
That happened both in Batman Begins and it's sequel. Not that he wasn't imagining telling another story, IF the right story came to mind.
Nolan is not a "driven by sequels and franchises" kind of director. He starts a new movie project, he ends it, the story comes to it's conclusion, on to the next project.
He doesn't think about franchises, he's a more Leoneish kind of director. With that said, we can safely say that his first Batman movie ended fine, with a twist of hope and a cheer in everybody's minds to actually seeing Batman rising again from the ashes of a fallen franchise.
But that was just the beginning. Enter here the Joker and Two-Face. Yes, the Joker. Nolan have balls that big! He would remap the Joker. He would make Jack Nicholson weep and piss on his pants, like a crybaby.
He would spit in Tommy Lee Jones senil face and say he was nothing but a clown in an overproduced crap festival with bubblegum affected faces.
Before this movie was released, two tragedies striked the production. The death of Conway Wickliffe, a special effects and stuntman technichian and the most important but equally felt of them, the death of actor Heath Ledger, who played the Joker on the film.
That last event elevated the box office of the film to the billions heaven and brought to it a sense of legend never imagined for a long time on the film industry, not to mention that gave the late actor a posthumous Oscar for best supporting actor.
Just to have an idea, the movie made more money than Batman Begins entire domestic run in only 6 days of release. It became huge from night to day, just like that.
Initially, to hide from the public eye important information, Nolan named the script as "Rory's First Kiss", even referring to it by the initials RFK.
According to the spoken legend, the name really refers to the first kiss of Nolan's son. Cute, huh? Adventure, Sci-Fi.
Votes: Also, it generated the longest and more memorable viral campaing on the Internet, going from leads, hints, through promotions, videos, audio files, special websites and a web series called Gotham Tonight.
It was the best example of how to market your movie on the Internet and call a huge attention to the public in general, keeping the interest of people in the movie until the day of release.
The episodes of this web series was like a news and talk show, bringing actor Anthony Michael Hall as the reporter Mike Engel, interviewing lots of important people from the city of Gotham, going from politicians to people like Lt.
Gordon and Harvey Dent and also bringing some information about the city and it's celebrities, like Bruce Wayne and the Batman himself.
The show had 6 webisodes, being the last one the bridge that connected those with the movie. It was a very interesting tie-in.
I remember finishing to watch Harvey's interview, the last episode from the web series, moments before I go to the movie theater to watch the movie.
It gave me a sensation of continuity and pleasure I never experienced in any other production. Votes: 85, As major influences from the comics, we can clearly notice being "The Long Halloween", Christopher Nolan's favorite Batman story, to be the crucial one.
Along, of course, we have other elements from the first Joker story published in Batman 1 written in by Bob Kane, Bill Finger and Jerry Robinson and also from the first Two-Face story from We have also nice elements from the classic Alan Moore interpretation "The Killing Joke" and even clearly noted elements from a Brian Azarello recent comic book simply titled "Joker".
In movies and series, we have the Two-Face story told in the animated series from R min Crime, Drama, Thriller. A group of professional bank robbers start to feel the heat from police when they unknowingly leave a clue at their latest heist.
R min Crime, Drama, Sci-Fi. In the future, a sadistic gang leader is imprisoned and volunteers for a conduct-aversion experiment, but it doesn't go as planned.
R min Action, Drama, Fantasy. With a box office that huge and all the recognition Nolan earned from the excellent critics and opinions by public and media, it's more than obvious that it would generated a next Batman flick.
With or without Christopher Nolan directing. Fortunatelly, they chose the first option. Eight years after the Joker's reign of anarchy, Batman, with the help of the enigmatic Catwoman, is forced from his exile to save Gotham City from the brutal guerrilla terrorist Bane.
The production of the movie, once again started after Nolan filmed another one of his personal projects, the highly acclaimed flick "Inception".
Even having the whole story in their minds, the Nolan brothers decided only to return with a good script.
The death of Heath Ledger and consequently the absence of The Joker worried everyone, but fortunately, everything went well.
Once again they worked the script of the movie under a fake title, calling it "Magnus Rex". Everybody was hyped as hell for this final installment of the Dark Knight saga.
Everyone wanted to see what Nolan would do to live up to the expectations earned by the last movies and to give the fitting ending to the whole story told in those three films.
And as the Joker would say: he didn't disappoint!! Harvey Dent was the hero, Batman the murderer, the outcast So Bruce becomes a recluse and retires Batman, but when Catwoman started an old feeling on Bruce and Bane came to town he feels a storm rising and decides to go back in action as Batman again.
The story is gripping, it never makes you blink. The movie follows a feel of anarchy and fear, it's tense, suspenseful, but also exciting.
The acting is brilliant! Anne Hathaway as Selina Kyle is sexy, exciting, thrilling and very strong. Tom Hardy as Bane is terrifying! And Nolan kept his promise untill the end: no Robin and no Batgirl or Batwoman in the whole trilogy!
Though, there's a Robin reference in the movie, as there was a Henri Ducard reference in Batman Begins.
And it's awesome, I won't tell you how it comes out because it would ruin the surprise for you, but trust me, it'll feel great when you see it.
The story rolls back to elements depicted in the last movies, tying everything together leaving no loose ends. It ends the whole story perfectly, leaving, as always, an open door to new possibilities but never cheating the audience with the feeling it's incomplete.
The story can perfectly be left here, like the closing of a circle. More than that! After all the darkness, the movie gives the audience in its end a sense of closure and internal peace, leaving people with the wonderful and courageous story of Bruce Wayne and Batman, as the epic and true legend it is.
An inspiration to everyone, just like Bruce wanted to be. You leave this film, wanting to become Batman, wanting to be an inspiration to other people.
And that's what a true hero movie is made of, that is the feeling it has to evoke! It brings a smile in your face and a cheerful feeling of victory.
It's exciting and very emotive. It's thrilling and very meaninful in it's message. It's strong but it has a sense of lightheart at the end.
Personally it left me very happy but at the same time with a bittersweet taste, knowing that a great era in the story of comic book movies had come to an end.
But as we was always told, every great story has to end sometime. Passed min Drama, History, Romance. A pair of lookalikes, one a former French aristocrat and the other an alcoholic English lawyer, fall in love with the same woman amongst the turmoil of the French Revolution.
Directors: Jack Conway , Robert Z. Votes: 5, So lets talk about the influences and connections of the movie. As for comics, one of the strongest influences was the Knightfall saga written by Doug Moench and Chuck Dixon.
You can clearly see it after an hour and 15 minutes in, when Batman and Bane faces each other. You can see the arc where Alfred leaves the Wayne Manor in that same story.
You can sense the atmosphere of anarchy and conquest, the smell of powder and dynamite, the tension and the horror of citizens from Gotham when they are lead to chose to die in their city or to be exiled from it, taken from stories like The Cult and the No Man's Land saga.
And you can also notice again the desire of Bruce Wayne to retire and his will to return after many years like the Dark Knight, as it's depicted in the classic story The Dark Knight Returns by Frank Miller.
I even found incredible like Christopher Nolan was entitled to read and inspire himself from various moments and stories from the Batman cannon in the comics, since more marketable, strictly "made to sell magazines" sagas like Knightfall and No Man's Land to more artistic and higher note tales like The Cult and The Dark Knight Returns.
He took a small scale villain like Bane, which was created in a rush, with the only purpose to break Batman in half, to cause commotion and then disappear in thin air on the next sagas and stories, and turned him into someone really frightening and scary, a memorable adversary.
There's lots of other sources as well. Catwoman's suit, for example is a reference to Julie Newmar from the 's Catwoman in the comical Adam West series, and you can see the resemblance.
And there's even books as inspirations, yes, classic stories, Nolan also spoke that most of the plot of the movie was inspired by the Charles Dickens novel A Tale of Two Cities, beautifully depicted in a movie, and when you get the book to read, you notice it right off the bat.
PS, pardon me for this infamous pun! Anyway, this beautiful inspiration becomes even more evident in a "certain part" of The Dark Knight Rises, when there's a letter written by "someone" with a passage from the book, and it's just beautiful!
It brought tears to my eyes and ended everything epically! Not Rated min Drama, Sci-Fi. In a futuristic city sharply divided between the working class and the city planners, the son of the city's mastermind falls in love with a working class prophet who predicts the coming of a savior to mediate their differences.
Now speaking about the movie connections, we can point, to start, the german silent movie Metropolis, by Fritz Lang, inspired by the german book Metropolis, written by Thea Von Harbou, Fritz Lang's wife.
In this movie, the society is divided into rich man and workers, poor people, who decides to start a revolution against the rich people who doesn't give a crap for them.
And they also have a leader, called the "mediator" between head and hands. It's a great and epic movie with strong characters, great development and surely a milestone from the history of cinema.
And together with the Batman No Man's Land and Knightfall saga and the Charles Dickens book it clearly formed the central idea for the plot of the movie.
Approved min Drama, History, Romance. When strongman Samson rejects the love of the beautiful Philistine woman Delilah, she seeks vengeance that brings horrible consequences they both regret.
Director: Cecil B. Also, Anne Hathaway inspired herself on the Delilah character from the movie, Samson and Delilah, witch is ironic, because Bob Kane got inspiration from the Delilah legend to mold his own Catwoman.
Kane built his creation under Delilah's skin and now, Anne Hathaway is drinking from the same source!
And now for my final considerations about this fantastic trilogy. The plots are very well developed, the story doesn't leave any character behind, everything that happens in the movies, has a reason, a purpose, and an incredible ability to develop things to new levels.
These three movies are the closest to the comics that any other live-action Batman movie ever got to be. But they still manages to give us their own and original point of view about the source material.
The characters are great, the story is very well tied in and the decision to never treat these films like a "franchise" that gives always clues to a next chapter makes the whole difference.
Instead of thinking about these films in a movie structure, I like to think about them as an opera being enacted to us.
Yes, an opera in three distinct acts. The name? And it really delivers. From the beginning of the trilogy until it's very end, we witness the journey of a true man, who wants to make the difference, who wants to prove to everybody that everyone can be a hero.
And together, we can change whatever we want. The end of the trilogy is special in a very positive sense. It leaves us with a very high note and makes us want to be part of the life of those characters.
I don't want to spoil the end of the story for those who will still watch it, but the sequences of the ending are very rewarding.
So rewarding and giving us that uplifting and majestic sensation that the only thing we can say in a speechless state is Let's hear it for one of the greatest directors of modern days, Christopher Nolan!
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