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How Would You Rank The Dark Knight Trllogy?

Batman Begins- I'm a sucker for origin stories, I cared about Bruce Wayne as a character for the
first time in a film adaptaton, Liam Neeson is the man and works perfectly with the concept of
fear (as did Scarecrow), the mafia bosses were amazing, amazing Gotham atmosphere, Batman
as a ninja, all around amazing film- downside: Katie Holmes
2Cannibal Corpse
Tomb of the Mutilated

The Dark Knight Rises- I know this one was controversial, but I love that the focus went back to
Bruce Wayne as a character, they made it relevant to the League of Shadowns/BB, first fight
scene with Bane was one of the best scenes of the trilogy, Catwoman was portrayed perfectly,
Bane was a monster, epic conclusion- downside: some plot inconsistencies

The Dark Knight- best individual scenes of the entire trilogy, The Joker and Aaron Eckhard were
the best villains imo, but other than that I didn't really care too much for the plot/awkward
fighting scenes/extremely downtuned Batvoice (moreso than the other films), etc...but it was still
an amazing film. So my conclusion is that the entire trilogy is awesome.
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