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RE: The Dark Knight Rises - 9/7/2012 2:14:56 PM   
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TDKR - if it lives up to its name, it'll be 90 minutes long, have a break in the middle while they flip the reels over and play for a week or two before someone records the Radio 1 chart countdown over the top of it..




Reactions to first screenings are pretty enthusiastic

http://www.denofgeek.com/movies/batman/21940/first-the-dark-knight-rises-screening-reactions

http://www.guardian.co.uk/film/2012/jul/09/dark-knight-rises-early-screening



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RE: The Dark Knight Rises - 9/7/2012 2:23:46 PM   
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RE: The Dark Knight Rises - 9/7/2012 2:50:45 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: Scruffybobby

quote:

ORIGINAL: bennyboy1971

TDKR - if it lives up to its name, it'll be 90 minutes long, have a break in the middle while they flip the reels over and play for a week or two before someone records the Radio 1 chart countdown over the top of it..




Reactions to first screenings are pretty enthusiastic

http://www.denofgeek.com/movies/batman/21940/first-the-dark-knight-rises-screening-reactions

http://www.guardian.co.uk/film/2012/jul/09/dark-knight-rises-early-screening





Culture
Film
The Dark Knight Rises

The Dark Knight Rises wows fans at early screening

Christopher Nolan's final Batman film receives 'standing ovation' from US bloggers at advance preview
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Anyone else find cinema 'standing ovations' abit cheesy/ slightly lame?..

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RE: The Dark Knight Rises - 9/7/2012 3:05:00 PM   
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Anyone else find cinema 'standing ovations' abit cheesy/ slightly lame?..



Not at all.


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RE: The Dark Knight Rises - 9/7/2012 3:12:26 PM   
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ORIGINAL: OPEN YOUR EYES


quote:

ORIGINAL: Scruffybobby

quote:

ORIGINAL: bennyboy1971

TDKR - if it lives up to its name, it'll be 90 minutes long, have a break in the middle while they flip the reels over and play for a week or two before someone records the Radio 1 chart countdown over the top of it..




Reactions to first screenings are pretty enthusiastic

http://www.denofgeek.com/movies/batman/21940/first-the-dark-knight-rises-screening-reactions

http://www.guardian.co.uk/film/2012/jul/09/dark-knight-rises-early-screening





Culture
Film
The Dark Knight Rises

The Dark Knight Rises wows fans at early screening

Christopher Nolan's final Batman film receives 'standing ovation' from US bloggers at advance preview
===========================================================================
Anyone else find cinema 'standing ovations' abit cheesy/ slightly lame?..


No way. I think it's a wonderful rare occurrence that highlights real appreciation of cinema, and in my mind, if a film's good enough to get everyone up on their feet clapping, it's an incredible achievement.

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RE: The Dark Knight Rises - 9/7/2012 3:13:00 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: OPEN YOUR EYES

Anyone else find cinema 'standing ovations' abit cheesy/ slightly lame?..



Not at all.



why?

I just cant fathom it really.
I cant imagine anyone I know or anyone who goes to my near by Cinema's doing such a thing.
I think we all will feel little abit silly.

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RE: The Dark Knight Rises - 9/7/2012 3:22:10 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: OPEN YOUR EYES


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ORIGINAL: MonsterCat

quote:

ORIGINAL: OPEN YOUR EYES

Anyone else find cinema 'standing ovations' abit cheesy/ slightly lame?..



Not at all.



why?

I just cant fathom it really.
I cant imagine anyone I know or anyone who goes to my near by Cinema's doing such a thing.
I think we all will feel little abit silly.


At a screening of Rambo I was at, the whole cinema stood up at the end and were whooping and hollering and clapping. We didn't feel a bit silly.

Good to hear that early word of mouth is very positive. Going to see if I can book my tickets for a saturday morning screening.

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RE: The Dark Knight Rises - 9/7/2012 3:35:50 PM   
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The Dark Knight got a standing ovation all those years back when I saw it in Leicester Square. And I didn't feel the slightest bit silly about it because at the time it was the best film I had that year.

These days getting an audience to stand-up and clap after a film is an incredible achievement.

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RE: The Dark Knight Rises - 9/7/2012 4:33:35 PM   
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I was very carefully checking for reaction to the early screenings this morning, can't remember the sites, there was two that were really gushing over the film even deeming it "oscar worthy" seems early buzz couldn't be more positive.

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RE: The Dark Knight Rises - 9/7/2012 6:14:04 PM   
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RE: The Dark Knight Rises - 9/7/2012 8:13:35 PM   
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Brilliant! I imagined the Crappy growly voice Bale puts on too!! like Joe Cocker !. Bring on the next reboot! Nolan leaves me cold as Mr Freezes nuts!

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The Dark Knight Rises - 9/7/2012 8:51:21 PM   
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It's amazing to consider just what it is that the Nolans and Goyer have achieved with these Batman films - I mean here we are with reviews suggesting Oscars and not too long ago Batman was on his arse thanks to Joel Schumacher's abysmal films.

Okay, so maybe The Dark Knight didn't quite have Bruce Wayne/Batman front-and-centre but then that wasn't the point in the scheme of the story. Bruce's story started with Batman Begins, and ends with The Dark Knight Rises, and he is most certainly front-and-centre once more. These films connect with people because of Bruce Wayne's journey and that's the genius of it.

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RE: The Dark Knight Rises - 9/7/2012 9:49:04 PM   
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ORIGINAL: Alistair

It's amazing to consider just what it is that the Nolans and Goyer have achieved with these Batman films - I mean here we are with reviews suggesting Oscars and not too long ago Batman was on his arse thanks to Joel Schumacher's abysmal films.

Okay, so maybe The Dark Knight didn't quite have Bruce Wayne/Batman front-and-centre but then that wasn't the point in the scheme of the story. Bruce's story started with Batman Begins, and ends with The Dark Knight Rises, and he is most certainly front-and-centre once more. These films connect with people because of Bruce Wayne's journey and that's the genius of it.


Very well put.

Many people have reacted negatively to Nolan in recent years rather predictably given his enormous success, but I honestly think those people are genuinely talking out of their backsides. What he has done with this franchise is nothing short of genius. The depth of ideas offered on screen in these films is remarkable, especially for a 'comic book movie.' He's able to effortlessly inject the kind of substance to these films that a lesser director could only dream of. They're fun, they're intelligent, they're socially aware - and most importantly for me they make you think. Nolan is very much an ideas man above simplistic spectacle and I love that he doesn't shy away from testing his audience a bit in that regard. The approach has made for far greater films.

You cannot take that away from him, he really is as good as he's hyped up to be in my opinion.

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RE: The Dark Knight Rises - 9/7/2012 10:02:26 PM   
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ORIGINAL: Alistair

It's amazing to consider just what it is that the Nolans and Goyer have achieved with these Batman films - I mean here we are with reviews suggesting Oscars and not too long ago Batman was on his arse thanks to Joel Schumacher's abysmal films.

Okay, so maybe The Dark Knight didn't quite have Bruce Wayne/Batman front-and-centre but then that wasn't the point in the scheme of the story. Bruce's story started with Batman Begins, and ends with The Dark Knight Rises, and he is most certainly front-and-centre once more. These films connect with people because of Bruce Wayne's journey and that's the genius of it.


This. I couldn't agree more mate. I was thinking earlier today that, as you have mentioned, Batman was once associated with the dreadful 'Bat credit card' incarnation brought on us by Schumacher and all those concerned. We had abysmal stories with no heart, no politics of a story to be told, no character and all executed terribly by 'movie stars' and not actual actors.

Now we talk about Batman in the same context as Charles Dickens' A Tale of Two Cities. We mention it in the same breath as Occupy movements and the war on terror and it's all acted by real performers like Bale, Caine, Ledger, Wilkinson, Freeman, Eckhart, Hardy etc... All credit to Christopher and Jonathan Nolan for crafting a Bat universe that now has real crdibility. This movies is going to be really something, I just know it.

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RE: The Dark Knight Rises - 9/7/2012 10:11:22 PM   
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I bloody love this thread. Hardly any bickering (They are EATING one another on many other forums) and great points made by all.

On a side note, with Nolan stating on record

VERY MILD SPOILER:
There will be no mention of the Joker.

Even with the 8 year gap does this irk anyone else a little? I understand Bruce dealing with the ramifications of it all both mentally and physically in TDKR but no mention of the guy that caused THAT much carnage. A mild complaint that I'm sure will be smoothed over once I finally watch the new one!

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The Dark Knight Rises - 9/7/2012 10:20:26 PM   
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I was just about the type the same thing, TheSpleen - It's been great on here the last few months, some great discussion and not too many arguments! I shall miss it when the film is over, although I'm sure as the hype builds on Man Of Steel I'll get involved in the discussion of that (and then, future Batman films!).

Like the best of things, I can't really put my finger on what it is that moves me so much about this trilogy. Just inspiring stuff, as any good story about a hero should be. Bruce Wayne is a billionaire born in to a very privileged life, but he sacrifices an easy life to help others and that's touching. I wish there were more billionaires in our world like that.

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RE: The Dark Knight Rises - 9/7/2012 10:35:20 PM   
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I was just about the type the same thing, TheSpleen - It's been great on here the last few months, some great discussion and not too many arguments! I shall miss it when the film is over, although I'm sure as the hype builds on Man Of Steel I'll get involved in the discussion of that (and then, future Batman films!).

Like the best of things, I can't really put my finger on what it is that moves me so much about this trilogy. Just inspiring stuff, as any good story about a hero should be. Bruce Wayne is a billionaire born in to a very privileged life, but he sacrifices an easy life to help others and that's touching. I wish there were more billionaires in our world like that.


Yep we're pretty lucky here. SHH is how I imagine Gotham in the film to be, a war zone!

It'll be quite bittersweet come the 20th as the excitement and years of speculation ends. Man of steel will fill the void for a bit I agree ha. Going into smug mode for a bit good for us all for not stooping to crass insults and daft spoiler baiting for attention. We rule.

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The Dark Knight Rises - 9/7/2012 10:49:52 PM   
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SHH is full of die-hard fans, and that combination of strong opinion is dynamite on a forum. Discussions get lost in mindless nonsense. This is more of a generic film forum, so it's a little easier to breath and allow a discussion/conversation to build and flow. I've never posted on SHH because it's suffocating.

These films have divided comic fans I would say. As Nolan has said himself - His version of Batman is an interpretation, that's all it can ever be, so of course not everyone is going to like it. I have a friend who is a massive comic book fan yet he just can't stand the Nolan Batman universe, and that's fair enough. He prefers the traditional night-stalker Batman, the detective, the costumes, and the wacky villains.

Comic geeks think they know what would make a great Batman film but sometimes (just sometimes) it takes someone from outside that world to see the bigger picture. Nolan's films have never been about the costumes. The Batsuit is an aside. It's what it represents to Nolan that's matters in his story. I've responded to this take on the Batman mythology, and that has connected with me in a way I never thought possible with these characters. But then, not everyone relates to the same things. I'm sure those who don't like Nolan's films will be satisfied in the future...

Some words from the great man himself...

"Batman will outlive us all, and our interpretation was ours. Obviously, we consider it definitive and kind of finished. The great thing about Batman is he lives on for future generations to reinterpret, and obviously, Warners will have to decide in the future what they're going to do with him. We've had our say on the character. ... - Christopher Nolan

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RE: The Dark Knight Rises - 10/7/2012 8:50:14 AM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: jon5000

quote:

ORIGINAL: Alistair

It's amazing to consider just what it is that the Nolans and Goyer have achieved with these Batman films - I mean here we are with reviews suggesting Oscars and not too long ago Batman was on his arse thanks to Joel Schumacher's abysmal films.

Okay, so maybe The Dark Knight didn't quite have Bruce Wayne/Batman front-and-centre but then that wasn't the point in the scheme of the story. Bruce's story started with Batman Begins, and ends with The Dark Knight Rises, and he is most certainly front-and-centre once more. These films connect with people because of Bruce Wayne's journey and that's the genius of it.


Very well put.

Many people have reacted negatively to Nolan in recent years rather predictably given his enormous success, but I honestly think those people are genuinely talking out of their backsides. What he has done with this franchise is nothing short of genius. The depth of ideas offered on screen in these films is remarkable, especially for a 'comic book movie.' He's able to effortlessly inject the kind of substance to these films that a lesser director could only dream of. They're fun, they're intelligent, they're socially aware - and most importantly for me they make you think. Nolan is very much an ideas man above simplistic spectacle and I love that he doesn't shy away from testing his audience a bit in that regard. The approach has made for far greater films.

You cannot take that away from him, he really is as good as he's hyped up to be in my opinion.


Yes, 100% this - I wish I could remember where I hear or see these things but I was thinking the BB screenplay was brilliant and some critic said it was 'unimaginative'. Of all things, after what they did there...

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RE: The Dark Knight Rises - 10/7/2012 9:08:05 AM   
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Qoute from Cineworld's website
"Cineworld is offering you the chance to catch Christopher Nolan's first two masterpiece superhero movies Batman Begins and The Dark Knight for a one day special before the release of the latest instalment The Dark Knight Rises hits our screens on the 20th of July

Tickets here

I'm going as never saw Batman Begins in the cinema

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RE: Reply to Captain Villa - 10/7/2012 9:19:19 AM   
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just wanted to throw my two penneth in on this. I dont comment very often but I really enjoy reading this thread and enjoys reading peoples ideas and opinions. Got my tickets booked for the 21st and cannot wait. 

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RE: The Dark Knight Rises - 10/7/2012 10:54:03 AM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: TheSpleen


I bloody love this thread. Hardly any bickering (They are EATING one another on many other forums) and great points made by all.

On a side note, with Nolan stating on record

VERY MILD SPOILER:
There will be no mention of the Joker.

Even with the 8 year gap does this irk anyone else a little? I understand Bruce dealing with the ramifications of it all both mentally and physically in TDKR but no mention of the guy that caused THAT much carnage. A mild complaint that I'm sure will be smoothed over once I finally watch the new one!



It irks me a little bit. Particularly as the Joker said he had a feeling they'll be battling each other forever and he has always been the major thorn in Batman's side historically. Most believe Ledger was supposed to return in some capacity. I understand now with his death that they needed to go in a different direction, but a little teaser that he'd escaped Arkham would have been good. Especially if this film is left relatively open ended (ie Batman lives, saves the day and continues to watch over Gotham) for someone else to continue the story.


I'm now listening to the soundtrack and am very impressed so far. I actually think this tops TDK's score (which I felt was weaker than BB's).

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RE: The Dark Knight Rises - 10/7/2012 11:00:29 AM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: justfontaine


quote:

ORIGINAL: Alistair

It's amazing to consider just what it is that the Nolans and Goyer have achieved with these Batman films - I mean here we are with reviews suggesting Oscars and not too long ago Batman was on his arse thanks to Joel Schumacher's abysmal films.

Okay, so maybe The Dark Knight didn't quite have Bruce Wayne/Batman front-and-centre but then that wasn't the point in the scheme of the story. Bruce's story started with Batman Begins, and ends with The Dark Knight Rises, and he is most certainly front-and-centre once more. These films connect with people because of Bruce Wayne's journey and that's the genius of it.


This. I couldn't agree more mate. I was thinking earlier today that, as you have mentioned, Batman was once associated with the dreadful 'Bat credit card' incarnation brought on us by Schumacher and all those concerned. We had abysmal stories with no heart, no politics of a story to be told, no character and all executed terribly by 'movie stars' and not actual actors.

Now we talk about Batman in the same context as Charles Dickens' A Tale of Two Cities. We mention it in the same breath as Occupy movements and the war on terror and it's all acted by real performers like Bale, Caine, Ledger, Wilkinson, Freeman, Eckhart, Hardy etc... All credit to Christopher and Jonathan Nolan for crafting a Bat universe that now has real crdibility. This movies is going to be really something, I just know it.



Response to what I've 'bolded'.

Screentime is not necessarily needed to convey the character of Wayne/Batman. Equally good for audience identification with the hero is seeing exactly what kind of enemy he is up against then when wee see Bruce looming pensive, it hangs together as a portrayal of what is going on/the dilemma of the story. And of course, we had the portrayal of how he became Batman, and the second film is about that idealism, taken as read, portrayed via the consequences of his 'mission'. The dark shadow over the film cast by the failure to save rachel, and Mrs Gordon screaming at batman YOU DID THIS, the emotions conveyed by the film are as much a manner of portraying Bruce/Batman character as simply seeing him do something we can see.

How helpless did people who enjoy the film feel the first time of seeing it and seeing Rachel Die, Batman Devastated, Gordon lost for words, Harvey losing it...how you felt then, that's how it felt to be Batman/Bruce. Conveying that without showing it is Nolan's genius.

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RE: The Dark Knight Rises - 10/7/2012 11:23:29 AM   
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Full soundtrack up ladies and gents (probably more gents)

http://www.flickeringmyth.com/2012/07/dark-knight-rises-full-soundtrack.html

*Woops, didn't realise it was released through Empire. Shows how often I read this site outside of forums!

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The Dark Knight Rises - 10/7/2012 11:45:19 AM   
Alistair

 

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I've just listened to the whole soundtrack while at my desk in work (I'm a graphic designer, so I'm lucky to be able to listen to music while working) - Bravo, Mr Zimmer.

I'd say it's the most bombastic of the three soundtracks due to the power and destruction that a character like Bane brings to the story, but it's also an emotional, inspiring soundtrack. I might have missed it but I don't think I heard the tender piano piece that was so prominent in the BB soundtrack (and also used slightly in TDK soundtrack). I will listen to it all again in a wee while...

All I can say is that for a soundtrack to be this great, then the film that inspired it must be astonishing.

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RE: The Dark Knight Rises - 10/7/2012 12:44:39 PM   
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I'm in awe of the Bane motifs there. The strings to amp up the tension on Gotham's Reckoning - as we've heard from the Prologue - are nothing short of Bond villain quality.

He's shaping up to be an absolute brute.

The only thing that I'm still unsure of is how they're going to handle his backstory in the film - I really hope it isn't just a random cutaway whilst he's sitting down and reminiscing to himself ha. The way Nolan handled Bruce's backstory in Begins shifting time in an almost literary way was superb, but then he was the main focus. I reckon it'll contrast with Bruce's having Bane as a sort of 'anti' Batman. Very interested to see how Nolan handles it.

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RE: The Dark Knight Rises - 10/7/2012 4:09:12 PM   
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I completely agree that this thread has turned in to a really good one. I also agree with the praising of Nolan on this page, the man is brilliant. Even though it's under 2 weeks away, it still feels way too long dammit! After watching the 13 minute featurette and listening to some of the soundtrack, I actually think this is the most excited I've been for anything, ever.

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RE: The Dark Knight Rises - 10/7/2012 7:28:49 PM   
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Dark Knight Rise TV spot6

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PayRJfUvK3Q&feature=player_embedded
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Really liking the soundtrack.
Mind If I Cut In? is a great track.
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Finished listening to the soundtrack and I'm extremely impressed.
The songs carry a great emotional depth and hearing Rise at the end was just brilliant.

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RE: The Dark Knight Rises - 10/7/2012 8:13:20 PM   
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My fingers are crossed for midnight screenings!!!....other wise it'll be the earliest screening for me

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RE: The Dark Knight Rises - 10/7/2012 9:13:55 PM   
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Friend is booking tickets for the bradford imax on the 24th.... very much excited

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