Friday, 20 July 2012

Batman: The Dark Knight Rises

Directed by     Christopher Nolan
Studio     Legendary Pictures; Syncopy Films; DC Comics
Distributed by     Warner Bros. Pictures
Release date(s)     July 16, 2012 (world premiere)
                                July 20, 2012 (United States)

Running time     165 minutes[1]
Country     United States
Language     English

Eight years have passed since the events of The Dark Knight. Though organised and violent crime has been almost eradicated due to the powers of the Dent Act, Commissioner Jim Gordon still feels guilty over lying to the public. He prepares a speech explaining the truth but fails to read it at a charity ball at Wayne Manor. Selina Kyle, in the employ of corrupt businessman John Daggett, attends the ball and steals Bruce Wayne's fingerprints. She flees with Martha Wayne's pearls and abducts a congressman. Kyle meets with Daggett's henchman to trade the prints for software capable of expunging her criminal past. However once betrayed, she alerts the police to the congressman's whereabouts and escapes while Daggett's men escape through the sewer where Bane has been living. Gordon follows the men but is captured and his speech taken by Bane. Shot in the process, Gordon is saved by Officer John Blake – who he then promotes to detective.

Blake deduces Batman's identity and urges Bruce Wayne to return as Batman, alerting Bruce to the fact that his company is crumbling. Wayne Enterprises invested in a clean energy project with Miranda Tate, and after learning that the core could be modified to become a nuclear weapon, the project was closed, leading to financial loss. Bane, under orders by Daggett, attacks the stock exchange – bankrupting Bruce Wayne and traps Batman where he barely escapes. Alfred Pennyworth then retires in hopes to persuade Bruce from continuing as Batman. To Daggett's dismay, Miranda is elected as the new chairman, and then he is killed by Bane. Bruce then finds Bane, with the help of Kyle who then betrays him in a bid to save herself – leaving Batman to fight Bane alone. Bane breaks Batman's back and imprisons him in his former prison while gaining access to Bruce's armory. There Bruce learns the origins of Bane and the League of Shadows.



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