Frankenweenie goes on wide release this weekend, and it’s an absolute joy. What’s more, its use of 3D is the best I’ve seen yet.
The Dark Knight Rises has been out for over two weeks now, and many of you have already seen the conclusion to Christopher Nolan’s epic Batman saga. However, opinions are divided about this last installment of Gotham City with some critics being full of praise, while others have not been too impressed.
Unsurprisingly, critics of various political persuasions are already rushing to pin down Dark Knight Rises as propaganda.
Back in 1992, the world had seen the likes of Batman on the big screen, doing reasonably well at the box office, but comic movies were a novelty that attracted a few cinema goers. Fast forward twenty years and the scenery has totally changed. Just take a look at the highest grossing films of all time.
Here is the first teaser trailer for the final instalment of Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight trilogy, The Dark Knight Rises. You’ll have to wait for next summer to see Christian Bale’s Batman take on a whole host of new bad guys brought to life by the likes of Tom Hardy and Anne Hathaway
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