When you make a master opus and when you get recognized for it in your lifetime, then you should consider yourself lucky. In the world of film and television, such fame can come too late but recently more talents actors, directors, and writers have been get notoriety before their peak is over, and one such individual is Christopher Nolan. His only problem? His master opus is pushed between two other movies.
With everyone going to see The Dark Knight Rises this weekend, reviews have been muddled. Some people love it, others hated it, overwhelmed or underwhelmed, excited or bored. In my last article, I said a large number of viewers would take the movie as an experience on the whole, and not just the individual bits and parts like critics, but then that wasn’t 100% percent accurate. So was it good? Bad? Great? Terrible? Let’s take a look at the Caped Crusader’s latest feature.