Great review Jeremy! I can't wait to see the movie this week! Surprised u saw it so early!
Nice review my man Jeremy! I'm seeing it tomorrow and I cannot freakin' wait man!
Awsome review! how did you get to see it early?
I am happy you did this review, it's great!
Good review.Glad you made it so early.
Great reviews man! Love your videos!!!
Fantastic Review (as always) Looking forward to your next one.
man, awesome review as always. When next you do a bad movie, choose the room man! it makes Batman and Robin look like oscar material.
Much as I love Christopher Nolan's Batman, and much as I really want to see this, the most *anticipated* movie of the year was clearly The Avengers. I really don't see how you can make a credible case for anything else.
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Excellent. I believe Nolan's Batman Trilogy must be seen as a whole, all 3 are equally good in different ways. Batman Begins was darker, and explored issues like fears and emotions, especially with the Scarecrow. The Dark Knight dealt with the ying yang of order vs caos, dark vs light, moral ambiguity. It sounds that The Dark Knight Rises deals with uprising of the middle class, economic crisis, elitism. In my opinion, all 3 are equally good, and must be seen as a whole complete work, just like what you said about The Lord of the Rings Movies. Thanks!
Agree. I think the Dark Knight Trilogy is the only trilogy I can sit down and watch all in a row. Amazing!
Hey! Our views of the film seem scarily similar and I guess it's great to have a same understanding of it all. This film is epic that catches you by surprise, very much so!Check out my review at s-f-u-g.blogspot.com.
Great review, really enjoyed it. Jeremy, if you are reading this, I would love it if you could look into some of the classics, like Kelly's Heroes or Where only Eagles dare. Best regardsCW
Did you see the Man of Steel Teaser please review it if you have the time.
Hey, Jeremy plz review memento, prestige and superman series
Hey jeremy ive just been curious on how u watch these movies so early and i kinda have sad news for u, ur "wife" natalie portman has just cheated on u and got married :(( i feel ur pain
Hello :) I just wanted to say: awesome review! really great and it made me think about the movie and I was wondering if you could agree with these facts:1. even though Bane was menacing he never did something to show just how evil he was, I mean he never killed anyone that could affect Bruce Wayne, like Alfred or Gordon or Selina or even Lucius.2. I thought that the ending fight between Bane and Batman was too short. I would have liked too see Bane crushed, likewith the mask broken and almost completly down, in agony, and showing his scars. I never felt that Bane was in that much pain, except when he punched that pillar and broke the stone.3. The movie is to bright. Especially the final scene was way to bright. I think that it would have been more breath taking if it was during the night or during dawn at least.If you could tell me your thoughts, it would be great. Btw, except for the things mentioned above, I thought the movie was great and I liked it better than TDK :) sorry for the bad english :D
hey Jeremy !!plzz can u review these movies,shows and games:1. Godfather Trilogy 2. Suits (2011)(tv)3. Arrow (2012)(tv)4. Max Payne 3 5. Person Of Interest (2011) (tv) just wanna hear your perspective
1). thatguywiththeglasses/ Nostalgia Critic (aka: Doug Walker) did a review that is spot on, and he made a comedic review called 'The Bum - Reviews The Dark Knight Rises.' Both are very enlightening. 2). Kevin Smith and Ralph Garman made a podcast that can be found on youtube called 'Kevin Smith: Dark Knight Rises Plot Holes.' Garman, a real fan of BATMAN, makes some GREAT points.3). EightThoughts (on youtube) made a great called 'Why The Dark Knight Rises Sucks'. He makes some very valid points that you missed. 4). Badmouth (website) has a GREAT review on their website of Rises written by Brian McDonough. I've respected your opinion in the past, but your review seems biased. Research these four, and try again. I can't take you seriously any-more. Granted that you are entitled to your opinion, but your opinion is exactly what I find flawed. Either you are trying to make the borderline 'cultist' Nolanites happy to appease their egos **or** we didn't see the same movie.