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The Dark Knight

Dirigido por Christopher Nolan
Estados Unidos, 2008
Ação, Crime, Fantasia


Batman faces his greatest challenge yet against the Joker, a nihilistic villain with dark plans for Gotham City.

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The Dark Knight Dirigido por Christopher Nolan

Premiações e Festivais

Academy Awards

2009 | 2 vitórias, incluindo: Best Achievement in Sound Editing

2009 | 6 nomeações, incluindo: Best Achievement in Art Direction

Village Voice Film Poll

2008 | Vencedor: Best Supporting Actor

Indiewire Critics' Poll

2008 | Vencedor: Best Supporting Performance

American Film Institute Awards

2009 | Vencedor: Movie of the Year

O que as pessas estão dizendo?

  • Lights in the Dusk's rating of the film The Dark Knight

    While Nolan's filmmaking is occasionally bland & televisual, weighed down by unnecessary exposition, TDK nonetheless emerges as an engaging & powerful treatise on the morality of vigilantism, the dualism between good & evil, & the reality of how readily the former can be corrupted by tragic circumstances. The subtext is alive with issues of post-millennium terror, giving the action a much deeper emotional resonance.

  • ASHES IN THE HOURGLASS's rating of the film The Dark Knight

    Goyer's bad script. CHECK. Nolan's incapability to pace his film and to not threat his audience like children. CHECK. Generic Hans Zimmer Soundtrack. CHECK. The Bat voice. TRIPLE CHECK. Completely ruining the noir like elements of the series in exchange for a poor man's Heat. ULTRAAA COMBO. And yet, I don't hate this enormously overrated film. And we all know why: Heath Leager. He is the only reason this film exists.

  • Zac Weber's rating of the film The Dark Knight

    Like the best comic adaptations, The Dark Knight explores the psychological side of its main characters. A legendary performance by Heath Ledger, but my only real knock is how lame Batman seems. Why does he growl?

  • Igor Ramos's rating of the film The Dark Knight

    I tend to ignore most of the super-hero movies that come out, however I went to see this one on the cinema and just re-watched it a couple of days ago and is still a very powerful movie. It's so well made and with such a strong concept that the fact that there's this man dressed like a bat doesn't even look ridiculous. The Joker and his fascination with chaos and anarchy are the driving force, but I loved Two-Face!

  • Dave's rating of the film The Dark Knight

    Like the first film in the trilogy, the dark, noirish world that Nolan creates is what sticks out most for me. A great action film and unless TDKR proves otherwise, the best comic book adaptation I have seen. My only complaint, and what holds it back from 5/5 for me, is that Nolan sometimes seems to stretch sequences out far too much (which he did even more in Inception), so things felt a bit longer than necessary.

  • HKFanatic's rating of the film The Dark Knight

    Considering that the woefully scripted and brown-colored "Batman Begins" is one of my least favorite Batman movies, I was doubly pleased when Nolan returned with a film that has already proven itself one of the greatest comic book adaptations of all time. In the sequel, Gotham City is posited as the main character - much the same way that Los Angeles dominated "Heat" - as each of our leads fights for its very soul.

  • yuriwalker's rating of the film The Dark Knight

    do you know how I got these scars???,i got these scars when i watch this movie........pertama kali gw nonton ini film apaan,terlalu overrated,pas nonton yang ke-2 kalinya,,,Tuhan Yesus.....WHY SO SERIOUS!?

  • Zach Closs's rating of the film The Dark Knight

    I've always found Nolan to be overrated, focusing too much on his plots and too little on the characters that propel them. Now that the hype has died down I've been able to analyze this film better. Exciting, thought-provoking, and filled with great renditions of my favorite comic characters. If only Nolan could devote as much attention to humanity and morality as he does to plot. This film shows he is capable.