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High expectations from Christopher Nolan's The Dark Knight Rises
The last movie of an intriguing series is about to make it to the theaters and everyone is excited to see what kind of dark drama the director has pulled off this time. The Dark Knight Rises would be closely watched by many.

EXPECTATIONS ARE high as The Dark Knight Rises hits theaters on July 20. Christopher Nolan's Gotham city is about to be shadowed again by an evil entity and the capped crusader is about to rise to the challenge. However, for the fans of the series, more than Christan Bale, Tom Hardy is the pull as after Heath Ledger's legendary role as the Joker, the concluding film of the series needs a more compelling act from the villain this time, which seems almost impossible. Many say Heath Ledger gave his life for the role of the Joker so is Tom Hardy going to live up to the hype and how can we forget Catwoman and her appeal?

In Christopher Nolan's Batman Series, Batman is more mortal with his insecurities and confusions about right and wrong. However, his villains are larger than life as they are layered with their own convictions and thought process. This time, the bald headed Bane looks promising and so does the lithe Catwoman. Inspite of the fact that we know that right would triumph over the bad, the audience wants to experience how far Nolan would go with his character of Bane.

All the two previous Batman movies questioned the audience and changed with the changing times. While last time we saw a terrorist and how an entire city suffered because of the work of the evil-minded terrorists, this time Bane is about to influence the same city against the capped vigilant. In an era of awareness, the villain of Nolan's series uses that as a weapon against his enemy. The role of the Catwoman is shrouded in obscurity as the director wants his audience to judge for themselves how she adds to the destruction.

All the three protagonists have enough strength of character to attract the audience and people who loved the previous Batman series would definitely make it to the theaters to witness the closing spectacle of the Gotham series.

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