The Dark Knight Review

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The Dark Knight: Lest hier, warum Nolans Comicverfilmung die Nummer sechs meiner Allzeitfavoritenliste ist. Blu-ray, bester Film aller Zeiten. Seit nun schon einigen Monaten sorgt der eher berüchtigte als berühmte Batman (Christian Bale) für Recht und Ordnung in den Straßen. Top reviews from United Kingdom. The Dark Knight (dt. Der dunkle Ritter) ist ein US-amerikanisch-britisches Action-​Drama und eine Comicverfilmung des Regisseurs Christopher Nolan aus dem. Zusätzlicher Hinweis zu diesem Review: 'The Dark Knight', die Fortsetzung von Batman Begins, erscheint auf Blu-ray in unterschiedlichen.

The Dark Knight Review

Top reviews from United Kingdom. The Dark Knight: Lest hier, warum Nolans Comicverfilmung die Nummer sechs meiner Allzeitfavoritenliste ist. Blu-ray, bester Film aller Zeiten. The Dark Knight (dt. Der dunkle Ritter) ist ein US-amerikanisch-britisches Action-​Drama und eine Comicverfilmung des Regisseurs Christopher Nolan aus dem. The Dark Knight Review

I used to leave a theatre after seeing a highly anticipated movie, specifically a sequel, and be so revved up about what I saw that I would declare that movie to be the best of a series.

After each of the prequel "Star Wars" films, I rated that one the best, as good as any of the originals For that reason, I steer away from that mindset, and did for "Dark Knight".

Though my opinion is solidifying already after having seen a Warner Bros. At a two and a half hour runtime, it's definitely an epic of a movie, but one that never runs out of gas.

A delightful addition to this experience was a healthy amount of IMAX footage, which significantly adds to the feel of being on a personal, and gruesome, tour of Gotham City.

Christian Bale plays such a well rounded Batman and Bruce Wayne, qualities that none of those who have donned the cowl before him have pulled off.

I still have to remember that Bale is British since he speaks with such a spot on American accent. Bale has a particular slurring lisp that serves him quite well, charmingly for Bruce Wayne and threateningly for Batman.

Countering him is the late Heath Ledger, who plays such a scary and creepy Joker that I found it impossible to NOT have chills half the time I saw him on screen.

What really separates this brand of Joker from Jack Nicholson's portrayal is true unpredictability. It's obvious that, to be a good guy and think like the Joker, it really takes a toll, and it sure isn't easy.

How exactly does one take him down when he's woven his harebrained plot around multiple hostages, explosives, or disappearing parlor tricks?

Initially, I was uneasy about how the character of Harvey Dent would be handled. In my mind, there was really only one faithful portrayal of him, and that could be found in the "Batman" animated series of the early 90s.

Aaron Eckhart ably assumes the mantle here, delivering a performance out of this world, easily on par with the Batman animated series. Be it known, this caped avenger stands for the good of Gotham City that the police force and its counterparts can't represent, the good that has no jurisdiction, no procedures I can only hope that we've seen just the prelude to the Dark Knight's upcoming legendary battles with the worst of Gotham City's dark underside.

It was always going to be good, and sadly, it was always going to be over-hyped by the advertising warhorses. It is rare though, that a movie can surpass all the hype and pass all expectations on the film.

Instead we're given a psychopathic sadist who pleasures from sheer anarchy. All the hailing of Ledger's performance are grounded.

Watching it will make you feel a different chill down your spine than you'd remember from any other film. It's impossible, quite literally to relate to The Joker.

He gets inside your head with his stories of how he got his scars, makes you laugh at his sick jokes, then makes you instantly wonder why you're laughing.

If Ledger wasn't enough to horrify you - wait for Harvey Dent. His transformation will put Tommy Lee Jones' portrayal look like children's breakfast cartoons.

There are some major differences between The Dark Knight and Begins. Firstly, the music is extremely disconcerted compared with the 'majestic but unfinished' tones of Begins - but it suits the film's tone: Anarchy in every sense.

There was a more solid singular villain compared with the many in Begins - but there was also a lot more henchmen in TDK. The martial art direction was faster and more efficient - as mentioned in the film, learning through experience.

I was disappointed at the role of Scarecrow in this film, it just felt like a loose thread and wasn't quite closed up or explained, and the ending, while it wasn't what I expected others have said that it was predictable, but for me it wasn't was solid and suited the film well.

All in all, this is a film that is quite close, if it isn't already, a masterpiece. Nolan has a great thing going and unlike previous 'Superhero' adaptations Spiderman and Fantastic Four for example , there isn't campiness creeping in.

Quite simply, the best possible sequel that could've been given. If you watch this which I implore that you do , you certainly won't regret it.

One of the best movies of I'll wait till Quantum of Solace comes out before I pass judgement - but certainly a film worth getting excited for.

If you don't like it, then that's also fine - but keep in mind that you probably thought Meet The Spartans was a good movie, so the rest of us won't take it to heart.

Stunning in every aspect, and exceeds all hype and expectation Can't wait to watch it again, or for the Blu-Ray!

LoneWolfAndCub 16 July I think the big question Quite simply, yes, yes it is. There is no doubt about it, one of the most anticipated movies of the 21st century duly deserves every amount of praise lavished onto it.

This is no ordinary superhero movie, this is a character and dialogue driven piece, not as action orientated as you might expect.

I will not go into plot details, because there is a lot of it. However, a basic one sentence summary is: Batman now has to face his most cunning and psychotic enemy, someone with no real motives The Joker.

Now that that is out of the way, I will start off with the actors and boy, is there a lot to talk about. Christian Bale has done a tremendous job as our beloved Caped Crusader, with him already blowing everyone else out of water with "Batman Begins.

His perception of justice causes an emotional and personal shift, whether he is a wealthy businessman who fights crime in a gadget-riddled suit or just a normal man who is sick of all the scum in Gotham City and decides to give the law-breakers a dose of their own medicine.

Because of this, and Bale's tremendous acting, Bruce Wayne is justified, and we emphasise with Bale's flawed hero more than any of the other actors.

If there ever was an excellent Batman, this is it. The theme of right and wrong is played well with his character here.

Of course, I am sure you all want know if Heath Ledger was that good. And I can safely say that he most definitely was. Ledger's Joker is not only the best, but is now the greatest superhero film villain ever.

His performance is truly terrifying, chilling, brilliant; any synonyms of the previous adjectives. Every scene he is in is stolen. The Joker truly is Batman's worst villain; cunning and psychotic, nothing quite matches his laugh and sinister makeup.

It is a true tragedy to see such a talented actor fall at such a young age All the other actors cannot be forgotten, though.

Aaron Eckhart has definitely proved himself previously "Thankyou for Smoking" as someone to watch out for. Here, as Harvey Dent and later Two Face he is very powerful.

All he wants is justice; to bring down every single criminal. Eckhart is the definitive Two Face.

Gyllenhaal's performance has substance, I really cared for her and her future and she was terrific in every scene. Michael Caine can do no wrong, and as Alfred Pennyworth he provides some comical and emotional scenes.

Morgan Freeman as Lucius Fox, although a limited role, does inject some sly humour and much needed morals into the story. Finally, Gary Oldman's Lt.

James Gordon is riveting. He at least needs a Best Supporting Actor nomination for his performance as another crime-fighting hero who faces some challenging situations.

Wally Pfister's cinematography is simply stunning. Gotham has never looked so good, so big and deep. His wide shots purvey a dirty aura and contribute to the feel of the film.

Without it, it may not have been the same. The score sets the mood in every scene, giving an epic and thrilling tone.

During the action sequences it really ups the adrenaline. And on the topic of action, The Dark Knight succeeds in having the best fight sequences and car chases in a comic book adaptation yet.

With no obvious or over-use of CGI, the explosions and accidents are the real deal. Thrilling, edge of your seat and violent, this is brutally awesome stuff.

Nevertheless, none of this would be possible without Christopher Nolan, the man behind it all. Pairing up with the writer and brother Jonathon Nolan, the darkest Batman movie yet is the best, and the best so far this year.

This does not feel like a comic book film, the dialogue and situations feel so realistic. And, it IS the script that drives this film. The dialogue is very, very well written and is the centre of the conflict and the movie.

It may be bold to say this, but this is the best superhero film of all time. There are others that are magnificent "Superman" and "X-Men" are two examples but this is the most complex, the most dark and the most spectacular and epic of them all.

See it for Bale, for Ledger, for the music, the action and for Nolan's flawless direction. LennyRenquist 16 July I thought Batman Begins was a very well conceived and put together movie.

We finally get Batman as a fully rendered character. We gain new insight into his motivations and the variables he must contend with in his role as protector of Gotham.

We get to see Gary Oldman as an honest-to-goodness good guy. And we get to see Liam Neeson conducting perhaps his strangest facial hair experiment yet.

While watching it, I found myself thinking it was very long, which is usually a sign that it's TOO long, and therefore boring.

But that's not actually the case here. The script is bulging with ideas, philosophical musings, THEMES, which Christopher Nolan is not content to gloss over in favour of cool set-pieces as many comic adaptations are , but wants to explore, wants to allow the characters to explore, at a logical pace.

On the contrary, there is some truly awesome stuff going on here. The chase with the truck, for example, is fantastic, and there's some great hand-to-hand stuff too.

But what engages us most is the characters, and, while the script is brilliant the dialogue is sharp, and quite funny for the first two-thirds, before the drama really kicks in , this mainly comes down to the cast.

Christian Bale. Taller than Michael Keaton was. More menacing than Val Kilmer was. Less like Adam West than George Clooney was.

Solid and committed as always. He gives the character LIFE, and actually makes us feel for him. The word 'tortured' keeps coming to mind Heath Ledger.

Y'know, I'd heard talk of an Oscar nomination, and thought it sounded a bit dubious. A Batman villain? Winning an Oscar?

Is that what it's come to? Then I thought, is it because he didn't get one for Brokeback? Or more dubious still It seems a bit blasphemous to compare Jack Nicholson to Cesar Romero, but after seeing Heath at work Jack who once seemed so awesome just looks If you've seen it, you hopefully get what I mean.

If you haven't You will discover the true definition of commitment. Maggie Gyllenhaal. I didn't have any problem with Katie in the first one at the time , but I doubt she could have pulled off the more emotional stuff Rachel goes through here.

Seeing recasting was necessary does Tom have a problem with his wife being involved with Batman? Too many bad memories perhaps? Why am I even talking about such garbage here?

She rocks. As does Aaron Eckhart. Suffice it to say my mind was blown Makes Tommy Lee Jones look like Michael Caine. Still one of my favourite actors.

Alfred is the shiz. Morgan Freeman. Gary Oldman. As in BB, no mania. No psychosis. No nervous tics. Absolute subtlety. Manages to hold his own alongside Christian, Heath and Aaron without resorting to parlour tricks.

Sign of spectacular talent. Go Gaz. Eric Roberts! William Fichtner! Michael Jai White! Tiny Lister! The whole thing is just a big bag of thoughtful, well-executed entertainment.

It's equal parts cerebral and visceral. Ideas and action. I had the honor of watching TDK during a screening and was completely blown away!

This isn't just the best Batman movie ever made, this is one of the best movie ever made. Everything in this film is excellent, not one piece of annoyance.

His performance belongs there at the top with Hopkins Lecter. The Joker has finally been portrait properly on film, he has earned his place between the big boys in movie villandom.

This is the true Joker every Batman fan knows, loves and fears. Ledger deserves any and every movie award known to man for this brilliant display.

Nolan has made his "I will always be remembered" movie, this is the crownjewel in his portfolio. Perfect directing, perfect story, perfect balance between action and drama, everything is perfect.

Even if you hate Batman, you will love this film. If you don't, then something beez wrongz with youz! Well here it is, one of the most anticipated movies of the year so far.

How was it? It was excellent. By far the best Batman film ever made and of course it will be one of the most memorable action films for a long while.

Everyone was waiting to see how well Heath Ledger performed as The Joker in this film. He definitely deserves an Oscar in his honor. The character was so dark and creepy that it sent chills up my back.

Compared to Heath's other films like '10 Things I Hate About You' and even 'Brokeback Mountain' proves that this man could actually act, doesn't matter what character, he could do it.

The film's storyline has many twists and all are rewarding, the story is developed constantly after each scene, making you wonder what's next.

Excellent craft and flows well towards the conclusion. During the film on the scene with Batman against the Joker, Bike vs Truck.

People thought this was the ending. No, it kept going which was awesome, the story kept getting darker and darker, I guess that's why they called it the 'Dark' Knight as well as the relation to Batman himself.

The cast was great. With Christopher Nolan playing Batman, good performance, Heath Ledger played extremely well, Maggie was annoying at times, but still deserves to be praised.

Michael Caine and Morgan Freeman had minor roles which satisfied the audiences. Aaron Eckhart starts with a minor role which slowly progresses and becomes evil which is quite surprising and entertaining to watch.

Great explosions made it entertaining. Made you feel great that this is finally the best action to come in a long time. May he R.

P His performance made what this film is right now. I recommend this film for any action fan, especially a Batman fan. Or if your even a Heath Ledger fan.

Go ahead right now and see this film. It's great! Amazing film. Closest thing we will ever get to a perfect superhero movie.

The Dark Knight wants to finally get rid of organized crime for good and be free of their corruption. Batman soon finds that a new psychopathic mastermind known as the Joker Heath Ledger has taken over organized crime.

The Joker's plan is to terrify the citizens and throw the city into chaos, and kill Batman. Batman takes the fight with the Joker personal, which makes him confront his own beliefs.

And by the overly-plotted conclusion, The Joker and Two-Face have both worn out their welcomes to the point of almost becoming irritating.

It's not helped that Nolan resorts to a child-in-jeopardy cliffhanger that is the only schmaltzy and contrived element in an otherwise subtle and astute script.

If 'The Dark Knight' still wraps itself in a satisfying if open-ended denouement, it still could have been a bit more streamlined getting there. Even if I don't think 'The Dark Knight' should be regarded as a classic only months after its theatrical release can't we let it sit and stew awhile a before cementing its legacy?

It's rare a movie achieves that pop culture triple lutz of being critically lauded, adored by audiences, and regarded as a landmark of its kind.

If you are somehow one of the twelve people in the world who still haven't seen 'The Dark Knight,' then this Blu-ray is absolutely a must-see.

Don't worry -- 'The Dark Knight' does not disappoint. Aside from one caveat, I found nothing to complain about here. The majority of the film is 2.

Personally, I found the flip-flopping at times slightly distracting. While the jump between compositions isn't that jarring when it comes after long scenes such as the opening, which is 1.

The upside is that the IMAX material does display a noticeable uptick in clarity and resolution. The 35mm-based footage is certainly no slouch, but there is an added sharpness and depth to the IMAX-originated footage that raises the bar for what Blu-ray is capable of.

That said, the whole of the transfer is excellent. The source is absolutely spotless, with no defects and a smooth, clean veneer. Blacks are quite simply the richest I think I've seen on a Blu-ray, and contrast is never too hot or too flat.

The image pops with wonderful depth -- it is never less than three-dimensional -- yet remains natural and appealing. Color saturation is likewise rich, with splashes of deep primaries and not a hint of chroma noise, bleeding or smearing.

Fleshtones are also accurate, except in situations of intentional stylization. Shadow delineation is also exemplary, with even the darkest areas brimming with fine textures and detail.

Unfortunately, my caveat is that there is edge enhancement that results in visible edge halos.

While the encode is otherwise rock solid -- I found no artifacts, such as aliasing or pixelization -- the edge enhancement, if slight, is clearly visible in longer shots such as the parade sequence.

It is the only element of this presentation that deserves any knocks, though hardly a fatal flaw. In all other respects, 'The Dark Knight' is a stunner.

Warner provides a Dolby TrueHD 5. This is first-rate audio and also surely a new demo-worthy soundtrack. The score is almost subliminal at times in its use of low tones, rumbling bass, and ominous cues.

The subwoofer really gets a workout here, with some of the most effective low bass I've heard on a Blu-ray. The centerpiece action scene with the Batmobile is a stand-out, and will likely be playing in Best Buy showrooms for months.

Surround use is finely-tuned both for discrete effects the rear soundstage is active and engaging and subtle, sustained ambiance.

Tech specs are easily up to par, with expansive dynamics. Low bass is again as tight as a drum, and depth of sound and spatiality across the front soundstage is top-notch.

Dialogue is perfectly balanced and always intelligible even the oddly-modulated voice of Batman is clear here, which wasn't always the case during theatrical showings.

The source is, of course, as clean and polished as you would expect from a major studio film. There isn't a note out of place on this TrueHD mix. Most of the supplements are on disc two in full video , with the third disc reserved for Digital Copy.

Is this the absolute ultimate special edition of 'The Dark Knight? I'll be surprised if there isn't a double-dip of 'Dark Knight' in our future, but for now, there should be enough extras here to satisfy fans.

I wouldn't argue the latter, though there are enough issues with the film that only time will tell how well it holds up.

But with a terrific story, great direction, Oscar-caliber performances and a fully-realized vision of Gotham City, 'The Dark Knight' is an absolute must-see.

This Blu-ray should satisfy expectations, with great video and audio, and a decent assortment of extras. Pick it up without hesitation.

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Leave A Comment. During playback, you must manually click your remote when an icon appears or simply pull them up directly from the Extras submenu , which will then branch off to the full-screen segment before returning you to the movie.

I find this an ungainly approach considering Blu-ray is capable of much better interactivity. In any case, the material is repurposed for the most part from the other, stand-alone featurettes on the second disc.

Sparse cast and crew appearances are featured all taken on-set or shortly after production was completed , and focus almost entirely on the action, stunts and costumes, so as a straight making-of this is a good piece.

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Batman is good, yes, The Joker is evil, yes. But Batman poses a more complex puzzle than usual: The citizens of Gotham City are in an uproar, calling him a vigilante and blaming him for the deaths of policemen and others.

And the Joker is more than a villain. The key performance in the movie is by the late Heath Ledger , as the Joker. Will he become the first posthumous Oscar winner since Peter Finch?

His clown's makeup more sloppy than before, his cackle betraying deep wounds, he seeks revenge, he claims, for the horrible punishment his father exacted on him when he was a child.

In one diabolical scheme near the end of the film, he invites two ferry-loads of passengers to blow up the other before they are blown up themselves.

By the end, the whole moral foundation of the Batman legend is threatened. Eckhart does an especially good job as Harvey Dent, whose character is transformed by a horrible fate into a bitter monster.

It is customary in a comic book movie to maintain a certain knowing distance from the action, to view everything through a sophisticated screen.

Yes, the special effects are extraordinary. They focus on the expected explosions and catastrophes, and have some superb, elaborate chase scenes.

The movie was shot on location in Chicago, but it avoids such familiar landmarks as Marina City, the Wrigley Building or the skyline.

He presents the city as a wilderness of skyscrapers, and a key sequence is set in the still-uncompleted Trump Tower.

Through these heights, the Batman moves at the end of strong wires, or sometimes actually flies, using his cape as a parasail.

Vincent Riotta as Cop at 52nd St. Nancy Crane as Nurse. Matt Shallenberger as Berg. Michael Andrew Gorman as Cop at Hospital.

Lanny Lutz as Bartender. Peter DeFaria as Civilian. Matt Rippy as First Mate. Ariyon Bakare as Guard Commander.

Doug Ballard as Businessman. Helene Wilson as Mother. Tommy Campbell as Passenger. Craig Heaney as Passenger. Lorna Gayle as Passenger.

Matthew Leitch as Prisoner on Ferry. Tommy "Tiny" Lister as Tattoeed Prisoner. Thomas Gaitsch as Reporter 3.

Adam Kalesperis as Honor Guard Man. Tristan Tait as Uniform Cop. Gertrude Kyles as Fox's Secretary. Jonathan Ryland as Passenger Ferry Pilot. James Scales as Guardsman.

Nigel Carrington as Warden. Ian Pirie as Prisoner. Lateef Lovejoy as Prisoner. Grahame Edwards as Prisoner. Roger Monk as Prisoner. Ronan Summers as Prisoner.

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View All Critic Reviews Jul 20, This is the best comic book movie of all time. A dark, gritty, and realistic look on how superheroes would act and how they can remain unidentified.

With great lead performances by Christian Bale Batman and Heath Ledger The Joker I believe this is if not the best comic book movie and a competitor for the top spot in crime thrillers as well.

Deserves its fantastic reviews and box office totals. Tyler H Super Reviewer. Jun 20, About as near perfect of a film as you can get for a comic book or action film.

The script was brilliant, Heath Ledger's performance was well worth the Oscar he received. Even the intriguing, yet simplistic first scene sets the tone for the entire film.

It says something about a film when every other film in its sub-genre tries to emulate it in some shape or form.

This really kicked off the style that Marvel is going with now in that the films are first and foremost genre films but with superheroes added to them this being a crime thriller w superheroes.

Definitely one that should be watched by everyone. This film commonly is called the best comic book movie ever and it is hard to argue with people that make that claim.

Patrick W Super Reviewer. May 10, Confidently directed, dark, brooding, and packed with impressive action sequences and a complex story, The Dark Knight includes a career-defining turn from Heath Ledger as well as other Oscar worthy performances, TDK remains not only the best Batman movie, but comic book movie ever created.

Gage P Super Reviewer. May 01, After Christopher Nolan resuscitated Batman in Batman Begins , he brought us this complex, dark and thrilling sequel that shows us how thrilling comic book films can ultimately be.

Sean T Super Reviewer. See all Audience reviews. The Joker: Enter quote here Madness, as you know, is like gravity, all it takes is a little push.

The Joker: Madness, as you know, is like gravity, all it takes is a little push. The Joker: Ya wanna know how I got these scars?

My father; was a drinker; and a fiend. And one night, he goes off craazier than usual. Mommy grabs the kitchen knife to defend herself.

He doesn't like that. So, me watching, he takes the knife to her, laughing while he does it. He turns to me and say, "Why so Serious? He comes at me with the knife.

Sticks the blade in my mouth. Turns to hostage behind victim "Why so serious? And one night, he goes off crazier than usual. He turns to me and say, why so serious?

Why so serious? Let's put a smile on that face! Harvey Dent: It's not about what I want. It's about what's fair! The Joker: We made it.

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If I have any problems with 'The Dark Knight,' it's the bloated length. The film ultimately feels like different movies fused together.

Though there seems to nothing in terms of narrative that could be fully cut out, the film still feels overlong.

And by the overly-plotted conclusion, The Joker and Two-Face have both worn out their welcomes to the point of almost becoming irritating.

It's not helped that Nolan resorts to a child-in-jeopardy cliffhanger that is the only schmaltzy and contrived element in an otherwise subtle and astute script.

If 'The Dark Knight' still wraps itself in a satisfying if open-ended denouement, it still could have been a bit more streamlined getting there. Even if I don't think 'The Dark Knight' should be regarded as a classic only months after its theatrical release can't we let it sit and stew awhile a before cementing its legacy?

It's rare a movie achieves that pop culture triple lutz of being critically lauded, adored by audiences, and regarded as a landmark of its kind.

If you are somehow one of the twelve people in the world who still haven't seen 'The Dark Knight,' then this Blu-ray is absolutely a must-see.

Don't worry -- 'The Dark Knight' does not disappoint. Aside from one caveat, I found nothing to complain about here. The majority of the film is 2.

Personally, I found the flip-flopping at times slightly distracting. While the jump between compositions isn't that jarring when it comes after long scenes such as the opening, which is 1.

The upside is that the IMAX material does display a noticeable uptick in clarity and resolution. The 35mm-based footage is certainly no slouch, but there is an added sharpness and depth to the IMAX-originated footage that raises the bar for what Blu-ray is capable of.

That said, the whole of the transfer is excellent. The source is absolutely spotless, with no defects and a smooth, clean veneer.

Blacks are quite simply the richest I think I've seen on a Blu-ray, and contrast is never too hot or too flat. The image pops with wonderful depth -- it is never less than three-dimensional -- yet remains natural and appealing.

Color saturation is likewise rich, with splashes of deep primaries and not a hint of chroma noise, bleeding or smearing.

Fleshtones are also accurate, except in situations of intentional stylization. Shadow delineation is also exemplary, with even the darkest areas brimming with fine textures and detail.

Unfortunately, my caveat is that there is edge enhancement that results in visible edge halos. While the encode is otherwise rock solid -- I found no artifacts, such as aliasing or pixelization -- the edge enhancement, if slight, is clearly visible in longer shots such as the parade sequence.

It is the only element of this presentation that deserves any knocks, though hardly a fatal flaw. In all other respects, 'The Dark Knight' is a stunner.

Warner provides a Dolby TrueHD 5. This is first-rate audio and also surely a new demo-worthy soundtrack. The score is almost subliminal at times in its use of low tones, rumbling bass, and ominous cues.

The subwoofer really gets a workout here, with some of the most effective low bass I've heard on a Blu-ray. The centerpiece action scene with the Batmobile is a stand-out, and will likely be playing in Best Buy showrooms for months.

Surround use is finely-tuned both for discrete effects the rear soundstage is active and engaging and subtle, sustained ambiance. Tech specs are easily up to par, with expansive dynamics.

Low bass is again as tight as a drum, and depth of sound and spatiality across the front soundstage is top-notch.

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