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'The Dark Knight' Sells Out on Fandango
#11
You're right, she doesn't like it.
There's no crying in baseball
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#12
3dR3 Wrote:will get a boot leg.. :)

That is the way most likely I will be seeing it. :shifty:
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#13
Anybody else catch it in the theater?
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#14
Going to see it in IMAX Tuesday.
Will it blend? That is the question.
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#15
heard good things about it.... haven't seen it yet... i'm still trying to piece together 3 hours of my saturday night..
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#16
I am going to attempt a write-up of it but it is going to end up sounding like a cross between random jibberish and comic-book porn.
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#17
I saw it Friday night at the IMAX. Absolutely epic.

This movie kicked so much ass. Very entertaining, very exciting, and always kept you guessing what will happen next. It was very well done, beautifully shot. The action scenes were absolutely epic!!!

Heath Ledger blew me away. He is the absolute coolest villain ever put to film. What a badass, and absolutely nuts. I can no longer see the Joker any other way... sadly it's all we'll ever get of it, there can't be another one featuring him. Very sad, but a tremendous final appearance (not technically, but you know).

On the IMAX after having seen it.... You actually can tell the difference between the scenes based on aspect ratio. The IMAX scenes take up the full screen, and the 35mm scenes too a traditional widescreen look. Nonetheless, I was looking for it, my girl didn't notice half the time. Most of the key action scenes are shot in IMAX, and it pays off big time. If you go see this movie, try to see it like this, it's worth it!! Sadly, we were at the back of a long line (after showing up at 8:30 for the 10pm show no less) so we had to sit in the front deck. We had to look up a bit, which I hate, but in that theatre it really didn't matter as much as it would on a normal screen. You can still see everything! But I would opt to wait a few weeks and see it again in a quieter theater and a good seat though.

When the credits rolled, the whole place was clapping....

Anyways.... bottom line.... see this movie!!!
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#18
Fel Wrote:I saw it Friday night at the IMAX. Absolutely epic.

This movie kicked so much ass. Very entertaining, very exciting, and always kept you guessing what will happen next. It was very well done, beautifully shot. The action scenes were absolutely epic!!!

Anyways.... bottom line.... see this movie!!!

this is all i read......... shhhh ;)
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3dR3 Wrote:this is all i read......... shhhh ;)

Haha... I didn't give anything away... just talking about the IMAX. It's sweet!
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#20
http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,388124,00.html

LONDON — "The Dark Knight" actor Christian Bale was arrested on Tuesday for allegedly assaulting his mother and sister, according to British media reports.

Earlier Tuesday, the Welsh-born actor, who plays Batman in "The Dark Knight," was in custody at a central London police station being questioned by officers over the incident, said to have taken place in his hotel suite.

“A 34-year-old man attended a Central London police station this morning and was arrested in connection with an allegation of assault," a police spokeswoman said. "He currently remains in custody."

British police do not name suspects before they are formally charged.

Bale, 34, allegedly lashed out at his relatives in his suite at Park Lane’s Dorchester Hotel on Sunday.

According to Sky News, Bale's mother Jenny, 61, and sister Sharon, 40, went to police on Monday to make a formal allegation against Bale. The complaint about the actor was then passed on to the Metropolitan Police for further investigation.

Despite the alleged incident and report, Bale was allowed to attend the first European screening of the new Batman blockbuster "The Dark Knight" in London's West End on Monday night.

The film, which stars the late Heath Ledger as Batman's nemesis The Joker, took in a record $158.4 million in its opening weekend in the U.S. last week, overtaking former record-holder "Spider-Man 3."

Bale first made a splash as the child star of Steven Spielberg's "Empire of the Sun" in 1987. His screen credits also include "American Psycho," "The Machinist" and "Batman Begins."

In "The Dark Knight," Bale reprises his "Batman Begins" role of wealthy playboy Bruce Wayne and his crime-fighting alter-ego Batman, a brooding vigilante superhero still scarred by the murder of his parents.
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