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Although the film has problems and some plot issues, The Dark Knight Rises is a solid conclusion to Christopher Nolan.s Batman franchise. The film matches the epic scope of Batman Begins and The Dark Knight while keeping the story somewhat grounded in the realism that Nolan and company created for the Batman character. Loaded with hours of behind-the-scenes bonus material that take fans deep into the making of the film and covers almost every aspect that went into concluding the story, the Dark Knight Rises arrives from Blu-ray looking and sounding spectacular. Like The Dark Knight, the film is perfect for the high-def format (with a crystal clear picture bringing out tons of details in costuming »

- Patrick Luce

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