What do I need to know before watching The Dark Knight Rises?
5 Things To Know Before Seeing ‘The Dark Knight Rises’
- Bane has nothing to do with Mitt Romney.
- Batman began with the League of Shadows.
- Harvey Dent is dead, but he still has two faces.
- Bruce Wayne has a broken heart.
- Size matters … but so does sound.
What does the end of The Dark Knight Rises mean?
Blake has spent the entire film being promoted as the closest thing to Batman’s heir apparent, from his revelation that he deduced Bruce Wayne’s secret identity to the end reveal that his legal name is “Robin.” As the credits hit and Hans Zimmer’s score blares, he ascends to take on the mantle.
Why is The Dark Knight Rises Not on Netflix?
Due to copyright issues, Netflix has removed The Dark Knight Rises from the US, UK, Canada, and Australia. The good news is you can still stream The Dark Knight Rises on Netflix US with a VPN.
Can I watch Dark Knight Rises without watching Batman Begins?
You don’t have to watch Batman Begins before The Dark Knight unless if you’re going to watch The Dark Knight Rises. But if you just watch The Dark Knight by itself that’s okay you wouldn’t have to watch Batman Begins. The Dark Knight has its own movie.
What is the best order to watch The Batman movies?
Here’s Decider’s guide on how (and where!) to watch all the Batman movies in order.
- ‘Batman: The Movie’ (1966) Photo: Everett Collection.
- ‘Batman’ (1989)
- ‘Batman Returns’ (1992)
- ‘Batman Forever’ (1995)
- ‘Batman and Robin’ (1997)
- ‘Batman Begins’ (2005)
- ‘The Dark Knight’ (2008)
- ‘The Dark Knight Rises’ (2012)
Which Batman has Bane in it?
Eight years after the Joker’s reign of anarchy, Batman, with the help of the enigmatic Catwoman, is forced from his exile to save Gotham City from the brutal guerrilla terrorist Bane.