Christopher Nolan's “The Dark Knight Rises,” the third in his Batman series, and eighth Batman movie overall (counting the 1966 comedy), is the biggest of them all.
Coming in at nearly three hours featuring a story spanning years, it's a battle epic for the ages.
But it’s also rooted in the world’s current economic woes, and growing frustration over a widening gap between the ultra-rich and the have-nots. Read More
Hollywood usually designs its love triangles more along the lines of isosceles than equilateral. It must be absolutely clear which two partners the audience is supposed to root for, and the third is usually painted as slimy or annoying.If the partners are equal, as they are in the new “This Means War,” it’s problematic. Read More