Editor’s Note: This post will be “stuck” to the homepage all weekend long. After you get back from seeing The Dark Knight Rises, no matter when you see it, come back and share in the discussion. We’re anxious to hear what you think.

The critics have had their say, and you allowed it. Hell, you even let me give it a big black eye and you remained civil in our comments section. For that, I applaud you, dear readers. You’ve proven once again that the best of the Internet’s denizens choose Film School Rejects. Now it’s time for you to answer the big question about The Dark Knight Rises. Director Christopher Nolan has returned to finish off his ‘Dark Knight Trilogy’ with one massive, totally destructive film that sees Batman (Christian Bale) square off with a villain whose strength is as much of mind as it is of body. Bane (Tom Hardy) isn’t his only worry though, as a tightly-clad cat-burglar named Selina Kyle (Anne Hathaway) is also sticking thorns in the side of the Caped Crusader. What is a broken down billionaire vigilante to do? Go to war, that’s what.

Now all we ask, as you pour out of your midnight screenings around the world, is that you bring your own warring words to our comments section. Jump on down there and tell us what you thought of Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight Rises.


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