It is finally here! Batman Begins, The Dark Knight, and now The Dark Knight Rises… does the final chapter live up to expectations? Anne Hathaway as Catwoman, Tom Hardy as Bane - what can Christopher Nolan do to possibly outdo himself? Alex and Jeff managed to see make it into an early screening and have their full, spoiler-free review!
This week on Operation Kino, we’re reviewing the most anticipated movie of the summer, The Dark Knight Rises. From there we move on to a recap of this year’s San Diego Comic Con, filling David in on what he missed by not attending, and going over the stuff we liked despite being exhausted from being marketed to for four days straight. But before any of that, there’s a lightning round inspired by Bruce Wayne, then tidbits, in which David talks about the one-night only release of the concert documentary Shut Up And Play The Hits, Katey talks about the use of IMAX in feature films like The Dark Knight Rises, Patches talks about the comic book My Friend Dahmer and Da7e runs down some recent interesting crowd funded movie projects. We end, as always, with your lightning round answers for dessert.
Jonah shares a conspiracy theory, Chris makes an announcement about a sporting event he is going to partake in and some of your Quemments are answered!
Continuing their journey to the VCR repair shop, Mike and Jay take a break to discuss the latest Hollywood flops Battleship starring Johnny Depp and Dark Shadows starring Rihanna.
Mike and Jay see some little independent film nobody’s heard of called The Dark Knight Rises, directed by Christopher Nolan.
Thanks to the double combination of recovering from the San Diego Comic-Con and the late night Dark Knight movie experience, Josh, Conor and Ron are overtired and a bit punchy, but you know that’s just when things get interesting and a bit wacky.
Christopher Nolan’s epic Batman trilogy comes to an end with The Dark Knight Rises! Conor Kilpatrick, Ron Richards, and Josh Flanagan gather to discuss the ending to the most acclaimed superhero trilogy of all time. Did Nolan stick the landing or go flying off the rails? And unfortunately it’s not all fun and games as the tragic events of Aurora, CO cast a shadow over everything.
This week, Dave, Devindra, and Adam are joined by Germain Lussier to discuss the fascinating remake of The Three Stooges and to review one of the most anticipated films of the year. Also: Dave compares Christopher Nolan to Michael Bay. Tune in to find out how!