The Dark Knight Ending Explained: Sometimes The Truth Isn’t Good Enough
But there’s no denying the impact Nolan’s Bat-buster had on the film industry in 2008, not least of all the “Batman” franchise.
Building on what he had done three years earlier with “Batman Begins,” Nolan’s movie cemented the modern era of Caped Crusader cinema.
Gone are the grotesque Expressionist stylings of Tim Burton or the Day-Glo campiness of Joel Schumacher.
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