*LOST REVIEW OF MRBRIGHT* Review coming tomorrow night. Full and detailed review coming tomorrow night. Note: Age rating and star rating are only predictions. Sorry for the delay and everything. You won't regret waiting for this fully and richly detailed review of the finale to Christopher Nolan's Dark Knight series. UPDATE 7/20/12: I have to say this: I will not review this until next week. In respect for the victims of the Colorado shooting this midnight, I will not review this movie until next week. I just want to say that this shooting shouldn't have happened. There were tons of innocent people just wanting to watch the movie and they had a horrifying experience. Everybody should respect the victims of the shooting and I will. R.I.P. innocent victims. My prayers will be with you. UPDATE REAL REVIEW: Never I have seen such a thrilling and dark movie. The atmosphere is extremely dark and unsettling, the air filled with terror. The brief humor doesn't do much to lighten the atmosphere. Bane's terrorism strikes fear into the citizens of Gotham. As a whole movie, it strikes fear into the audience. Brilliant acting by Christian Bale as Batman and Tom Hardy (who is usually very comedic) as the cold-hearted Bane. Anne Hathaway surprisingly gives a decent performance as Selina Kyle, the cat burglar and Catwoman. Gary Oldman is still good as Commissioner Gordon, stunned after the tragic events in the end of The Dark Knight. Michael Caine surprisingly plays an important role in the film, has a lot of screen time, and gives a heartbreaking performance as Wayne's butler. Marion Cotillard is pretty good as Miranda Tate. And Joseph Gordon-Levitt, playing an ordinary cop, gives an extraordinary performance. Christopher Nolan, as always, shows off his masterful directing skills in here. The screenplay is decent, the editing is good, and just everything was epic. In conclusion, this movie, for me, should be classified as an epic and a classic not to be forgotten. For the IMAX review, let me tell you that Nolan brought IMAX cameras wherever he was filming and this film has about an hour of IMAX footage. The IMAX really stresses the thrills of the movie's clever action sequences. I would recommend it. Now for the parental review. There are strong positive messages and role models from Bruce Wayne/Batman who is willing to put his life in front of others to save them. However, Bane is a negative role model. There is strong violence here, with Bane killing his enemies by snapping their necks a lot. There is also a lot of gunfire, torture, kidnapping, and terrorism. I jumped A LOT of times during this movie, because of A LOT of sudden gunfire and explosions. Also, I'll tell you of a jump scene that happens early in the movie. *MINOR SPOILER* When Selina Kyle, is examining an arrow in Wayne Manor, an arrow is suddenly shot towards her. *MILD SPOILER END* For sexual content, there is a moderate amount of sensuality. There is a moderate amount of language here. There were a few religious exclamations and mild obscenities. I was offended by the religious obscenities since I am a Christian. The Lamborghini is here again and this movie is part of the DC Universe. There is some drinking in parties in this film. Overall, this is a worthy finale to a masterful series.