Top 10 The Dark Knight Trilogy Moments

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Top 10 The Dark Knight Trilogy Moments

Here are the Top 10 moments from Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight trilogy, which includes “Batman Begins”, “The Dark Knight”, and “The Dark Knight Rises”.

WARNING: THIS LIST INCLUDES MASSIVE SPOILERS FOR “THE DARK KNIGHT RISES”

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Author: Ed Zarnawski

Ed Zarnawski (aka Juggernaut) lives in Bucks County PA. with his lovely wife and daughter. His likes are comic book films, action movies and the horror genre, basically anything awesome. His dislikes are anything that sucks.
  • Rick Ford

    Bruce escaping the Lazarus Pit should be there somewhere

    • Juggernaut

      That was a great, albeit long, scene.

  • ErickKwon

    Covered all the bases, but I wish there was room for one of the Scarecrow moments from “Begins” and Alfred’s absolutely painful breakdown in front of the Wayne’s grave. As sketchy as the fear gas plot was, the effects work for onscreen Scarecrow seemed truly terrifying the first time around

    • Juggernaut

      The scene when Scarecrow accidentally gets gassed and sees Batman as the demonic crature with black gunk oozing from his mouth was on the list but dropped due to revisions. i also loved Alfred’s breakdown but I think I’d go with the scene between Bruce and Alfred when he quits/gets fired. That was such a touching and poigniant scene.

      • ErickKwon

        God, Black Tar Demon Batman seemed so unsettling and make-up was fantastic. And I think Michael Caine’s Alfred is as iconic as Bale=Bruce/Batman. You could easily do a Top 10 Alfred Moments list

        • Juggernaut

          Agreed.

  • d presure

    Damn what a wrecked list. The interrogation room scene should be higher. Bane’s plan? Robin? You used the word “brilliant” for someone saying “hey by the way did you know your name was robin” ROBIN! That’s brilliant? It’s the laziest, cheapest way possible.