Thursday, August 23, 2012

Review: The Dark Knight Trilogy: The Complete Screenplays with Storyboards

The Dark Knight Trilogy: The Complete Screenplays with Storyboards by Christopher Nolan, Jonathan Nolan and David S. Goyer
Kindle Edition

Published August 15th 2012 by OPUS

Christopher Nolan brings The Dark Knight trilogy to its climax.
The trilogy commenced with Batman Begins, which traced the origins of how Bruce Wayne took on the role of the masked crusader to fight the forces of evil.
In the second film, The Dark Knight, Batman found himself battling the anarchy unleashed by the Joker.
Physically and psychologically depleted by the events at the end of The Dark Knight, in The Dark Knight Rises Batman must marshal all his resources to meet the threat to Gotham City posed by the masked villain Bane.
These three films form a trilogy unique in the history of cinema - and express a dark imaginative vision that reflects the uncertainties of the twenty-first century.
This volume contains the complete screenplays of all three films, together with storyboards from each one.

This was very neat. I liked the book because I LOVED the movies. I’m assuming your only reading this because you have seen them. If you haven’t seen them then what the heck have you been doing with your life… Go now... I’ll wait….


I really did love these movies so seeing the actual screenplays and some of the storyboards were pretty cool. They didn’t have the storyboards for the entire movie but they did have sections. I skimmed through the book because there is no reason for me to read the entire screenplay when I’ve seen the movies.

I would love to buy this for my husband for Christmas or something. He really enjoyed the movies too.

If you loved the movies then I suggest picking this up.

My Rating:

*This book was provided by NetGalley and the publisher in return for an honest review*

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