Star Trek Into Darkness
A Glimpse Inside the Mind of Charles Swan III
Christopher Nolan's latest exploration of the Batman mythology steeps its muddled plot in so much murk that the Joker's maniacal nihilism comes to seem like a recurrent grace note.
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Jul 18 - 05:40 AM
King Tut of the Trolls
Jul 20 - 03:04 PM
i cant stand when other people try to be an ass to people who just are giving what they think about the movie. Total jerkoffs
Jul 25 - 04:05 PM
Thank you, James! You can't call a review 'terrible' any more than you can call a work of art 'boring'. If you don't get it, it's not for you.
Aug 11 - 06:39 PM
Who are you to critique someone else's review? Are you a professional film reviewer?
Aug 27 - 12:49 AM
Oh god no.....not a negative review....omg the world is going to end! Someone doesn't worship Nolan's Batman movies like I do! (I love sarcasm)
Aug 7 - 02:17 AM
Did you just call The Goodfellas boring?
Young one, I believe you may be cinematically challenged.
May 11 - 01:41 AM
The guy does write for the Wall Street Journal, not exactly known for its entertainment section, ya know. Take it with a grain of salt. Besides he liked Meet Dave and Zohan so its obvious he wasn't hired for his ability to tell good from bad.
Why, exactly, does the Wall Street Journal constitute a top critic anyway?
Jul 18 - 09:44 AM
He's an elitist who suffers from an inferiority complex that shows up most when the masses can appreciate a movie as much as he can.
Jul 25 - 06:06 AM
that review would be valid if today was opposite day...however it is not..so im sorry joe but u are just...wrong
Jul 18 - 09:46 AM
Another NY critic, another rotten review. Sigh. These 'tards will do everything in their power to bash TDK and bring down its hype and score.
Jul 18 - 09:47 AM
your comment makes you look like an unintelligent fool. How old are you? 11?
Aug 21 - 09:38 PM
That was kinda mean but true.
Jun 2 - 01:39 PM
Say My Name
this guy actually has pretty good tastes... guess he just wanted to be a huge turd and dump on the dark knight unjustly.
"During the first few minutes of Mamma Mia! I resisted the bombardment of good cheer, then surrendered almost unconditionally."This tells you all you need to know about this reviewer's "taste".
Jul 18 - 09:51 AM
well besides that. he liked iron man and ****, how can you not like the dark knight which is way better?
Jul 18 - 09:58 AM
He liked Mama Mia but not The Dark Knight.
I think his review gave me diabetes.
Jul 18 - 03:03 PM
Jul 18 - 12:33 AM
He also liked Twilight: Eclipse? lol whut?
Jul 24 - 11:38 PM
It's probably because he thought it was scary.
Jul 18 - 08:25 PM
cheaplog nailed it! Here's guessing Joseph thoroughly enjoyed Nell, disliked Braveheart, raved about Beaches and thumbed his nose at Tombstone. My kind of 'man'!
Jul 26 - 12:38 PM
are you sure hes a man?? i think josephine is a lesbian
Jul 27 - 02:17 PM
Sir, Did your wife take your balls when you got married to her? Honestly. Can you not see talent if it went up your *** and out your mouth?
Dec 9 - 08:21 PM
I agree with you Joe. I enjoyed TDK, it was a good movie, but it was intense and dark, not too many high notes if you will.In regard to the fanboi's comments I'm replying to, cheaplog ("cheap" because I wouldn't pay a penny for them), have you seen Mamma Mia!? Unlike TDK, when I left the theater after seeing Mamma Mia!, I left happier than when I went in. That's exactly the opposite of what Joe said regarding TDK, learn to see reoccurring themes, neanderthal.
Dec 28 - 10:38 PM
wow, that's about the most pompous thing i've ever heard.
Jul 18 - 09:48 AM
DAmn it there are only 3 top critic rottens...Rotten Tomatoes fix this crap!!!!!!
Jul 18 - 09:49 AM
what is it with you? does your hard-on coincide with the tomatometer for this movie? go play everquest or something.
Jul 18 - 09:57 AM
Damn it, now we need 33,000 fresh reviews to get it above 99.5 %. Now I can't enjoy the movie!!
Jul 18 - 09:59 AM
Don't these idiots realize that Batman is SUPPOSED to be dark, gothic and terrifying?!?!
I mean, we're not talking Sunny-Superman here.
Jul 18 - 10:01 AM
No? I agree with you that this reviewer is silly, but original batman comics and TV shows were about the goofiest things you could see. He became dark later, but Batman is definitely not, "supposed" to be anything.
Jul 20 - 12:40 AM
I agree with Dragon. Wall Street Journal writers are business and news writers, hardly entertainment writers. He [probably never even watched this movie, he was just checking stocks on his Blackberry the whole time. Waste of a perfectly good ticket... and a review of a completly awesome movie.
Jul 18 - 10:02 AM
And Heath Ledger redeemed himself of being a gay cowboy. His performance was probably his finest. Obviously Joe didnt recognize this... too bad...
Jul 18 - 10:05 AM
Once again, myopic-minded fools trash a critic without bothering to refute their review point by point. Instead, they cry and moan and act as intellectually as a 3-year-old. What morons.
Jul 18 - 11:55 AM
The film is great, this review is ridiculous, and all the homophobic bigotry in the commentary here is idiotic. What, are you twelve?"redeemed himself for playing a gay cowboy". What crap.
Jul 18 - 02:52 PM
"And Heath Ledger redeemed himself of being a gay cowboy..."
Redeemed himself? He was amazing in Brokeback Mountain and won several well-deserved rewards for it.
It's really pathetic that some of you morons can't find a more creative way to express yourselves without resorting to homophobia. How old are you anyway? Six? Seven years old?
You're embarassing yourselves.
Jul 18 - 04:48 PM
Joe clearly likes Ledgers performance, as you can read in even THE FREAKING HEADLINE. Imbecile.
Aug 18 - 10:30 AM
Master Ghandi,Did you even read the review? He didn't like the movie, he never said anything bad about Heath Ledger if you read the review.
Nov 20 - 02:54 PM
Wow, truly a disgrace to the world of critics. I guess its just sometimes peoples prerogatives to go against the grain. Makes sense though, considering this critic is from The Wall Street Journal.
Jul 18 - 10:06 AM
He didn't "redeem himself" from being a gay cowboy.
He outdid himself.
High praise indeed.
Jul 18 - 11:13 AM