The final, and the best, Dark Knight film. Everything about this movie is perfect. You have to be made of wood to not feel compelled. The characters are amazingly human, when I first heard Bane would be the villain, I was dissapointed. I always felt that bane was just one-dimensional muscles and perhaps the choice a director like Michael Bay would make. This film made you not only identify with Bane, but sympathize with him (I won't reveal how, due to spoilers). Catwoman was always one of my favorite Batman characters, but I never got why she steals. This movie creates an excellent and complex reason. Of course Bale's Batman becomes increasingly intriguing, like in the last two. The acting is also fantastic , Nolan directs them inspiringly well. Michael Caine, breaks new ground in his career and delivers some of the most emotional lines of the script very well. Christian Bale hasn't lost his touch as Batman. Anne Hathaway does a better Catwoman than expected and even beats Michelle Pfeifers performance. Tom Hardy is amazingly threatening as Bane. The action scenes are visually stunning, intense and kinetic. A beautifully made story from Christopher Nolan and the best superhero movie I have ever seen.