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Warner Bros. Pictures Okay, this very first one is a little predictable, but we might too get “The Dark Knight” out of the way first.Christopher Nolan’s Batman trilogy came at a time when the superhero movie market wasn’t as saturated as it is right now, and it provided audiences a semirealistic, modern take on the Caped Crusader with an exceptional cast and crew behind it.
” The Dark Knight” mixes post-9/ 11 worries and pacey blockbuster storytelling to pit Christian Bale’s Bruce Wayne against a terrifying hazard, the Joker (Heath Ledger), whose just motivation is to trigger chaos for the sake of chaos.Of course
, Ledger’s efficiency is nothing except famous and specified the Clown Prince of Criminal offense for a generation– making him a posthumous Oscar.The plot itself
is a lot more complex and real than anything in the MCU, partially since it doesn’t need to focus on superpowers or cosmic beings to tell its story. Instead, simply an accomplice of extremely well-written heroes, bad guys, and everyone in between. That’s all without discussing the sheer skill Nolan
assembled behind the screen, as it boasts the likes of Hans Zimmer’s hair-raising score, Wally Pfister’s stunning cinematography, and the sensational story from David S. Goyer.