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Friday, January 11, 2013


Director Christopher Nolan’s Batman trilogy, which concluded last summer with The Dark Knight Rises, is probably one of the most well-executed comic book hero franchises in recent memory. So good, in fact, that every now and then it’s nice just to have a little taste – even when there isn’t time to watch all three flicks back to back.

Luckily, the folks at Screen Rant have done us all a solid and crammed all of the best moments from the three films into one three-minute clip (above) for those who need a Bat-fix, even when there isn’t a lot of Bat-time. Three movies. Three minutes. One great way to bask in the world of Bruce Wayne.

“To do justice to this almost seven-hour-long trilogy in only three minutes, we chose to focus on the story of Gotham City – especially since many viewers consider Gotham to be the ‘true’ main character in Nolan’s films,” the video’s editor wrote on the site. “It’s [sic] fall from glory spawned a man determined to help restore it and, in the end, he does just that, but not without some bumps along the way. If you can call Ra’s and Talia al Ghul, the Scarecrow, the Joker, Two-Face, Bane and Catwoman just ‘bumps.’”

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