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The Dark Knight Trilogy: The Complete Screenplays (Opus Screenplay) Paperback – August 1, 2012
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To boot, you get all the screenplays as well - an interesting read if you are a fan of the films and filmmaking in general.
All in all, I would recommend this to anyone who has a high regard for Nolan, his work, and this trilogy of films in particular.
As a former script reader in L.A., I have always appreciated the artform (and when done right, it is an artform), so to see these three amazing screenplays collected in one volume was very exciting for me. however, even if you're not a former reader, and just love these three movies, this is a great read. For me, The dark Knight Rises really helped bring the three movies together, and really made it feel like it was a triligy, chronicling basically the entire story of Bruce Wayne as Batman. Now, hopefully, we'll get another trilogy with a new batman, but either way, this story, the story of Christian Bale as Batman, has been told, and here it is, collected in a very large book. And the storyboards? Just icing on the cake, my friends!
What prevents me from giving a five-star review is that the scripts are incomplete. In various places, the text "SCENE OMITTED" appears, letting the reader know that this isn't truly the COMPLETE screenplays, as the title states. It seems to be scenes that were deleted from the final film were left out of the printing, even when they appeared on the DVD/BluRay special features. That's really disappointing.
So overall while this could have come of as just reading the movie's [in some parts it was like that] this was overall a very good read and I say check it out!