An incredible DC movie is dominating Netflix today.
Superhero fans were pleased to discover that on March 1st, two-thirds of the unbeatable trilogy of Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight arrived at the massive bookstore. Yes, Batman Begins in 2005 and The Dark Knight in 2008 is now up and running and only the Dark Knight Rises in 2012 is out of date. The Dark Knight is the Seventh most famous Netflix film in the United States this Wednesday, according to the stats of FlixPatrol.
It’s certainly no shock to see the movie for the 100th time that users have flocked and it is undoubtedly the best comic book movie ever for a reason, and it is perhaps the most interesting. And 13 years after it was published, when the superhero material had exposed, it was still unmatched by many fans.
Take, for example, the social media movement last December. The Dark Knight was declared by tweeters to be the greatest superhero cop of the bunch. Then again in January, the sequel came into the discussion as fans recalled the phenomenal success of Heath Ledger as the Joker on his death anniversary. Indeed, Ledger has received a posthumous Oscar for Best Supporting Actor in his portrait of the Clown Prince of Crime which is also a highly unusual award for a super-release movie in a major category of the Academy.
If you have Batman Begins and TDK already binged and mood for the completion of the trilogy, so you must jump over to HBO Max to capture the Dark Knight Rises, or you can rent or purchase it on any VOD platform you want. If you didn’t know otherwise the two Christian Bale Batman films had been on service yet and didn’t stream them, go right now to make the mistake.