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Review: The Dark Knight on 4k Ultra HD Blu-ray

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What more can be said about Christopher Nolan’s superb sequel to his reboot of the Batman franchise: Batman Begins?  The mere fact that it was already much improved over the first film, a fine comic book movie in its own right, was enough to make fans and fanboys alike eager to see it, but when word leaked of a powerhouse performance, as opposed to some new, cool special effect, from Heath Ledger as the Joker (a role previously assayed by Jack Nicholson in classic form), fan and general audience anticipation rose to a fevered pitch…and that was before Ledger tragically died, having completed all his scenes for the film. Read the full Review of The Dark Knight on Ultra HD Blu-ray.

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