Captain Craig wrote:
This isn't the first time I've seen this in a review
. We've pondered how the graphic and dark nature may hurt TDK some...but will it? People seem to let hype overule them so I can see more parents taking kids to TDK who shouldn't be there and thus probably disrupting other moviegoers as well.
If you see any movie this summer, I implore you to see 'The Dark Knight'. All the hype, all the insane viral marketing, the two minute trailer, it pales in comparison to sitting through the actual movie. Oh and a quick word to parents, this is not a kids movie, and I would not recommend it for any child under 13 and even thatís pushing it.
Eh, I have come to accept that part of moviegoing (at least where I live) is that no matter the rating, no matter how late the showing, there will always be at least a couple of kids waaay too young to be in there.
Granted, I live in a redneck enough area that I had to endure a 10 year old and his dad making gay jokes about Frodo and Sam all through Fellowship of the Ring...