The Dark Knight (2008)

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The Dark Knight (2008)

Drama | Action | Crime | Thriller
8.4 / 10
Release Date
16 July 2008
2 : 32 minutes
Spoken Language
English, 普通话
Batman raises the stakes in his war on crime. With the help of Lt. Jim Gordon and District Attorney Harvey Dent, Batman sets out to dismantle the remaining criminal organizations that plague the streets. The partnership proves to be effective, but they soon find themselves prey to a reign of chaos unleashed by a rising criminal mastermind known to the terrified citizens of Gotham as the Joker.

Cast Overview :

Bruce Wayne / Batman
by: Christian Bale
Alfred Pennyworth
by: Michael Caine
by: Heath Ledger
James Gordon
by: Gary Oldman
Harvey Dent / Two-Face
by: Aaron Eckhart
Rachel Dawes
by: Maggie Gyllenhaal
Lucius Fox
by: Morgan Freeman
Anna Ramirez
by: Monique Gabriela Curnen
Michael Wuertz
by: Ron Dean
Mayor Anthony Garcia
by: Nestor Carbonell
by: Chin Han
Sal Maroni
by: Eric Roberts
by: Ritchie Coster
Mike Engel
by: Anthony Michael Hall
Gerard Stephens
by: Keith Szarabajka
Coleman Reese
by: Joshua Harto
Barbara Gordon
by: Melinda McGraw
James Gordon Jr.
by: Nathan Gamble
by: Michael Jai White
Gillian B. Loeb
by: Colin McFarlane
Judge Janet Surrillo
by: Nydia Rodriguez Terracina
Tattooed Prisoner
by: Tom Lister Jr.
Bank Manager
by: William Fichtner
Jonathan Crane / Scarecrow
by: Cillian Murphy
Gentleman at Party
by: Patrick Leahy
Man Trying to Reach Coleman Reese (uncredited)
by: Matt Skiba
Thomas Schiff
by: David Dastmalchian
by: Michael Vieau
by: Michael Stoyanov
by: William Smillie
by: Danny Goldring
by: Matthew O'Neill
Drug Dealer
by: Olumiji Olawumi
Drug Buyer
by: Greg Beam
by: Erik Hellman
by: Beatrice Rosen
Crime Boss
by: Vincenzo Nicoli
by: Edison Chen
by: Andy Luther
Man No. 1
by: James Farruggio
Man No. 2
by: Tom McElroy
Assistant DA
by: Will Zahrn
Thug at Party
by: James Fierro
Male Guest
by: Sam Derence
Female Guest
by: Jennifer Knox
Judge Freel
by: Patrick Clear
Maroni's Mistress
by: Sarah Jayne Dunn
Gambol's Bodyguard (as Chucky Venn)
by: Charles Venn
Gambol's Bodyguard (as Winston Ellis)
by: Winston G. Ellis
by: Sophia Hinshelwood
by: Keith Kupferer
Cop Heckler
by: Joseph Luis Caballero
Acting Commissioner
by: Richard Dillane
Officer at Intersection
by: Daryl Satcher
Convoy Leader
by: Chris Petschler
Fat Thug
by: Aidan Feore
by: Philip Bulcock
Cop with Fat Thug
by: Paul Birchard
by: Walter Lewis
Cop at 250 52nd St.
by: Vincent Riotta
by: Nancy Crane
by: K. Todd Freeman
by: Matt Shallenberger
Cop at Hospital
by: Michael Andrew Gorman
by: Lanny Lutz
by: Peter DeFaria
First Mate
by: Matt Rippy
Prison Ferry Pilot
by: Andrew Bicknell
Guard Commander
by: Ariyon Bakare
by: Doug Ballard
by: Helene Wilson
by: Tommy Campbell
by: Craig Heaney
by: Lorna Gayle
by: Lisa McAllister
by: Peter Brooke
SWAT Sniper
by: Joshua Rollins
SWAT Leader
by: Dale Rivera
Prisoner on Ferry
by: Matthew Leitch
Reporter #3
by: Thomas Gaitsch
by: William Armstrong
Honor Guard Man
by: Adam Kalesperis
Uniform Cop
by: Tristan Tait
Bounty Hunter
by: Bronson Webb
Bounty Hunter
by: David Ajala
Fox's Secretary
by: Gertrude Kyles
Passenger Ferry Pilot
by: Jonathan Ryland
by: James Scales
by: Nigel Carrington
Corrections Officer
by: Ian Pirie
by: Lateef Lovejoy
by: Grahame Edwards
by: Roger Monk
by: Ronan Summers
Hong Kong Detective
by: Wai Wong
Honor Guard Leader
by: Michael Corey Foster
Gordon's Daughter
by: Hannah Gunn
Armored Car SWAT
by: Brandon Lambdin
Waiter (uncredited)
by: Jon Lee Brody
Bank Patron (uncredited)
by: Debbi Burns
Party Guest (uncredited)
by: Maritza Cabrera
Party Guest with Glass (uncredited)
by: Shirin Caiola
Party Guest (uncredited)
by: Laura Chernicky
Lau Henchman (uncredited)
by: Henry Milton Chu
Paramedic (uncredited)
by: Kelli Clevenger
Chechen Gangster (uncredited)
by: Richard Divizio
Press Conference Heckler (uncredited)
by: Tony Domino
Pedestrian (uncredited)
by: David Fultz
Ferry Passenger (uncredited)
by: Natalie Hallam
Police Officer (uncredited)
by: Jordon Hodges
Prisoner (uncredited)
by: Erron Jay
Immigrant Ferry Passenger (uncredited)
by: Daniel Jefferson
Shotgun SWAT (uncredited)
by: Nicky Katt
Parade Police Officer (uncredited)
by: Thomas Kosik
Maroni's Henchman (uncredited)
by: Don Kress
Assistant D.A. (uncredited)
by: Tim Krueger
Police Sgt. Spellman / Gotham Bomb Squad (uncredited)
by: Dan Latham
Helicopter SWAT Sniper (uncredited)
by: Tom McComas
Ferry Passenger (uncredited)
by: James Mellor
Officer (uncredited)
by: Joseph Oliveira
Joker's Thug #2 (uncredited)
by: Buster Reeves
Prisoner (uncredited)
by: Peter Rnic
Party Guest (uncredited)
by: Amit Shah
Angry Hospital Relative (uncredited)
by: Michelle Shields
Evacuee (uncredited)
by: Sofiya Smirnova
High-Ranking Police Official (uncredited)
by: Bruce Spielbauer
Extra (uncredited)
by: Robert Patrick Stern
Dept. of Corrections Resident (uncredited)
by: Robert Stone
Detective (uncredited)
by: Richard Strobel
Police Officer (uncredited)
by: Tom Townsend
Chechen's Bodyguard (uncredited)
by: John Turk
Detective (uncredited)
by: John Warman
Party Guest (uncredited)
by: Erik A. Williams
Major Crime Unit Detective (uncredited)
by: Chris Wilson
Party Staff (uncredited)
by: Kevin Zaideman

Member Reviews :

Excellent movie. Best of the trilogy. Lovely music. Nolan is a genius. So is Heath Ledger.
This has no competition. It is the very finest comic-book character movie ever made. Knowing the Burton, Donner and Nolan filmic adaptations of Batman and Superman exist helps me to sleep at night. They are Exhibit A of 'How to Make a Comic-Book Movie'. Nothing else has ever come even remotely close. These seven films (I include 'Superman II' because it was mostly Donner's work)--and Nolan's trilogy especially--are what I imagine a great director like Kubrick, Hitchcock or Kurosawa would have come up with, if they had ever been asked to make a Superman or Batman movie. They are the easiest for an audience to identify with because in these the scripts most approximate human emotions and the typical conundrums of the human experience--in short, are the closest, in a good way, they come to the complexities of the human condition. Peerless.
Perhaps the best Batman movie of all times. I think that this Batman trilogy presents the well-known superhero history in an unexpected way with the capable to maintain on the edge of the chair all time. **Heath Ledger** present an excellent impersonification of a psychopath. All support roles are magnificent. And Bruce Wayne role played by Christian Bale, shows a human being behind of the mask.