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The Dark Knight Trilogy (Batman Begins / The Dark Knight / The Dark Knight Rises) [Blu-ray] (2012)

Disc 1: Batman Begins Feature FilmDisc 2: The Dark Knight Feature FilmDisc 3: The Dark Knight Special FeaturesDisc 4: The Dark Knight Rises Feature FilmDisc 5: The Dark Knight Rises Special FeaturesPLUS you get a 64 Page excerpted (i.e. shortened) version of the wonderful book: “The Art and Making of The Dark Knight Trilogy”

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gabemax:

The Dark Knight Trilogy (Batman Begins / The Dark Knight / The Dark Knight Rises) [Blu-ray] (2012)

Disc 1: Batman Begins Feature Film
Disc 2: The Dark Knight Feature Film
Disc 3: The Dark Knight Special Features
Disc 4: The Dark Knight Rises Feature Film
Disc 5: The Dark Knight Rises Special Features

PLUS you get a 64 Page excerpted (i.e. shortened) version of the wonderful book: “The Art and Making of The Dark Knight Trilogy

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Christopher Nolan Director’s Collection (Memento / Insomnia / Batman Begins / The Dark Knight / Inception) [Blu-ray] (2012)

The box has five movies over 7 discs. All of the Bonus Features are from the original releases, but I’ll include them here as a reference point.1) Memento (2000): Here you get the more comprehensive release that was put out for the film’s tenth anniversary. Bonus Features include “Remembering Memento” (a 10-year anniversary look back on the making of the film), “Anatomy of a Scene,” IFC Interview with Writer/Director Christopher Nolan, Audio Commentary with Director Christopher Nolan, “Memento Mori” (Short Story by Jonathan Nolan), Feature Script, Tattoo Gallery, and Leonard’s Journal.2) Insomnia (2002): Bonus Features include an additional scene, Commentary by Nolan, Commentary by Hilary Swank, production designer Nathan Crowley, editor Dody Dorn, cinematographer Wally Pfister and screenwriter Hillary Seitz. There are four featurettes: Day for Night: Making The Movie, 180 Degrees: A Conversation with Nolan and Al Pacino, In the Fog: Cinematography and Production Design, and Eyes Wide Open: The Insomniac’s World.3) Batman Begins (2005): Bonus Features that include MTV’s Tankman Begins spoof, The Journey Begins: Creative Concepts, Story Development and Casting, Shaping Mind and Body: Christian Bale’s Transformation into Batman, The Tumbler: Reinvention of the Batmobile, Gotham City Rises: Production Design of Gotham City, the Batcave, and Wayne Manor, Saving Gotham City: Development of Miniatures, CGI, and Effects, Genesis of the Bat, Confidential Files, Cape and Cowl: The New Batsuit, Path to Discovery: Filming in Iceland, and Character/Weaponry gallery.4) The Dark Knight (2008): This is two discs with Bonus Features that include Gotham Uncovered: Creation of a Scene, BD-Live: An Interactive Gateway to Exclusive Content, Batman Tech: Gadgets and Tools, Batman Unmasked: The Psychology of The Dark Knight, Gotham Tonight: 6 episodes of Gotham Cable’s premier news program, and the Galleries: The Joker Cards, Concept Art, Poster Art, Production Stills, Trailers and TV Spots.5) Inception (2010): This is two discs with Bonus Features that include an Extraction Mode Describing The Film’s Signature Moments, Dreams: Cinema of the Subconscious, The Cobol Job: Comic Prologue in full animation and motion, 5.1 soundtrack selections from Hans Zimmer’s score, Conceptual Art, Promotional Art, and Trailer/TV Spot Galleries.

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Christopher Nolan Director’s Collection (Memento / Insomnia / Batman Begins / The Dark Knight / Inception) [Blu-ray] (2012)

The box has five movies over 7 discs. All of the Bonus Features are from the original releases, but I’ll include them here as a reference point.

1) Memento (2000): Here you get the more comprehensive release that was put out for the film’s tenth anniversary. Bonus Features include “Remembering Memento” (a 10-year anniversary look back on the making of the film), “Anatomy of a Scene,” IFC Interview with Writer/Director Christopher Nolan, Audio Commentary with Director Christopher Nolan, “Memento Mori” (Short Story by Jonathan Nolan), Feature Script, Tattoo Gallery, and Leonard’s Journal.

2) Insomnia (2002): Bonus Features include an additional scene, Commentary by Nolan, Commentary by Hilary Swank, production designer Nathan Crowley, editor Dody Dorn, cinematographer Wally Pfister and screenwriter Hillary Seitz. There are four featurettes: Day for Night: Making The Movie, 180 Degrees: A Conversation with Nolan and Al Pacino, In the Fog: Cinematography and Production Design, and Eyes Wide Open: The Insomniac’s World.

3) Batman Begins (2005): Bonus Features that include MTV’s Tankman Begins spoof, The Journey Begins: Creative Concepts, Story Development and Casting, Shaping Mind and Body: Christian Bale’s Transformation into Batman, The Tumbler: Reinvention of the Batmobile, Gotham City Rises: Production Design of Gotham City, the Batcave, and Wayne Manor, Saving Gotham City: Development of Miniatures, CGI, and Effects, Genesis of the Bat, Confidential Files, Cape and Cowl: The New Batsuit, Path to Discovery: Filming in Iceland, and Character/Weaponry gallery.

4) The Dark Knight (2008): This is two discs with Bonus Features that include Gotham Uncovered: Creation of a Scene, BD-Live: An Interactive Gateway to Exclusive Content, Batman Tech: Gadgets and Tools, Batman Unmasked: The Psychology of The Dark Knight, Gotham Tonight: 6 episodes of Gotham Cable’s premier news program, and the Galleries: The Joker Cards, Concept Art, Poster Art, Production Stills, Trailers and TV Spots.

5) Inception (2010): This is two discs with Bonus Features that include an Extraction Mode Describing The Film’s Signature Moments, Dreams: Cinema of the Subconscious, The Cobol Job: Comic Prologue in full animation and motion, 5.1 soundtrack selections from Hans Zimmer’s score, Conceptual Art, Promotional Art, and Trailer/TV Spot Galleries.

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[the films of] Christopher Nolan

The most requested episode, [the films of] Christopher Nolan showcases the seven feature films of one of the greatest minds in cinema today.
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