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I thought The Avengers was an appalling film. They’d shoot from some odd angle and I’d think, why is the camera there? Oh, I see, because they spent half a million on the set and they have to show it off. It took me completely out of the movie. I was driven bonkers by that illogical form of storytelling.

DC vs. Marvel! Batman vs. Iron Man! Summer tentpole vs. summer tentpole! Here’s what Wally Pfister, Christopher Nolan’s longtime cinematographer, thinks of Joss Whedon’s The Avengers.

10 SIGNS YOU’RE WATCHING A CHRISTOPHER NOLAN MOVIE

1. There is an elaborate, flashback-heavy narrative structure.
2. The protagonist is troubled by the memory of his angelic dead wife/love interest.
3. The protagonist is also troubled by the actions of a duplicitous not-dead love interest.

Now hop into your Batmobile and stealthily zoom your way to EW.com for the other signs. Feel free to revisit your favorite Sorkinisms, while you’re at it.

SPOILER ALERT.

Now that you’ve seen The Dark Knight Rises, can we talk about that ending?

MORE SPOILERS.

The plot of The Dark Knight Rises isn’t just a product of Christopher Nolan’s imagination — just look at the original Batman comic books that inspired it.

Meow.

A history of Catwoman in film.

This Week’s Cover: ‘Dallas’ — plus what you missed at Comic-Con

The reviews are in.

(Well, at least ours is.)

Want to know what grade we gave The Dark Knight Rises?

This Week’s Cover: ‘The Dark Knight Rises’ — plus the new season of Breaking Bad

Thank goodness we’ve got this weirdo Bane mask covering up Tom Hardy’s face in this new The Dark Knight Rises poster (via Fandango).

I mean, it’s not like Tom Hardy is attractive or anything.

Want to know where to get the poster? Nope, not Comic-Con — good guess, though. The answer is midnight IMAX showings!

More Dark Knight Rises goodness on EW.com today — check out these 7 new photos from the film. Click through to find Bane, Wayne, and JGL as beat cop John Blake.

This week in EW: Our giant summer movie preview, featuring The Dark Knight Rises.

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