Bruce Wayne Escapes The Pit | The Dark Knight Rises (2012) Movie Clip

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Bruce Wayne Prison Escape Scene | The Dark Knight Rises (2012) IMAX Movie info: />Buy it on Blu-ray: /> Starring: Christian Bale, Michael Caine, Gary Oldman, Anne Hathaway, Tom Hardy, Marion Cotillard, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Morgan Freeman, Matthew Modine, Cillian Murphy, Alon Aboutboul -------------------------------------------------- ► Twitter: />► Facebook: />► Instagram: />► Google+: />► Scopian01: />-------------------------------------------------- *** TM & © Warner Bros. (2012) Monetized by owner/s. Their ads Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use. No copyright infringement intended. *** Bruce Wayne Escapes The Pit Scene 4K Ultra HD

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The guy at 3:40 is like " please throw the rope down" lol
Hairul Nizam
Can we just acknowledge Batman for not being selfish and actually hand down the rope down for the others to climb and get out of there after so many years....
Winter Review
"fish fish pasta pasta,fish fish pasta pasta" "what does that mean?" ..Rice. epic song goes on Edited: 800 likes Thanks
B o w i e
-What does that mean? -RISE. Give me the chill every time
Slim Shady
The most inspiring movie scene ever created.
Terra Novei
Anyone else come to this video for motivation when their feeling down
One of my biggest regrets in life is not seeing this in theatres.
Maximillian Osaben
Love the bats flying out of the wall. Just perfect.
Optimus Prime
No marvel movie can never ever ever create a scene like this. Chris Nolan is genius + hans zimmer
dietz andwattson23
Truest philosophy ever: security does not give you feeedom. Fighting through fear and challenging the unknown does
The cheer they make after the jump gives me chills. Hard to describe that cheer in one word.
Khan Skywalker
*Bruce Wayne falls and dies.* - Directed by Rian Johnson
I'm not Hitler
what of this movie was two parts and part 1 ended right here, imagine that
Daniel Ceballos
The motto is, believe in yourself. Also, rope weight is marginal but provents from reaching full potential thats necessary to make that good enough leap. Excellent writting from Nolan that works in a psychological sence and on basic psychics terms.
One of the best and most inspiring scenes in this trilogy.
"Calm down Batman. Now's not the time for fear....that comes later."
Urayoan Ruiz
Am I the only one who liked dark knight rises better than the dark knight
3:25 Can we all agree that every theater everywhere that everyone cheered in absolute insanity at that moment?
Even Batman hates leg day. He has to make a long jump and he's doing abs.
Kelvin Mendez
Just like what Sam Raimi got right with Spider-Man, Christopher Nolan got right with Batman.
Kevin Lopez
"Why do we fall so we can learn to pick are ourselves up"
filmed in india.... rajasthan
after 6 years, in 2018, still most inspiring movie scene
Desi GariChalak
When you fall, no one cares. When you rise, people scream their lungs out. Rise! My friend Rise to glory!
That's Jodhpur in Rajasthan, India. The fort and palace in the background
Satan is a computer
If DC kept pulling up things like this they would have Marvel against the ropes
Pawan Yashwantkar
3:41 This is how you shock the people that dont believe in you.
Casey Dinger
I get tears every time watching this movie. Especially this scene.
Whenever the scene shifts to an IMAX aspect ratio, you know something magnificent is about to happen.
Theman Joe
IMO, the dark knight trilogy is the greatest superhero trilogy of all time. many superhero movie trilogies, such as the avengers trilogy, iron man trilogy and Thor trilogy, while having some very good to even great films, feel more so like a series of unrelated stories rather than one story running throughout. and most superhero movie trilogies, even the ones that do feel like one running story have some kind of dip in quality: spider man and x men dropped the ball with the third films, Thor dropped the ball with the second film, honestly the only one iron man fully got right was the first film, and even the Captain America trilogy, which I would say comes the closest, got off to a bit of a mediocre start. but dark knight is the definitive, perfectly structured trilogy. it has both one coherent story running throughout, and it also keeps consistent quality (rises was the weakest of the three but it was still a solid film). and when all put together, it tells one of the most compelling and emotionally resonant superhero stories ever told on the big screen. thank you Christopher Nolan.
shaqib kadri
He travelled from India to usa..the place is in india Rajasthan
Seymen Kiran
This scene alone is better than the whole new DC Universe (except for Wonder Woman and Man of Steel)
D.I.R Entertainment
I don't think people actually realize the magnitude of this scene. The entire theme and purpose of Nolan's trilogy comes to a head in this one scene. "Bruce why do we fall..." He finally learns how to pick himself back up and he does it without any external help. This is so huge for this character and his story. Nolan even made the pit look like the well from Batman Begins. It's perhaps the greatest example of metaphor I've ever seen in film. Simply breathtaking.
I remember watching this movie in rehab, when this scene happen I was bursting with emotion it had a second meaning to me. I’ve been clean since ! I rose from my tunnel
Arijit Mukhopadhyay
Didn't forget to throw down the rope in quest of saving Gotham.. a true and good human at heart.. Respect Batman
Evan Townsend
anyone know the language in which he says "rise"
Ok, but how does he make it back to Gotham?
Fear is like a superpower. It makes you stronger, faster, smarter. It's always there. Like a companion. Fear makes companions of all of us.
That’s why we love Batman!! 🦇
107 humans FAIL to "RISE"
and he freed all the sociopaths and rapists at the end
Ansh Pandey
Christian bale was the best batman he always give me chills😘😘😘
Idk What
More Dark Knight trilogy clips please! I'm loving them!
Entertainment Guy
The most satisfying video EVER
Mario Habijanec
Nolan, you did know that crunches are bad for your back before shooting that scene, right?
Aashish Bohra
the fire of that scene wipes out in days .. but the rage the power of this 4 minute scene has audacity to give you goosebumps even after 6 years .. lyrics just torns you apart .. this is beyond "infinity"
I still don't understand why Cristian bail retired from batman please answer? ???
The one thing that spoilt this scene for me was that man who looks directly at the camera at 3:27 :/ Other than that, fucking amazing
MidnightAssasin T
Fear is nothing but just part of your lives they come when you are afraid of anything and goes when you overcome it
3:15 bitch lasagna?
Hiba Ennamiri
How many times did I repeated this scene, still not enough yet!
ilyass babi
Meaning of the dark knight RISES 🔥
Akshat Vats
One of the most inspirational videos I've seen.
Trojan force `trench444 ́
Most inspirational scene in the world
Diego Calderon
This scene marked my life.
Andras Sideri
Bruce got into the pit, Batman got out. This is my own inspiration whenever life knocks me down. Since the whole point is rise again. Over and over again. DESHI BASARA
Hitman 22
This and Cooper's docking in Interstellar are the most inspirational scenes ever shot by Nolan.
God Exists
The music after he jumps gives me goosegumps everytime
Hiky Prime
This scene gives me the chills every time. It's just so epic !
James SOLDIER Austin
Abin Haris
The bats flying out is the most symbolic scene in the whole trilogy. It shows how you turn your worst fear into your greatest strength
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Esteban Oyono Ndo
Este video enseña una valiosa leccion( ke a veces el miedo puede ser el impulso mas poderoso del ser humano y puede ayudarnos a superar ciertos desafios a base de espiritu).
I like how this is a metaphorical Lazarus pit.
Jordy Blake man
Everytime I watch this scene it motivates me to follow my dreams and not give up hope. I love it so much
Rocket the raccoon
When you finally done with School & your Junior friends cheering you up
Dhruva Muralidhar
The bgm gives chills down the spine
His Dudeness
chills... literal chills...
Karram Han04
Love this scene, like if u agree
K. Mancao
When the fear of death turns you into Lebron James.
Nardo Sanmero
Fish and pasta... Fish and pasta.... Pasta.. Pasta.... Fish and pasta... Fishy pasta.. Pasta.. Fishy pasta!!!
Harpreet Singh #
This scene is motivate me
Chills every time
Concept of the pit is not explained clearly. Why this dark pit is significant, how did Ra's Al Ghul daughter get here? How did Bane get here and get out. Who manages this pit? From what I know, Tibetan Mastiffs, when a pup are dumped into a dark pit and the Master greets it once a day for a short while with food and water. This establish a permanent bond and the Dog thinks the master as God and protects him for the rest of his life. The Dog being alone in the cold dark pit constantly tries to escape out by scratching against the walls, jumping up and down making its leg muscles strong. It also makes it mean and pissed off at everyone else but the Master. When it fully matures, Master frees it and the Dog remains by his side and swears an oath to protect him against any danger without fearing for its life and listen to all his commands. This is what Bane is made up off. When he was kid, he got pushed into this pit, was abused by others, maybe even sexually. All this torture made him strong and mean. He sacrificed himself so that the girl could get out. When he was a man, she came back and pulled him out of that pit so he swore an oath to carry out her commands and eventually captured Gotham and broke Batman. All that darkness molded him, made him fearless and when he came out to the daylight, he was invincible, didn't care about anything else except to hurt others.
Rahi Abrar
Nolan is a genius.
Apostolis Sigma
There are no words to describe this incredible scene
Not a big fan of this movie, but this scene is awesome.
Chethan M Naik
If Bruce Wayne gave them the rope at the end of the video then which rope was he using in the beginning of this video?
Amateur Society Productions
When Bruce reached the rock, my brightness automatically went up.
Razak Idris
Moral : Pray 1st before do it. 3:18
Fahad Hilal
Just realized the man with that Brit accent is Emily's father from FRIENDS
Myrna Laboy
Batman is the Phoenix!!!!
Motivational scene for all the fallen people this tells you to how to rise and the good sign bats coming out of the wall is epic
Lakshay Bhalla
Guy in the middle of the shot at 3:27 ....not showing enthusiasm for the escape 😁
Erik Hopkins
this part of the movie gets you hyped like rocky horns!
William Ghazal
Goosebumps everytime.. this masterpiece scene alone is better than the bvs and JL movies together
This scene proves why christian bale is the best batman
Kartik Rao
For those interested, that prison location is Mehrangarh Fort in Jodhpur, Rajasthan, India.
"I'm not afraid, i'm angry"
This is the best moment in the Dark Knight Trilogy for me, it tops all other scenes in Batman Begins and The Dark Knight, because you can see Bruce is truly struggling to relearn what is that made him Batman, and watching him climb out of the pit just shows you how he changed while in that prison and became the Batman once more.
लंकापति रावण
this scene ( fort) shoot in Rajasthan , India 🇮🇳
Kal-El fan 49
The Dork Knight *Rises*
Sarvesh Tanwar
This scene was shoot in India 3:38
Pandas are cool
3:23 didn't look anything close to making it. Nolan should have cut sooner.
3:26 free fish and pasta for everyone!
Samrat Mal Mal
Best film of 2012.
Gameplay Master
The bats coming out Making him feel fear like he did first time in cave And like the cave He did the jump Ah! Who says DC cant make class❤️ Always a special place in my heart No matter what the fanbase