The Dark Knight Rises (2012) - Batman vs. Bane (HD)

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Final Battle between batman and bane, i dont own anything this is just for entertainment purposes!

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Connor Kitchen
The sheer ferocity of Banes attacks at 2:40 are fucking terrifying.
Sloth from The Goonies
I'm getting pissed off with people constantly comparing Bale's Batman to Affleck's Batman, it's pointless. Bales's Batman is supposed to be a more realistic take on the character, essentially trying to create a Batman who could exist in the real world (even if some of his gadgets were pushing the envelope). Whereas Affleck's Batman is more of a comic book batman who is fighting aliens and other superheroes. Comparing them makes as much sense as comparing an MMA fighter to a character out of Dragon Ball Z.
Сосновый Паштет
Batman Begins - "Where were the other Drugs going?" The Dark Knight - "Where are they?" The Dark Knight Rises - "Where is the trigger?"
"Tell me where the trigger is. Then, you have my permission to die". The Goddamn Batman.
Mark Sashegyi
"So, you've come back to die with your city?" "No, I came back to stop you." Replace "stop" with "break" and this line becomes 10x better.
'So you came back to die with your city?' 'No, I came back to stop you' Must've taken Batman all night to prepare that comeback....
Javier Pizarro
I love how bad the background fighting is in some of these shots
Only thing that disappointed me about this fight is he finally beats Bane and its all epic and then a second later we hear: "WAHAHARES TRAAGGER!? WAAARS IZZZZ EEET!? YOUUD NEVAARR GIEEVE ITT TO A ORGINARY CITIZEN WAAARRS IZZZ EET!?" To be honest I saw people around me laughing in the theater lol
2:40-2:44 Still my favorite part of the fight.
Bodega Mouse
Even though Bane already knew about Bruce being Batman, Bruce still felt the need to change his voice...
Kenny Tee
Christian Bale was channeling his inner Nicolas Cage when he said the "I came back to stop you" line.
Squad Fam
1:56 "It's over Anakin I have the high ground"
Rick Grassi
The last great work of D.C.
true story... I was running late for work because I couldn't find my car keys.. i started screaming in Batman's voice "Where is it? Where's my car keys"... my wife and kids couldn't stop laughing.. I then realize I should stop seeing Nolan's Batman movies..
Someone Else
Ooh the way that Bane snaps as soon as his mask his broken is incredible acting. You can feel the anger in his moves and noises, and that's how Batman wins in the first place
0:14 watch the cop and thug fight on the left
Ciaran O'Connell
The difference here from the first fight is the complete role reversal in desperation & Batman actually respecting a foe's power in an opponent for the first time. Batman isn't throwing himself at Bane in desperation to beat him, like he did in the first fight. As Bane said, ''you fight like a younger man, with nothing held back, admirable but mistaken''. Batman is still taking heavy hits from Bane but he rarely leaving himself wide open to a bad counter like he constantly did in the sewers. Here Batman is using controlled aggression always looking for an opening instead of mindless anger & desperation fueling his attacks. Previously, he always just would just overpower whoever he came up against, whether it was the Mob, Ra al Ghul, the Joker, Two-Face, etc..simply due to the fact he was more powerful physically. That's the mistake he made in the sewers. Previously he never had to take into account someone might be his equal physically or even more powerful which requires tactics & strategy. Here he continuously targets Bane's mask until it breaks. Also, while Batman is calculating in his attacks, Bane increasingly loses with cool, growing desperate just like Batman in the sewers, especially after Batman breaks his mask. Bane in the sewers used Batman's desperation against him, here Batman uses Bane's desperation against him.
Joe A.
3:02 "Batman! Will you sign my gun!?"
chris correa
That 3 punch combo at @ 2:41 always gets to me, Tom Hardy was great as Bane
2:24 Bane's face is just like "Wait time out my mask broke"
Looks like this was extremely painful... ...for him.
Nick K.
Is this the only scene where batman is in day light?
Aegon Starkgaryen
I like how they all have assault rifles and pistols but in the end it just turns into a big bar fight
The BatmanTM
Even doe Ben Affleck is awesome Christian bale will always be legendary...
joseph rivera
Ugh when Bane asks him "So, you came back to die with your city?" I always wanted Batman to say "No, I came back to rise with it."
Anki Hansen
And then Bane mentioned his mom's name: "Martha".
Riley Jones
love the realistic reaction of bane being in pain. first its pain, then sudden blinding anger, then he's lying on the ground like a baby.
316 people still dno't know where the trigger is.
Am I the only one who likes this movie? And Tom Hardy's performance as Bane? And who also thought Tom Hardy's Bane stayed true to most of the source material?
President Sunday
It's just occurred to me what is so wrong with this battle scene. Nobody is on the ground. There should be bodies piled up all over the pavement, yet everyone is standing like it's a big street dance.
Bobby Dazzler
2:41 you can tell he's pissed
-"So you came back to die with your city." -"No, I came back to break you."
Matt Damon
People always compare the fight scenes in this movie to the ones in Winter Soldier and to those people that like Winter Soldier fighting more, I get it. Ya it's pretty to look at, but this shit is real, Marvel fights are to clean cut every move going into specific motion and choreographed to the exact degree. Nolans Batman fights are very grounded and dirty and wild, like how an actual fight is, they look so real to the point that it looks like not even the actors know what's going to happen next. For instance when Bane puts Batman against that pillar and starts swinging, it looks like Christian Bale is like "wtf dude it's just a movie why the hell are you actually hitting me this wasn't part of the script". I'm not saying I'm an expert (because I'm not) but having watched hundreds of fights and having been in dozens, I can say that these fights are the more realistic. Like I said I'm not an expert but I garuntee that I know more then these people who say that WS fights are better. But like I said I like the WS fights but these ones take the cake every time because unlike the WS you can almost feel every punch. And yes I understand that it's kinda hard to take me seriously with a profile pic of Jim Carrey in a ballerina dress with crazy hair I know, just changed it today.
Check out the desperation Bane showed at 2:40. It's so terrifying.
Poro VI
1:53 that fight on the left ...
Jake Scott
Some of the extras are just so bad in this scene lol
Both fights between Batman and Bane are amazing
Michael Best
Nolan is a great director, but my word he's horrible at filming fight sequences. Give this scene to Snyder and it would've been epic.
jhon reckner
The soundtrack mixing in with Bane's punches at 2:40-2:44 is legendary
Good Gravy
On yo feet maggot
A fight between this bane and BvS batman would be epic
- "Batman! I have an idea of how to beat Bane! Have you tried punching him REALLY HARD?" - "That's just crazy enough to work!"
A random police officer could just shoot Bane when he is fighting Batman. Anticlimatic, but totally realistic.
Tony Waller
Someone think "WHERE IS THE TRIGGER!" is really hilarious. But if you are the one that someone are punching you face and you can't even fight back, then you will not feel it is fun
Bud Mon
Still a better fight than Batman vs Superman...
Chris Baca
"So you came back to die with your city?" "No, I came back to return some video tapes."
Giorgi Sonicius
2:40 best moment <3
Charles Larrivee
I love Balebat. Really I do. But Batfleck would have demolished Bane in 5 minutes.
Alec Madsen
He forgot to ask if his mother's name was Martha....
Abdullah Productions
Everyone prefers the fast fighting in BvS, but I'm still for this fight. BvS barley had any emotion to the fights, and there seemed to be nothing to lose with Batman. Here, everything's on a time limit. What Zack Snyder really missed was a compelling story to back up the action with emotion, due to previous set up.
Wyatt Putnam
Fight 1: Bane: level 90 Batman: level 50 *Timeout* (Batman leaves to go work out) Fight 2: Bane: level 99 Batman: level 100
Jake Sherman
2:16 Bane sounds like Darth Vader imr!
Jeremiah Mendez
2:41 Calm down Bane calm down
Ashley Bradley
this will always be my batman
"No, I came back to stop you." I love this movie, but that line is just lame as hell.
I love how when his mask is damaged, Bane becomes this wild savage animal instead of the composed brawler
When Batman kicks Bane through the door it gets me so hype I swear lol
will bailey
hwerrre ish thu trriggerr?
Marvin Rodriguez
best 2012 fight ever Bane is my favorite dis is the real Batman The Dark Knight Trilogy is the real Batman
balebat is better than bataffleck
alexander luthor
3.01 i still dont know why is that guy runing to the batman with a shotgun its not a knife its shotgun :)
Ryan Moen
I'm realizing after a more thorough look at this movie that both Bane and Batman's style are completely different. Bane's style is usually on the offense, trying to brutally attack anything in his path. Batman on the other hand uses a blend of defense techniques and tries to figure out his opponent's weaknesses, and this fight in particular kind of reminds of Rocky. It's not supposed to be this fast intense shaky cam martial art stunt work that you'd see in like a Jason Bourne movie, it's two guys viciously fighting for both their own lives and for the soul of Gotham. The stakes are personal, so their isn't anything flashy or fancy about it. Batman almost seemed to use this technique that Rocky uses: he waits it out for his opponent to get tired, and then strikes when the moment is right, but there's no bell, no rules, no refs, just plain all out brawl. Sure the choreography might be slow paced but that's part of the realistic universe that these characters have been adapted into. The gritty feel to the fights in these movies makes them seem like I'm way more emotionally invested in what's going to happen. Nolan did an amazing job with this one just like the other two in the Trilogy.
mansring rayder
This fight is great! How can you say its not just because its not spoiled by a shit tonne of explosions and cgi bullshit... and what makes the fight so great is the realism of it. They arent jumoing around everwhere doing a load of flying ninja kicks, the fight looks real, intense and brutal, but far from being over the top nonsense like almost ever other action movie
I forgot that Christian Bale used to be Batman
Hamza Sarwar
If you notice how batman switches to a brawler style instead of relying on different styles since they proved to be ineffective with his first confrontation with bane
jacob dunivan
A lot of people dog on Bale because of his voice that he uses, saying that it makes the movies feel cheesy. I don't understand those people. I think the voice works well. Bale's delivery of his lines are solid and chilling. especially the end of this scene. So, you're telling me that if a grown-man in a bat suit drops down in front of you at night time and asks you in a scary beast-like voice "Where are the other drugs going" your wouldn't shit your pants?
2:40 is the best part.
You can see Batman going for Bane's face (his mask to be more specific) through the entire fight since now he knew that his mask deliver anesthetic, and it paid off when he managed to break Bane's Mask, you keep hearing the metallic sound of Batman punching him in the mask. In the first fight Batman wasted a ton of energy punching Bane in the chest and you could tell Bane didn't give a fuck (probably because of his drug) most likely that's why he lost the first time around.
I call this scene, the 'Gotham War'. Nice title i know.
Misael Toral
At 0:09 is that George Lucas duking it out with a cop on the left behind Bane?
I just realize those spikes on batman gauntlets save him in all three movies. In the first one he breaks ra's al ghoul's sword. In the second he shoots them at the joker, and in this one he breaks bane's mask
Hareesh Kumar Shanggar
The choreography for this fight scene is not as fast paced as the winter soldier but honestly I prefer this fight. You can see every punch. You can feel every punch. Not like the captain america winter soldier fight where its super shaky cam nonsense. This looks like 2 man fighting each other. But honestly the best fight scenes come from marvel and netflix's daredevil. That combines choreography and the elements of this into its fight scenes
Trilby Frier
The look in Banes eyes from 17 to 20 is absolutely amazing. Tom Hardy did an excellent job! Not to mention he is like my favorite villain ... maybe I just like muscle lol
Nathan Napier
At 2:44 Bane hits the pillar a second time for no apparent reason. I think it was to show the audience that he is strong but it kinda bugs me. Because clearly, the fight does not make them look "that" strong.
Riki Kage
As much as i love the Dark Knioght movies, Batfleck is better
La Sombra
0:18 The guy at the back of bane, is he using a condom?
Bobby Amunra
Batman the greatest Superhero !
Jake Schutt
best Batman fight ever made
"So, you came back to die with your city." "No, I'VE COME TO BARGAIN!"
This looked funny first but after watching it numerous times, it made me more appreciative on how the fight is choreographed.
Nathaniel UncleDrew
2:40 2:40 2:40 2:40 2:40 2:40 .........
man this fight was so much better than the Zach Snyder batman vs superman
Bane: You came back to die with your city! Batman: No. I came back to stop you! Wow... brilliant dialogue. *Sarcasm* This movie was our first hint that the DC/Warner Brothers ship had hit an iceberg.
I think christian bale is the best
The best bit is when Bane is just wailing on him up against that pillar. Actually looks real.
0:28 --> sorry but that scene. and that voice. So cringe haha. looks so staged and scripted. "okay batman, stand there and say your line with your cringy deep voice"
Zaryf Dinzly
go batman go batman go
ugly tomato
your were the chosen 1 it said u would desroy the sith not join them u were my brother anakin i loved u
Kona Shi
omg 0:16 that punch on the left bruh
Gabriel Reyes
3:14 Ynevrr giitoo nordnry cizen
"No. I came back to prove that doing pushups in a cave for a few months is enough to come back to defeat Bane."
2:41 best part
Shushant Mishra
02:42 Man, Bane punching like a boss!
EEProductions EJW
2:40 batman should be dead from internal bleeding lol
Bruce Wayne was never stronger than Bane. Pound for pound, he was objectively weaker. He might have been better armored, but that meant very little. The reason why Batman beat Bane is because Bruce Wayne lived where Bane was born. For 3 months, Bruce felt the darkness. He lived in death. He ate, drank, and slept despair. He used that as his weapon. He became the dark knight that he needed to become. He became the man who falls. He finally became, the Batman. AND also, in the end, I seriously think Bruce (and I call him Bruce because in this scene IMO he is more Bruce than Batman and by that I mean he is more regular man than heroic symbol. And Bruce was in that hole in the desert, not Batman.) I think Bruce would have killed him. Batman doesn't kill, but Bruce Wayne is a citizen and at that point in time, Bane was such a threat to Gotham that the only way to stop him was to kill him. Bruce would have had the legal authority to kill him kind of like how a regular person has the legal authority to kill someone harming another person. I don't know, I think too deeply about this movie. Also at 2:40 you see the training Tom Hardy did for this movie. You don't throw body punches that fast, even if they're fake, unless you did a few months of training. He trained hard for the movie Warrior and I think they just told him to stay in shape for this movie.
0:36 is pretty revealing, in hindsight. She doesn't look scared or anything
'Hairless Head' Eagle
Conroy: The trigger, where is it! Bale: WHERE"S THE TRIGERRR??! WHER ISH IT??!!
lachlan ivey
3:05 cuddle the doors
The dark Knight
Best trilogy ever