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Dark Knight Rises: Fans' reactions from first Irish screenings

Was it worth the hype?

So you liked my movie, right? Right?
So you liked my movie, right? Right?
Image: Warner Bros

BATMAN: THE DARK Knight Rises opened in Irish cinemas today, with hundreds of fans queueing to be the first to see the new blockbuster.

Several cinemas ran early-morning screenings so audiences could see the film before going to work.

The Lighthouse Cinema in Dublin’s Smithfield – which also changed its Twitter handle for the occasion - said that roughly 600 people packed out its 5am showings of the final film in Christopher Nolan’s Batman trilogy.

The screening was timed to coincide with the first midnight showing in New York.

So was it worth the early start? Here’s what people thought:

Dark Knight Rises: Fans' reactions from first Irish screenings
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  • The Dark Knight Rises: First impressions

  • The Dark Knight Rises: First impressions

  • The Dark Knight Rises: First impressions

  • The Dark Knight Rises: First impressions

  • The Dark Knight Rises: First impressions

  • The Dark Knight Rises: First impressions

  • The Dark Knight Rises: First impressions

So that seems pretty conclusive.

Plus as a special bonus: what did Donald Trump think of it?

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Have you seen it? Let us know what you thought – but please be nice and don’t post spoilers in the comments…

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