So, that two-disc edition of The Dark Knight has to be the definitive edition, chock-full of extras, right? Well, let's just say, sort of. There are plenty of extras here -- and plenty of them are truly terrific. But you will feel like there's some stuff missing, too. It's surely being saved for the big, fat ultimate collector's edition that will come out soon enough (maybe they're saving something for a set of all of the Nolan Batman movies someday). But for now, this two-disc edition is what we get, and there's plenty here to sink your teeth into.
Disc 1: The first disc contains the entire movie with "Focus Points," which you can choose to watch in their entirety or you can watch them as sidebars to the movie by clicking enter when an icon appears. At that point, you're taken away from the movie to a featurette about the making of that scene. It starts with the film's prologue, the bank heist (less than one minute in), which is explained mostly from the perspective of how it was filmed in Imax -- and how filming for Imax made everything about the movie better.
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