A pair of featurettes combine for the 15-minute “Reflections” section. One focuses on Wally Pfister’s cinematography, the other on the challenges face in ending the trilogy. There’s also an hour long documentary on the Batmobile, which covers the vehicle from its inception through Rises. It’s actually fairly fascinating to see its transformation over the years, both in the comic books and in the films and television shows, but it isn’t really specific to this film. Too bad we don't get any deleted footage. Theatrical trailers and a second screen experience (for syncing a mobile device) are also included with this set. The combo pack includes a standard DVD and UltraViolet copy as well.
The Dark Knight Rises is a must-have Blu-ray for fans of the series. Despite a few minor weaknesses in the storytelling, I found the film to be highly engrossing and a solid finale to the trilogy. I particularly enjoyed the performances of Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Anne Hathaway. The spectacular Blu-ray presentation makes this film worth revisiting.