Which rapper would you like to see play in ‘The Dark Knight Rises’?

I know it’s a pretty long list, but I think it’s worth including in case the first one is already out.

The Dark Knight is a pretty good movie, but it’s not the most visually interesting film in the world.

The movie is also not the best, and the plot doesn’t really gel with the characters’ personalities.

But I think that if The Dark Man had played, say, a jazz pianist instead of a gangster in The Dark City, or a hip-hop producer instead of some drug dealer in The Long Kiss Goodnight, it could have been really cool.

I’m not saying that the movie is bad.

It’s just that I can’t see it as a good movie unless you consider it the best movie ever made.

If you consider that it’s the only one in the franchise that’s actually a great movie, then the fact that it doesn’t quite live up to expectations would probably be enough to convince me to watch it.

But it doesn’ get much better than that.

The film has been criticized for not making enough of its characters interesting.

It also doesn’t make a lot of sense.

The characters in the movie are pretty stereotypical.

The lead character in particular is a bit like a superhero, but he doesn’t do much beyond being superpowered and carrying around a gun.

This guy, as far as the movie goes, has a lot more personality than you’d expect from a character that spends his whole movie trying to make his way in Gotham City.

But the movie does have some interesting choices in the way the film handles its villains, and that doesn’t just happen because the villain is an old, fat, evil, black guy.

I’d love to see a movie like this where there were more characters with interesting and interesting stories to tell, but the movie seems to have a problem with that.

I know a lot people are excited about the movie’s casting, but that just feels a little bit forced.

The actors who play these characters are generally pretty average and forgettable, and I can see why people are upset with the casting choices.

But for whatever reason, I think this movie has enough of an identity crisis to make me reconsider why I’m watching it.