Re: Rank the 3rd CBM's in a franchise.
Of the films listed, I'd have to say The Dark Knight Rises, although watching it again on BluRay, I do not think it's a very good movie, and in many cases rests on the laurels of the other two installments. There's some scenes that are just so over the top stupid and rediculous, they aren't any better than Emo Peter Parker dancing down the street. Like the cops bull rushing a bunch of tanks, with the one guy in his dress blues, because Gordon told him he didn't expect him to show up like that, or Talia's horrible death scene. I love the first two installments, but TDKR really is not a very good movie.
"Dull and downbeat, this Fantastic Four proves a woefully misguided attempt to translate a classic comic series without the humor, joy, or colorful thrills that made it great." - Rotten Tomatoes critics consensus on Josh Trank's Fantastic Four