Watched TDKR for the third time and... I guess it finally hit me. It's over. I mean, sure. We have the DVD still. And we'll always hope for extended cuts (my god, I think they would set DVD sales records - especially Dark Knight!). And there will always be more Batman produced, likely more films in a few years. But this trilogy, this great journey... it's done. Complete. Concluded. And I'm just... I'm satisfied, but I'm also sad. Because yet again, another great piece of entertainment I've so enjoyed is done and over with. The future of the films is uncertain again, when it really hasn't been much to worry about (quality wise) since the day "Begins" was released and a collective sigh of relief was breathed. I feel a little excitement about the "what if?" and "maybe..." possibilities of what is next, but mostly... something great is gone and over, and I just want to hug my Nolan-verse memorabilia and rock back-and-forth chanting "In Nolan We Trust" because for every "Dark Knight" there is a "Batman & Robin" and for every The Animated Series (92-95) there is a "The Batman" (2004) and... why do good things have to end?