2005 Batman Begins 2008 The Dark Knight 2012 The Dark Knight Rises
2024 The Dark Knight Legacy
2030 The Dark Knight and Nightwing
2035 The Dark Knight Aurora
2037 The Dark Knight Identity
2039 The Dark Knight Ultimatum
At my program, a counselor gave me a special meal (hint: it's far from special) my last day and said to someone there's no way he's taking it away which is a bad thing. I ended up having it only because I said I would just not eat it until I sign my discharge papers. Then the next day, I had breakfast with that counselor at Cornerstone and he said he was going to take it away if I hadn't tried not to avoid it. Same thing applies here. Seeing as how Nolan already said he wasn't going to do things he did in The Dark Knight Rises but did anyway, his word isn't enough. Nolan is soft, he doesn't stick to his guns. :( http://www.movieweb.com/news/christopher-nolan-says-goodbye-to-the-batman-franchise
I am a member of the Batman religion. Some people aren't. I preach Batman to everyone I see and a bunch if you aren't happy with Batmanism:
Ok ok geez, if you don't want to convert to Batman. Then ok, I'll stop preaching about it on your stuff. Besides, if you read my recent status, I said I'd return to being a sain individual this Friday and that my Batman obsession will end. But again, it's pointless trying with someone who doesn't care so alright. A simple nice request would have sufficed. Anyhow, my reasons which I already wrote aren't justifications, just further explanations to conclude my passion. The important message wasn't getting across well enough. Yesterday, I ran through the Irvine Spectrum shouting "Pray to Batman." But there are still not enough members.
It's one thing that James Eagan Holmes had to cause a controversy associated with The Dark Knight Rises, my favorite movie of all time, but it's even worse that he had to be raised in California, my favorite state of all time. He was raised in California, as tempted as I am to pound my chest in excitement that someone in the news is from California, I won't go through with it out of respect for the seriousness of the situation and those lost. When I heard he was raised in California, the imaginary little man who lives on my shoulder has been telling me all day "California, man. He's from California!" Iv'e told the little man to shut up, but I had to make some kind of statement seeing how much California and it's image to the rest of the world means to me.
I don’t really know what an essay is. And I know what you’re thinking, “Is he kidding? Ms. Tsichlisclearly put on Moodle that the assignment is not an essay! What can she do to make these kids learn to read the instructions?” Well, I never said this is an essay. The reason I made that statement is because I don’t know how to make sure this isn’t an essay. But I do know that you said it is an opinion piece. Well in that case, this should be easy. I believe that means you want this paper to be a review. That’s what a review is. A critique. An opinion. I actually watch movies and make reviews for them as a hobby on my website, TheMcDougalBugle.com. I always start out with a summary, compare it to other works and give opinions throughout. Though I do crack a lot of one-liners and puns, so if I make painfully bad jokes, I apologize in advance. But awesome, my homework is sort of like my hobby. Except this is just one episode of a reality tv show. I’m not skilled in this area of reviewing, but nevertheless, it’ll work. Oh and don’t worry, I’m not avoiding the paper with a bunch of fluff like this, I just can’t stop writing once I start. Anyway, enough beating around the bush.
Is that kid with the glasses and black hat that people say I look like? I don’t see the resemblence. I hope I can provide commentary on the recap of previous episodes. I mean it’s part of the episode duration so it should count. Eh, I don’t think what Anjay said was that wise. I thought all kids that age knew the first amendment. I guess he was the only one paying attention in second grade social studies. Pizza is overrated. One thing that is kind of unrealistic is their view of food. I attended a year-long program in the woods in Georgia. And one thing that I will always remember is my love for food. I would eat anything. I was so hungry. I even ate McDonalds! I dreamed about food every day. There is no way real kids would act this way. All my piers in Georgia also appreciated food. It’s totally realistic for these kids to start eating dirt.