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by Mojo Maximus
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After he faked his death and ran away from Gotham, the city he swore to protect? Sorry, I don't buy that...
In Batman Begins and the Burton movies we learn that Batman must stay in the shadows of the night and spread fear among the criminals, but in The Dark Knight Rises all of a sudden he stands in the middle of street with a crowd around him in bright daylight. It ruined the rule of Batman being a symbol and "more than just a man". That's just another problem I have with that movie that drags the entire trilogy down for not following the character's roots :-/
Yeah, I'm getting really tired of The Fapper already, haha. It's no fun discussing movies you love, when all you do is fighting and calling everyone names.
If only everyone on Spill were more like you.
Haha, thanks :-) I do my best to be polite and respect other people's opinions - as I hope other's will respect mine :-)
You know what, you explained yourself really well, and I can't fault you for feeling that way. Congratulations, Allan, you have won the "I Won An Internet Argument Without Being a Twat" award.
I'm actually surprised that I have to defend Batman Returns and not Watchmen - which many people seem to hate for some odd reason...
Maybe The Dark Knight is technically a better movie, but to me it doesn't have the same rewatchabilty of the Burton movies. With the long and overly analyzing dialogue scenes and extreme running times, they sometimes seem like a chore to get through. The Burton movies spoke little but said a lot with just Keaton's facial expressions and the directing.
I used to love the Nolan movies, but The Dark Knight Rises ruined it for me and amplified the flaws in all three movies... Kinda like when you see a scary horror movie and all who see the monster dies, it builts more and more tension, but if you then find out the monster was a chicken with a pepper spray, the entire movie is ruined.
I agree with you, Matthew, that the Nolan movies have more plot - but maybe a little too much plot, and maybe too little character? And didn't the Joker steal the show in Dark Knight too? And don't get me wrong, I like the hell out of Dark Knight - it's just not Batman.
I personally can't wait for the Batman reboot, and, like you, I hope they keep the style of the Burton movies, and the writing of the Nolan movies. Let "Batman: City of Scars" be a template :-)
I mean, I can respect that you like all these movies more than the Dark Knight and stuff, but....come on, dude.
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