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Higgy 7/19/2012 7:38:41 AM

Seriously sound like an arse, sorry to say.  You're putting words in DarthBob's mouth.  I completely understood what he said and then I saw your post which made no sense.  Bob is just saying that no one in the film had the same level of acting as Heath, not that he wants Bane to be Joker.  He's talking about ACTING SKILLS, not character.

ElBaz13 7/19/2012 7:42:51 AM

I never follow reviews and never use them as a basis to go see a film. I go see a movie because I want to see it and be the judge myself.

I've loved low rated movies on RT just like I've hated some high rated ones.

Though I do draw the line though and avoid spending cash on a movie that's rated lower than 10%. Movie nights can be costly and you have to be selective.

DarthBob 7/19/2012 7:44:50 AM

@Flynn, I bet you're one of those clowns that sent death threats to critics that panned this movie. I'll make this very simple so that even you can understand. There are no Heath Ledger caliber performances (I'm talking about acting acumen and not referencing a character) from any actor in TDKR to overcome the bland Bane, non-action action movie, ludicrous plot and epically awful ending. I didn't expect nor want this to be a reprise of TDK; rather a fitting end to Nolan's Batman which this movie is most certainly not a fitting end. I've seen it; you haven't so you don't know what you're talking about. Besides, there's no getting through to myopic Nolanites like you anyway. This movie could feature Batman taking on My Little Pony and to you it would be the best movie ever. In retrospect, that would probably be a better film.

Shogunn2517 7/19/2012 7:47:18 AM

You know, I'm not gonna say I will agree or disagree with DB.  But as much as people justifiably loved TDK, there were some deviations there and known deviations here that would at very least irk comic fans.  For one, the ambiguity of Harvey Dent's fate wasn't bad, nor good... if there wasn't plans to not simply address.  They made a whole movie based on a whole character who specifically does not kill people.  But he goes out of his way to throw a friend of his off of a building TO KILL HIM? 

The Dark Knight Returns is already foreign enough for casual fans of the character to follow to understand and identify some of the intracitcies that will be of the Batman in The Dark Knight Rises, that we DO know of(if you follow any of the spoilers we should know).  That said, I am afraid Nolan might be taking his take of the Batman a little too far from what we know of Batman, which may make a good movie, but it won't make a lot of passionate fans.

iceknight52 7/19/2012 7:57:44 AM

Yeah, I think I'm just going to go see it and enjoy it. Haven't been a huge fan of either two previous films but they have been good enough to keep my attention and be entertaining. I expect this one will do the same. I'm just glad I spent more of my youth reading Marvel and Image than DC. The only reason I have some Batman knowledge is that the animated series came out when I was in middle school and I learned all my lore from that.

DarthoftheDead 7/19/2012 8:18:05 AM

 @DarthBob - lmao!!!! My little pony, lol....oh,

@Higgy&EIBaz - That's telling em!!!!!!!! I agree with both of you!!!!

@CEO - Just because you call yourself  "Flynn" does'nt mean your style of writing wont be recognized....

CrazyCEO 7/19/2012 8:56:37 AM

There you go calling me out again, some will talk that we are in love.

If an admin (although there's no such thing on this site) can confirm to Barf that the IP addresses and details of this fine chap called Flynn and myself are completely different then that can put that idiots point to bed.

Higgy 7/19/2012 9:07:06 AM that was a good one CEO "some will talk that we are in love".  I liked that.  :)

Could someone please explain to me one thing that I don't understand?  Why does Batman take the fall for Harvey?  I thought it was because if Harvey ever became a criminal, all the people he put away would be freed from jail?  I've never heard that this a US thing?

FLYNN 7/19/2012 9:12:35 AM

That's my point that Heath Ledger is gone so stop trying to compare every character in this film to his preformance from the last film. To say Batman is incomplete without a LEdger preformance is crazy.  You have to move past that which you cannot BOB.  No I do not send death threats. You sound disturbed to even bring that up. You are one of the trolls that probably got the reviews on RT susepended. HL was in one Batman movie. End of story. You cannot compare every actors preformance in the film to a job he did in the previous film. This is the next chapter in the series. There is no more joker or HL. Batman sucks because there is no Joker like preformance... (rolling my eyes)

Betenoire 7/19/2012 9:21:25 AM

Higgy- The idea that Harvey went off the deep end and killed a number of people would be a defense attorney's wet dream as they could appeal their client's case using the instability of the prosecutor as a reason. When Harvey went with his stunt in the court room on the RICO thing the mayor point blank said that everything rode on Harvey's credibility. Once that was shattered by the revelation a good deal of what he did would have been reexamined and even given the circumstances a good deal of his work would have been undone.

Add that to his little sewer interogation and there was probably enough there that could have been dug up to cause problems, at the very least it would have undercut public support for him which was a major reason that he was able to pursue some of the avenues he did.

OTOH one could also just count it as some rather sloppy and cheap writing that the team hoped the audience would overlook as the music swelled and the big finish rolled simply because Batman delivered the line so earnestly. It isn't like there weren't other such moments in both BB and TDK as well where some things got papered over to make them appear more solid than they really were.

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