Christopher's 2005 reboot of the Batman franchise that tells the origins of how Bruce Wayne became Batman.
The_Maestro wrote:theweatherman wrote:
No it implies that among the people that watched it some like TDK and some like BB, unless there is a part of the quote saying who was there watching it with them, it implies nothing about Chris. When I first read the quote I assumed it was a group of all the usual suspects involved in Nolan's films. There were probably 8-10 people watching the films.
Exactly. You assumed.
Why would Wally be talking to 8 other people about which type of STORYTELLING they preferred?
tykjen wrote:I'm happy Batman Begins didn't leave me anything to think about except this: "Finally a proper Batman film has been made!" I did not need a sequel either, I saw the ending with the Joker card as a little tribute to Jack ^
Nolan did not turn Batman into a superhero either, he kept it very real. But the harsh real reality of TDK felt a bit forced, dunno why..maybe I had seen too much on the news in those days. And for TDKR I can only hope there is something to really escape in like BB did for me, instead of being reminded of the reality WE currently live in as I got with TDK.
Vader182 wrote:That mostly sounds like your bias for a desire for escapism harmed your experience watching. To me, the fact it's almost too real is what makes it so unnerving and at times terrifying.
Flying Rodent wrote:Well, I must admit, I'm totally unable to say which one I prefer, between BB and TDK. They're both masterpieces.
Now, this ain't a very useful post.
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