Do you consider TDKR as being a 'Deep' Film?

The 2012 superhero epic about Batman's struggle to overcome the terrorist leader Bane, as well as his own inner demons.

Deep?

Yes
28
70%
No
12
30%
 
Total votes: 40

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^Please ban the guy.

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Not a single one of those make even a little sense

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Sup /tv/ Another Nolan thread i see. :wave:

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Did that BRAVO_CHRIS guy really just copy and paste from that ridiculous "99 reasons why the dark knight rises sucked" article? WOW. What a troll. The same BRAVO CHRIS from a few days ago that people wanted banned and now he's back for more, I'm assuming.

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Calling Batman "the Dark Knight" is like calling Papa Smurf "the Blue Patriarch": you're not fooling anyone. It's a children's story about a billionaire who dresses up as a bat to punch criminals on the nose. No normal adult can possibly relate to that, which makes his story inherently boring, unless you're a child, in which case you can enjoy the bits where he rides his super-bike around with his cape flapping behind him like a tit. The scenes where some improbable clown-like supervillain delivers a quasi-philosophical speech are even worse, incidentally.

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BRAV0 CHRIS wrote:Calling Batman "the Dark Knight" is like calling Papa Smurf "the Blue Patriarch": you're not fooling anyone. It's a children's story about a billionaire who dresses up as a bat to punch criminals on the nose. No normal adult can possibly relate to that, which makes his story inherently boring, unless you're a child, in which case you can enjoy the bits where he rides his super-bike around with his cape flapping behind him like a tit. The scenes where some improbable clown-like supervillain delivers a quasi-philosophical speech are even worse, incidentally.
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BRAV0 CHRIS wrote:Calling Batman "the Dark Knight" is like calling Papa Smurf "the Blue Patriarch": you're not fooling anyone. It's a children's story about a billionaire who dresses up as a bat to punch criminals on the nose. No normal adult can possibly relate to that, which makes his story inherently boring, unless you're a child, in which case you can enjoy the bits where he rides his super-bike around with his cape flapping behind him like a tit. The scenes where some improbable clown-like supervillain delivers a quasi-philosophical speech are even worse, incidentally.
Nice job copying and pasting that troll of a youtube comment that's been going around.

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blueberryicedcoffee wrote:Mad deep.
This. Love your banners by the way 8-).
Master Virgo wrote:I think you're asking the wrong question, the right one is "How much deep you believe Rises is as a film?"
Definitely this.

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