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by JMan
Forum: The Dark Knight Rises
Topic: [SPOILERS] Plot Holes
Replies: 990
Views: 83033

[SPOILERS] Plot Holes

This thread is becoming tedious and pretty lame. :? Agreed. I just saw TDKR again, this time on an IMAX screen, and now I am convinced that the editing is really smooth, not choppy, and that the so-called "plot holes" are just places where information isn't given because YOU DON"T NEED IT FOR THE S...
by JMan
Forum: The Dark Knight Rises
Topic: [SPOILERS] Your interpretation of the last shot (Poll)
Replies: 122
Views: 12250

[SPOILERS] Your interpretation of the last shot (Poll)

You simply cannot ignore the overt imagery of Blake rising on that platform followed by the title appearing on screen. Notice that Nolan’s films always leave the title until the very end of the movie. That’s where the title of each film has its final, full embodiment: from the announcement that Bat...
by JMan
Forum: The Dark Knight Rises
Topic: [SPOILERS] Plot Holes
Replies: 990
Views: 83033

[SPOILERS] Plot Holes

But will this clear up the plot holes?

"The Dark Knight Rises: Director’s Cut Featuring Maskless Bane Announced"

https://sowhatsnews.wordpress.com/2012/ ... less-bane/
by JMan
Forum: The Dark Knight Rises
Topic: TDKR General Information
Replies: 7112
Views: 584881

TDKR General Information

prince0gotham wrote:
JMan wrote:
Nice screen grabs. Only one problem--that top photo is from when the Joker is hanging upside down.
His arms and hands are always facing down: Gravity.
i said that in the post
Yeah, I was just restating the obvious.
by JMan
Forum: Future Projects
Topic: [SPOILER TDKR] Batman reboot theory
Replies: 27
Views: 8932

[SPOILER TDKR] Batman reboot theory

BigIslandYU2 wrote: I was not aware that Christopher Nolan would be producing the successor to his franchise. Why does this make me nervous? It's not like we've ever seen a good Batman director produce a bad sequel to his films, have we?
Don't worry. Burton isn't as good a director as Nolan.
by JMan
Forum: The Dark Knight Rises
Topic: The Dark Knight Rises: The Official Novelization
Replies: 157
Views: 32460

The Dark Knight Rises: The Official Novelization

I think this was cut from the film but are these lines in the novel? Bruce: I told you Lucius: You're Retired Bruce: I'm retired In the book he just says "I'm retired." Lucius does not say that. But I will say again, you definitely should buy/order the book. It's way better to see all the changes i...
by JMan
Forum: The Dark Knight Rises
Topic: [SPOILERS] The Final Scene
Replies: 1270
Views: 130352

[SPOILERS] The Final Scene

Wow! You had to actually login and type that helpful, uh, "comment." I'm impressed. :lol: If you really love Nolan, you wouldn't want him to get back to this story. He finished the trilogy. Full circle. The Legend ended and so did Nolan's journey through this wonderful story. And your idea doesn't ...
by JMan
Forum: Future Projects
Topic: Film Version of Frank Miller's "The Dark Knight Returns"?
Replies: 2
Views: 1849

Film Version of Frank Miller's "The Dark Knight Returns"?

mratm23 wrote:TDKR pretty much was Nolan's The Dark Knight Returns. Batman returned to Gotham in in TDKR as he did in The Dark Knight Returns.
Yeah, I know that. I just meant it would be wild to see Bale play an old man returning again to fight.
by JMan
Forum: The Dark Knight Rises
Topic: [SPOILERS] The Final Scene
Replies: 1270
Views: 130352

[SPOILERS] The Final Scene

I know that Warner's plans a "beboot" of Batman, and it probably won't have Gordon-Levett as the Caped Crusader. But here's what I'd pay good money to see. Ten years from now, Nolan makes a film version of Frank Miller's "The Dark Knight Returns." Bale could play Bruce as an older man--with makeup,...
by JMan
Forum: The Dark Knight Rises
Topic: [SPOILERS] The Final Scene
Replies: 1270
Views: 130352

[SPOILERS] The Final Scene

I know that Warner's plans a "beboot" of Batman, and it probably won't have Gordon-Levett as the Caped Crusader. But here's what I'd pay good money to see. Ten years from now, Nolan makes a film version of Frank Miller's "The Dark Knight Returns." Bale could play Bruce as an older man--with makeup, ...