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  1. Batman and Robin has one of my favorite shots...

    Batman and Robin has one of my favorite shots from any Batman movie. Im referring to when the Batmobile is frozen and Batman ejects flying up towards the camera and gliding back down. I used to...
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    Poll: Gotta go with Elfman's theme. It's a theme that's...

    Gotta go with Elfman's theme. It's a theme that's able to encapsulate everything about the character in the same way as Williams Superman theme. It's dark and mysterious, and yet it also has an...
  3. Yeah, I agree they're not the greatest. However,...

    Yeah, I agree they're not the greatest. However, I do like the pulpy feel that's inherent to them.
  4. That's besides the point. When he's discussing...

    That's besides the point. When he's discussing how the film does a bad job at adapting the comic he's not referring to the Bob Kane/ Bill Finger version of the character. Instead he does what a lot...
  5. I think it mostly comes down to ignorance. I mean...

    I think it mostly comes down to ignorance. I mean this entire thread was made to highlight a Youtube video where the poster argues that it's a bad Batman adaption and not once does he ever reference...
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    Dark Knight Trilogy IMAX Screening

    In case you guys haven't heard, five IMAX theatres are showing Nolan's Dark Knight trilogy in 70mm IMAX. ...
  7. I remember reading somewhere that the 40's...

    I remember reading somewhere that the 40's serials were responsible for creating the Alfred we're all familiar with. Idk if that's true.
  8. Great to hear. I'm reading the Golden Age for the...

    Great to hear. I'm reading the Golden Age for the first time. Right now I'm on volume 3. Should be done with 4&5 by September though. I'm just shocked at how different this Batman is. Where I'm at...
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    I think you hit the nail on the head as for why...

    I think you hit the nail on the head as for why Bale's Batman didn't work for me quite as well as Keaton's. Unlike Keaton I didn't get a change in personality from Bale's Batman. That's not to say...
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    If we're strictly talking live action I gotta go...

    If we're strictly talking live action I gotta go with Keaton. Specifically with his performance in the 89 Batman. There's a real subtlety to his performance as the character. There are many moments...
  11. In Begins he was gone for seven years. For all we...

    In Begins he was gone for seven years. For all we know it could've taken him a year to get to the other side of the world. When Bruce gets out of the prison in Rises he has 22 days to get back.
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  12. I agree, and to add to that I don't like that...

    I agree, and to add to that I don't like that Bruce finds out about Rachel's letter. I liked the sentiment at the end of The Dark Knight that basically says Bruce has done so much for Gotham that he...
  13. 1. Begins showed how Bruce was able to survive...

    1. Begins showed how Bruce was able to survive without any resources, but he still needed Alfred to get to Gotham.
    2. For me that's different because these were undercover agents working for the...
  14. It's much more than that man. There are multiple...

    It's much more than that man. There are multiple obstacles to overcome in the scenario that Bruce finds himself in.
    1. Figure out to get back to North America with no money, no Alfred, no resources...
  15. 78527 There's a lot to like in Rises, but it...

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    There's a lot to like in Rises, but it just never comes together. Still can't get past the film glossing over Bruce returning to Gotham, and there are 3 characters in there that I think...
  16. Because for producer Michael E. Uslan the whole...

    Because for producer Michael E. Uslan the whole point of this film since its inception in the 70's was to get back to the roots of the character, and get him out of the shadow of the Adam West...
  17. I wish I could've been around to experience the...

    I wish I could've been around to experience the hype.
  18. A very apples and oranges comparison for me man....

    A very apples and oranges comparison for me man. Nolan takes his inspiration from the Bronze Age, whereas Burton was guided to use the Golden Age. In the Golden Age Gordon isn't that big of...
  19. I can't go that far even though I like Begins...

    I can't go that far even though I like Begins quite a bit. For me it's just an uneven film, and the pre-Batman section of it is a stronger movie.
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    Sorry, I thought you were trying to be funny. My...

    Sorry, I thought you were trying to be funny. My mistake.
  21. For me I just put The Dark Knight ahead of this...

    For me I just put The Dark Knight ahead of this one. Dark Knight just operates on a different level not only from the other Batman films, but comic book films in general. I like Batman Begins and, to...
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    Dude, I'm 26 haha! I thought everyone still knew...

    Dude, I'm 26 haha! I thought everyone still knew who Dangerfield was.
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    We've got a regular Rodney Dangerfield here.

    We've got a regular Rodney Dangerfield here.
  24. Agreed I'm not a fan of Marc at all. I also...

    Agreed I'm not a fan of Marc at all. I also enjoyed what it used to be. The Kevin Conroy episode has my favorite interview with Conroy.
  25. Not to repeat myself, but again it's just...

    Not to repeat myself, but again it's just important to note that this film is based on the Golden Age Bob Kane/Bill Finger pre-Robin era. That character was almost a complete 180 from the Batman...
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