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2012-04-30 11:22:38 PM
Holy
fark
that
looks
amazing

i56.tinypic.com
 
2012-04-30 11:42:39 PM
Attention "Ultimates" "Avengers": Yeah ... you've got a lot to live up to in advance. Enjoy getting completely trumped.
 
2012-05-01 12:00:05 AM
They really changed Bane's voice a lot. It sounds so different from the prologue that it's distracting. I'm sure I'll get used to it though.

I'm glad we finally got a scene showing Catwoman in action, she looked so bad ass doing the spinning back kick to the dudes head.
 
2012-05-01 12:05:35 AM

9beers: They really changed Bane's voice a lot. It sounds so different from the prologue that it's distracting. I'm sure I'll get used to it though.

I'm glad we finally got a scene showing Catwoman in action, she looked so bad ass doing the spinning back kick to the dudes head.


I've kinda always hated Catwoman...especially in a lot of stories it'll become the tired 'ZOMGWILLTHEYDOIT!?' cliche
 
2012-05-01 12:05:39 AM

9beers: Holy
fark
that
looks
amazing

[i56.tinypic.com image 146x93]


Okay. I'd forgotten about that gif

Reminds me of the politics tab!
 
2012-05-01 12:06:13 AM
I must have missed something, Liam Neeson is returning?
 
2012-05-01 12:23:44 AM
Does it already have a 9.9 on IMDB?
 
2012-05-01 12:26:13 AM
I am really looking forward to this movie but I don't think it can top the one before it.
 
2012-05-01 12:28:45 AM

Soos: I must have missed something, Liam Neeson is returning?


But is Ra's al Ghul immortal? Are his methods supernatural?
 
2012-05-01 12:53:35 AM

Soos: I must have missed something, Liam Neeson is returning?


Wouldn't surprise me. In the comics, he's a 600 year old quasi-immortal who just needs a dip in one of his Lazarus Pits to rejuvenate every century. He can also have one of his minions toss him in after sustaining a normally fatal wound, and he'l come out stronger (and crazier) than before.
 
2012-05-01 12:55:43 AM
Christian Bale can win a damn oscar but he can't play Batman without sounding like he has a dick down his throat. Ugh.
 
2012-05-01 12:57:19 AM

Gwendolyn: Christian Bale can win a damn oscar but he can't play Batman without sounding like he has a dick down his throat. Ugh.


And that is exactly what takes me right out of the movie.
 
2012-05-01 12:57:56 AM
I don't think Ra's Al Ghul is going to be in this unless it's some kind of flashback. Nolan likes to keep things grounded in reality, having some supernatural being isn't his style.
 
2012-05-01 01:04:26 AM
Yeah. I'm gonna be seeing this one in IMAX. :D
 
2012-05-01 01:05:26 AM
There is young Ra's Al Ghul and Talia Al Ghul according to IMDB
 
2012-05-01 01:08:38 AM

Soos: There is young Ra's Al Ghul and Talia Al Ghul according to IMDB


Yep.
 
2012-05-01 01:13:09 AM
Why would an adult want to see movie based on a 'young adult' picture book and cartoon series?
 
2012-05-01 01:14:59 AM

optikeye: Why would an adult want to see movie based on a 'young adult' picture book and cartoon series?


Cause it's awesome.
 
2012-05-01 01:17:26 AM

Gwendolyn: Christian Bale can win a damn oscar but he can't play Batman without sounding like he has a dick down his throat. Ugh.


That doesn't bother me, I just think it is funny.

If you were a billionaire gotham darling who chases vagina all day, you would probably try to mask your voice as a dildo-chocking superhero too.
 
2012-05-01 01:18:03 AM

optikeye: Why would an adult want to see movie based on a 'young adult' picture book and cartoon series?


Probably for the same reason a 50 year old spends time on a website where most people are half his age.
 
2012-05-01 01:20:48 AM
ok... 30 seconds in and I still can't understand Bane.

Bruce Wayne: "What are you"?
Bane: "I'm Gotham's ???"

what is Bane saying?
 
2012-05-01 01:21:46 AM
Looks just as boring and lame as all the other ones. And when it hits blu-ray it'll be just another cheesy batman movie.
 
2012-05-01 01:23:15 AM

9beers: Probably for the same reason a 50 year old spends time on a website where most people are half his age.


I think most of the Admins present here are in that same age range..tread carefully hon.

I think Batman is awesome, Avengers and Harry Potter..Twilight sucks not because of the target age, just because it sucks.
 
2012-05-01 01:30:03 AM

optikeye: I think most of the Admins present here are in that same age range..tread carefully hon.


So because you're an admin, that makes it OK to come into a thread and ridicule people that are excited about a movie?

"Why would an adult want to see movie based on a 'young adult' picture book and cartoon series?"

That's condescending if you ask me.
 
2012-05-01 01:50:56 AM

9beers: That's condescending if you ask me.


Oh please mate. It was just 'turn around" troll for dicks that post here about YA books into movies..Potter, Hunger Games, Etc as "kids books"...while getting their penises hard about other YA "picture books", Funny Paper, Comic strips, ahh, Comic books, ahhh Graphic Novels. It's all good if it's written good and made good. Ageism shouldn't be an issue.

Heck if you like to read some of the better stuff is YA stuff..Cory Doctorow's "little brother" and "For the Win" and Ernest's Clein's "Ready Player One". are some of the better Sci-Fi, speculatively fiction written today.

I'd highly recommend "Ready Player One" heck, Wil Wheaton reads the audiobook version of that one. Major cool points there IMHO.
 
2012-05-01 01:57:49 AM

Bathia_Mapes: Soos: There is young Ra's Al Ghul and Talia Al Ghul according to IMDB

Yep.


I wonder if he shows up to...warn...Bane kinda sounds like a mutant al ghul......
I never saw the prelude, do they explain the breather?

I know only from what people have spoon fed me
 
2012-05-01 02:03:01 AM

optikeye: Oh please mate. It was just 'turn around" troll for dicks that post here about YA books into movies..


My bad then, I took it another way. Maybe because I'm in my 40's and giddy over this movie like I was when I was 15 and waiting for Return of the Jedi to come out.
 
2012-05-01 02:05:25 AM

optikeye: Oh please mate. It was just 'turn around" troll for dicks that post here about YA books into movies..Potter, Hunger Games, Etc as "kids books"...while getting their penises hard about other YA "picture books", Funny Paper, Comic strips, ahh, Comic books, ahhh Graphic Novels. It's all good if it's written good and made good. Ageism shouldn't be an issue.


No doubt. I couldn't figure out why people kept comparing Hunger Games to Twilight. They don't even resemble each other even a little. It's like people hear "YA" and think it's some new genre that was invented when Harry Potter came out.
 
2012-05-01 02:25:29 AM

Sgt Otter: Soos: I must have missed something, Liam Neeson is returning?

Wouldn't surprise me. In the comics, he's a 600 year old quasi-immortal who just needs a dip in one of his Lazarus Pits to rejuvenate every century. He can also have one of his minions toss him in after sustaining a normally fatal wound, and he'l come out stronger (and crazier) than before.


Nolan decided to do Batman more "real world" The Movie Ras As Gual used trusted henchmen to "Double" as Ras As Gaul. So if the double got killed, Ras would find another henchmen to assume the role.

This actually made me like Ras as a character (Not a big fan of supernatural in my Batman stories) It also fit the story, as Ras hid in plain sight, Bruce becoming the Symbol of Batman.

Nolan said today in an interview that his Batman Trilogy is a story. It will have an end-not an on going story like the comics. I predict that Bruce Wayne will retire and give over the symbol to the Joseph Gordon-Levitt Character John Blake
 
2012-05-01 02:32:16 AM

Confabulat: optikeye: Oh please mate. It was just 'turn around" troll for dicks that post here about YA books into movies..Potter, Hunger Games, Etc as "kids books"...while getting their penises hard about other YA "picture books", Funny Paper, Comic strips, ahh, Comic books, ahhh Graphic Novels. It's all good if it's written good and made good. Ageism shouldn't be an issue.

No doubt. I couldn't figure out why people kept comparing Hunger Games to Twilight. They don't even resemble each other even a little. It's like people hear "YA" and think it's some new genre that was invented when Harry Potter came out.


It's not new: The reporters named it after the section in the book stores where they are found. Twilight, Harry Potter, Hunger Games are not found in the children section, nor the regular section.

What is new is that there are some well written books at that age group that have crossover appeal to adults. And it's getting the Teens back into the movie theater.
 
2012-05-01 02:36:19 AM

Darth_Lukecash: The reporters named it after the section in the book stores where they are found.


What is this "book store" you speak of?
 
2012-05-01 02:36:44 AM
and give over the symbol to the Joseph Gordon-Levitt Character John Blake

Isn't he a little short for a stormtrooper?
 
2012-05-01 03:03:59 AM

Confabulat: Darth_Lukecash: The reporters named it after the section in the book stores where they are found.

What is this "book store" you speak of?


For over a thousand generations, the book stores were the sellers of books and periodicals in the Old Republic. Before the dark times... before Amazon.

MeinRS6: and give over the symbol to the Joseph Gordon-Levitt Character John Blake

Isn't he a little short for a stormtrooper?


According to his bio on IMDb, he's 5'10".... Bale is 6' So it's only a two foot difference.

Think of him as more of a Neal Adam-swimmer/Gymnastic Build Batman than a Frank Miller/Jim Lee Body Builder Batman.
 
2012-05-01 03:51:56 AM

Confabulat: No doubt. I couldn't figure out why people kept comparing Hunger Games to Twilight. They don't even resemble each other even a little. It's like people hear "YA" and think it's some new genre that was invented when Harry Potter came out.


Yeah, The Hobbit was considered a childrens book with LOTR as YA book. (before they classified them into Library sections).
Batman, "Comic book" superheros...where always considered (until recently as 'kid stuff'). The classification was 'comic book'..the funny pages of the newspaper or 'comic' books. for kids.

We grew up and he superhero's grew up. Heck some of the better movies where 'kids' movies..Star Wars 4-6. And even worse "kids movie" the new ones--which sucked not just for kids but for everyone.

Batman got reinvented with Miller's graphic novel "The Dark Knight Returns" in the 80's. Along with the entire comic book edge. Gaiman's "Sandman" had a bit to do with that, as did some of the others. But to strip it down, it's still a 'comic book' story with adolescent fantasy hero thing.
not a bad thing it's rather enjoyable to see and watch, it's not high art or even good Science fiction, IMHO.

/I still want to strangle my old roommate that took my first ed of "dark night returns" in the 80's..and burned some pages with his drunk cigarette dropping and took the book when I kicked him out. Asshole.
 
2012-05-01 04:14:45 AM

9beers: optikeye: Why would an adult want to see movie based on a 'young adult' picture book and cartoon series?

Probably for the same reason a 50 year old spends time on a website where most people are half his age.


Here is a cookie.... try not to get any crumbs in your lap noob
 
2012-05-01 04:17:28 AM

Darth_Lukecash: Confabulat: Darth_Lukecash: The reporters named it after the section in the book stores where they are found.

What is this "book store" you speak of?

For over a thousand generations, the book stores were the sellers of books and periodicals in the Old Republic. Before the dark times... before Amazon.

MeinRS6: and give over the symbol to the Joseph Gordon-Levitt Character John Blake

Isn't he a little short for a stormtrooper?

According to his bio on IMDb, he's 5'10".... Bale is 6' So it's only a two foot difference.

Think of him as more of a Neal Adam-swimmer/Gymnastic Build Batman than a Frank Miller/Jim Lee Body Builder Batman.


5'10" to 6' = 2' ?
 
2012-05-01 06:43:32 AM

calbert: ok... 30 seconds in and I still can't understand Bane.

Bruce Wayne: "What are you"?
Bane: "I'm Gotham's ???"

what is Bane saying?


"I'm Gotham's reckoning"
 
2012-05-01 06:43:35 AM
That looked rather like the BeyondMobile at the end there. Groovy.
 
2012-05-01 06:44:23 AM

calbert: ok... 30 seconds in and I still can't understand Bane.

Bruce Wayne: "What are you"?
Bane: "I'm Gotham's Reckoning"

what is Bane saying?

 
2012-05-01 06:47:25 AM
I can't wait to see this movie. It's just that my memory of the comics keeps screaming at me "Bane is too small!" and "It doesn't seem Bane does 'x' to Batman's 'y'." But the trailer looks good and honestly I can't wait to see Anne Hathaway prance around in a Catwoman suit.
 
2012-05-01 06:48:05 AM
I'm going to need to bring a tarp to the movie theater when this finally comes out.
 
2012-05-01 06:49:47 AM
There's the link, I saw it on Facebook about 7 hours ago, but I didn't want to fight the work filters to submit it myself.

Looks very good.
 
2012-05-01 06:50:51 AM
When it comes to films that are established properties, I find that the more casual of a fan you are the more you enjoy the adaptations. Casual fan of Batman, so I'm looking forward to this and I'm certain I'm going to love it. My much younger sister was a hardcore fan of the Hunger Games books and was thoroughly disappointed with the film.

I think I almost shed a tear. My sister had her very first feeling of geeky disappointment. They grow up so fast.
 
2012-05-01 06:52:30 AM

IBreakdance2NIN: I'm going to need to bring a tarp to the movie theater when this finally comes out.



It's never coming out, they're just going to release a new trailer for it every six months.
 
2012-05-01 06:52:41 AM
cache.ohinternet.com Damn previews...
 
2012-05-01 07:06:07 AM

calbert: ok... 30 seconds in and I still can't understand Bane.

Bruce Wayne: "What are you"?
Bane: "I'm Gotham's ???"

what is Bane saying?


"I'm Gotham's reckoning."

/all those years of listening to black and death metal finally pay off
 
2012-05-01 07:11:14 AM

whizbangthedirtfarmer: calbert: ok... 30 seconds in and I still can't understand Bane.

Bruce Wayne: "What are you"?
Bane: "I'm Gotham's ???"

what is Bane saying?

"I'm Gotham's reckoning."

/all those years of listening to black and death metal finally pay off


Heh.. I listen to some harsh vocalists, but I don't think that's why I had no problem at all understanding him. Decades of British accents in Doctor Who and such, perhaps.
 
2012-05-01 07:20:29 AM

mamoru: Yeah. I'm gonna be seeing this one in IMAX. :D


Me too. But I'm a little frightened of the thought of Anne Hathaway in full IMAX.

i44.tinypic.com
 
2012-05-01 07:32:54 AM
I like the change to Bane's voice. It is actually understandable now. The previous trailer was a bit of a struggle. Not just because it seemed garbled but also because it was too soft. Now it is a bit louder and more clear.

I like how people state that Nolan is grounded in reality yet the preview has a cargo plane with men jumping from it to attach cables to a smaller plane to rip the wings off to rescue Bane. (Which is incredibly awesome by the way)

The other thing I like about this trailer is there is no easy way to pick up what the details of the plot will be. Ok, Bane escapes, Bruce is tortured, then Batman comes back and fights Bane. But very little info as to the order of all that or how it happens.
 
2012-05-01 07:38:01 AM

Gwendolyn: Christian Bale can win a damn oscar but he can't play Batman without sounding like he has a dick down his throat. Ugh.


To be fair to Bale, Nolan digitally altered his voice to make him sound more cookiemonsterish. Hopefully it's not as bad in this one. I've heard a lot of complaining about it in real life and on the internet. I hope Nolan listened.
 
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