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2012-05-01 03:03:53 PM  

Liams_Soul: glaurunge: Liams_Soul: imontheinternet: Liams_Soul: I have a sneaking suspicion that JGL will be in the bat costume, but not in the way most people seem to be thinking. Most seem to think that he will inherit the mantle from Bruce Wayne. While that may be possible, I am beginning to suspect something else.

As the film opens, Batman has been out of action for a number of years. Bane shows up and begins trashing Gotham. He sets his sights on Bruce Wayne in particular because of his ties to Talia. He know who Bruce Wayne is. Bruce is taken by surprise and beaten senseless. He can't be Batman again right away.

JGL somehow gets a hold of the bat suit and tries to take Bane down. He dies in the process but buys Bruce enough time to recover and suit up to take on Bane.

Not really sure what Catwoman's role is in all of this.

All of this is just speculation on my part. I have no evidence to back any of this up.

That would be a lot closer to the Knightfall storyline than most other theories floating around out there.

I had heard people on another forum saying that they thought one of the scenes in the new preview looked like JGL in the cowl. I personally don't see it, but it inspired me to think about how that would work out, which is similar to Knightfall in some respects.

It is all really just pure speculation based on the idea that JGL was in the suit. I am not even sure that he was. But I can see that sort of plot working in a Nolanverse Batman.

Hmm... Makes sense. Bane wages a war on the rich and powerful oligarchs of Gotham's society. He imprisons Bruce Wayne (it's obvious from the last two trailers that he spends time in some kind of grimy prison) and JGL takes up the mantle of Batman in order to put a stop to Bain. Bain easily defeats him. The scene where Bane tosses the mask is probably the aftermath of this battle.

Bruce somehow escapes from his jail and comes back as Batman to surprise Bane and save the day. Tada1


Not sure that he gets tossed in a prison ...


Look at the clip from the second trailer where Bruce is scruffy and wearing rags. He asks, "what are they saying?" in reference to the Bain chant, so it can't be a flash back. In the newest trailer he's seen waking up in what is obviously some sort of prison. Just look at the bars in the background.

And if you watch the prologue or trailer #2, I can't remember which, there's a clip of Bruce doing push ups in what is again obviously a dingy jail cell.
 
2012-05-01 03:06:41 PM  

Tax Boy: [i.qkme.me image 485x323]


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2012-05-01 03:09:29 PM  

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?


"Reckoning"

/Wasn't that hard
//Jus' sayin'
 
2012-05-01 03:12:13 PM  

Fallout Zone: My friend's 3 year old is huge into Star Wars, and particularly The Phantom Menace. As he told me, "now I understand why Jar-Jar Binks exists."


Your friend's 3 year old is amazingly astute for his age.
 
2012-05-01 03:17:55 PM  

glaurunge: Liams_Soul: glaurunge: Liams_Soul: imontheinternet: Liams_Soul: I have a sneaking suspicion that JGL will be in the bat costume, but not in the way most people seem to be thinking. Most seem to think that he will inherit the mantle from Bruce Wayne. While that may be possible, I am beginning to suspect something else.

As the film opens, Batman has been out of action for a number of years. Bane shows up and begins trashing Gotham. He sets his sights on Bruce Wayne in particular because of his ties to Talia. He know who Bruce Wayne is. Bruce is taken by surprise and beaten senseless. He can't be Batman again right away.

JGL somehow gets a hold of the bat suit and tries to take Bane down. He dies in the process but buys Bruce enough time to recover and suit up to take on Bane.

Not really sure what Catwoman's role is in all of this.

All of this is just speculation on my part. I have no evidence to back any of this up.

That would be a lot closer to the Knightfall storyline than most other theories floating around out there.

I had heard people on another forum saying that they thought one of the scenes in the new preview looked like JGL in the cowl. I personally don't see it, but it inspired me to think about how that would work out, which is similar to Knightfall in some respects.

It is all really just pure speculation based on the idea that JGL was in the suit. I am not even sure that he was. But I can see that sort of plot working in a Nolanverse Batman.

Hmm... Makes sense. Bane wages a war on the rich and powerful oligarchs of Gotham's society. He imprisons Bruce Wayne (it's obvious from the last two trailers that he spends time in some kind of grimy prison) and JGL takes up the mantle of Batman in order to put a stop to Bain. Bain easily defeats him. The scene where Bane tosses the mask is probably the aftermath of this battle.

Bruce somehow escapes from his jail and comes back as Batman to surprise Bane and save the day. Tada1


Not sure that he gets tossed ...


I agree that he is in prison and looking scruffy, but it is hard to tell for sure in the trailer whether it is present day or a flashback. I tend to think its flashback. The Bane chant may be something that Wayne recognizes because of time spent in the prison. I also am not sure that Wayne wasn't just in some sort of run down or destroyed building in Gotham in the Wayne/Bane scenes.

However, I will admit, you could very well be correct. Wayne's absence could account for all the tumblers rolling around in Gotham if Bane/Thalia managed to infiltrate Wayne Corp. somehow.
 
2012-05-01 03:21:00 PM  

xenophon10k: calbert: ok... 30 seconds in and I still can't understand Bane.

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

what is Bane saying?

"Reckoning"

/Wasn't that hard
//Jus' sayin'


Not Christian Bale in that scene.
 
2012-05-01 03:33:39 PM  

Vinz_Clortho: xenophon10k: calbert: ok... 30 seconds in and I still can't understand Bane.

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

what is Bane saying?

"Reckoning"

/Wasn't that hard
//Jus' sayin'

Not Christian Bale in that scene.


Oops, my bad. You're right.
 
2012-05-01 03:34:42 PM  

DamnYankees: I just noticed - at 1:55, that's Maggie Gyllenhal, isnt it? Looks like we're getting a Rachel flashback.


Looks like you may need glasses. That is Marion Cotillard. Unquestionably.
 
2012-05-01 03:38:08 PM  

Digitalstrange: Haven't watched any of the trailers. I knew I was going to see this film when credits rolled on TDK, why ruin the best scenes by having seen them 20 times before the movie comes out?


I can dig it. When you go in without having seen a single frame, without any idea of what might happen, it is a lot more fun. I couldn't resist watching the trailer this time though.
 
2012-05-01 03:41:25 PM  

Comsamvimes: The one thing that bothered me...what's with the multiple Tumblers? Something going down at Wayne Industries that puts them into production?


Remember, the Tumbler was built as a military vehicle so maybe they were built for use on the battlefield. Or maybe the goddamn Batman makes sure to have a few spares around.
 
2012-05-01 03:44:35 PM  

bgddy24601: Fallout Zone: My friend's 3 year old is huge into Star Wars, and particularly The Phantom Menace. As he told me, "now I understand why Jar-Jar Binks exists."

Your friend's 3 year old is amazingly astute for his age.


Because he uses the words 'understand' and exists' at 3? Hell, I agree with you.
 
2012-05-01 03:46:32 PM  
Now I know it was wishful thinking of a sort, but in watching this trailer, the quick flash they had of batmans face up close, left the afterimage of supermans S. when I slow it down I can plainly see it was just a more brightly lit batface, but oh for a second there I went "no Fin way would nolan do that"
 
2012-05-01 03:52:45 PM  

Liams_Soul: I had heard people on another forum saying that they thought one of the scenes in the new preview looked like JGL in the cowl. I personally don't see it, but it inspired me to think about how that would work out, which is similar to Knightfall in some respects.


It is him at least in one scene. Its at about 1:35 in the trailer. Here's a crappy screen grab. He's smaller, skinnier, and hell...it just isnt bale, or even the suit, for that matter. Maybe he's wearing hockey pads.

i521.photobucket.com
 
2012-05-01 04:05:16 PM  

Madbassist1: Liams_Soul: I had heard people on another forum saying that they thought one of the scenes in the new preview looked like JGL in the cowl. I personally don't see it, but it inspired me to think about how that would work out, which is similar to Knightfall in some respects.

It is him at least in one scene. Its at about 1:35 in the trailer. Here's a crappy screen grab. He's smaller, skinnier, and hell...it just isnt bale, or even the suit, for that matter. Maybe he's wearing hockey pads.

[i521.photobucket.com image 640x468]


With the red glare, it almost looks like Red Robin, though I seriously doubt that's where it's going.



4.bp.blogspot.com
 
2012-05-01 04:12:37 PM  

rocky_howard: Darth_Lukecash: You do realize that Darkseid, para daemons and boom tube were all created by Jack Kirby after leaving Marvel? You know The same Kirby that co-created Thor?

Your point being? That because he worked for Marvel first, his latter ideas belong to them too?


What I'm saying is that Kirby created both, (and at Marvel first). Marvel did not rip anything off or was a weak version of something else. The similar ideas came from the same man, adapted for the universes and story.
 
2012-05-01 04:19:25 PM  
At least this Bane isn't some mindless drone of Poison Ivy.
 
2012-05-01 04:21:19 PM  

Madbassist1: Liams_Soul: I had heard people on another forum saying that they thought one of the scenes in the new preview looked like JGL in the cowl. I personally don't see it, but it inspired me to think about how that would work out, which is similar to Knightfall in some respects.

It is him at least in one scene. Its at about 1:35 in the trailer. Here's a crappy screen grab. He's smaller, skinnier, and hell...it just isnt bale, or even the suit, for that matter. Maybe he's wearing hockey pads.

[i521.photobucket.com image 640x468]


Yeah, no. I've looked it over and over. I still think it's Bale. The suit may have changed, again, but I still think it's Bale.

For the record, I think there's going to be a subplot where Bruce Wayne goes away for a while and he comes back out of shape, so that could account for the thinness.
 
2012-05-01 04:26:20 PM  

Doran:
Yeah, no. I've looked it over and over. I still think it's Bale. The suit may have changed, again, but I still think it's Bale.

For the record, I think there's going to be a subplot where Bruce Wayne goes away for a while and he comes back out of shape, so that could account for the thinness.


We'll have to agree to disagree then, because it seems obvious to me that it isn't him. YMMV
 
2012-05-01 04:30:17 PM  

Mugato: Is Catwoman even a bad girl in this? I realize she's not a total villain but here she looks like a whiny sidekick.


My take is shes like she is in the comics: in a grey area. She'll like robbing for the thrills. She may help Bane in some tasks for the money, but be revolted once he starts his rampage.

One line "how can one who have so much, leave so little for the rest of us" But she'll have moments of self interest and moments of protecting innocent civilians.

She also has a line, "you don't owe these people anything, you already given them everything" which shows that she has a limit to her love of "little people"
 
2012-05-01 04:34:39 PM  

Aar1012: I've kinda always hated Catwoman...especially in a lot of stories it'll become the tired 'ZOMGWILLTHEYDOIT!?' cliche


30.media.tumblr.com

/Phil Noto is awesome
 
2012-05-01 04:49:29 PM  

Madbassist1: Liams_Soul: I had heard people on another forum saying that they thought one of the scenes in the new preview looked like JGL in the cowl. I personally don't see it, but it inspired me to think about how that would work out, which is similar to Knightfall in some respects.

It is him at least in one scene. Its at about 1:35 in the trailer. Here's a crappy screen grab. He's smaller, skinnier, and hell...it just isnt bale, or even the suit, for that matter. Maybe he's wearing hockey pads.

[i521.photobucket.com image 640x468]


Not sure from the screen grab. I was trying to determine from the chin shape. I think their chin shapes are a little different. JGL has a bit of a cleft in his chin that Bale doesn't and I don't see it in that screen grab. Not trying to shoot holes in my own theory, I am just not sure.
 
2012-05-01 05:18:09 PM  

rocky_howard: T.rex: The relevancy is box office dollars.

No. That's irrelevant. Especially since he didn't mention money at all. YOU were the one bringing up money as if that's relevant to quality.

I was responding to the other poster who said it has 'live up to' something, and will get 'trumped'.

Live up to the quality he expects TDKR to have after seeing the trailers.

The only thing it has to do is make tons of money.

No. It has to be good too. Now, I saw Avengers last week and it was glorious. I've seen it three times now and possibly will be going a fourth time.
Of course, they're different kind of movies. Avengers was pure action popcorn entertainment. Like chinese food for the soul. TDKR is expected to be like a full main course of steak and other things.

'Trumped' implies how many people see it.

No, that's just you looking for excuses/arguments no one made. He was clearly talking about the quality, not the amount of people. Otherwise Trasnformers 3 and Avatar are the best movies ever.

Batman will be on Imax, and those tickets will be inflated, too.

True, but IMAX is not even 10% as widespread as 3D. Heck, here in my country we have at least 20 3D screens, with more coming in the way, yet we have zero IMAX screens with none coming in the way.


You damn right i'm bringing up money... As i said before, its the reason films are made. Its the reason TV shows, radio shows, newspaper, movies, or any other form of media exists.... Warner Bros and Nolan didn't make Batman to express themselves creatively. They made it to make gobs of money.

If the Avengers sucks but makes a billion dollars, it is a success, period, point, blank.
 
2012-05-01 05:25:43 PM  

browneye: This will always be the best representation of the DC universe:

[www.toplessrobot.com image 303x327]


This by so much.

/Missed that show
//Have the last season on DVD
 
2012-05-01 05:27:34 PM  
There's another shot of a man being dragged out from under a really fancy desk. I'm leaning towards the "Bane ravages Gotham and arrests all the rich people. Bruce Wayne is rounded up with the rest of the one-percenters and Gotham thinks Batman has abandoned them." I'm not sure JGL puts on the costume and gets his ass kicked. But, if he does, that would be a good incentive for Bruce to escape from prison and save the day.

... Or die trying.
 
2012-05-01 05:27:58 PM  

rocky_howard: Rwa2play:

Except DC hasn't had the balls or brains to pull off the JLA movie where Marvel has done it with The Avengers.

Which has zero to do with what I said, so :)


Yeah...but Marvel did it. And besides, haven't DC done the same thing with some of their own stories?
 
2012-05-01 05:37:13 PM  

Madbassist1: Liams_Soul: I had heard people on another forum saying that they thought one of the scenes in the new preview looked like JGL in the cowl. I personally don't see it, but it inspired me to think about how that would work out, which is similar to Knightfall in some respects.

It is him at least in one scene. Its at about 1:35 in the trailer. Here's a crappy screen grab. He's smaller, skinnier, and hell...it just isnt bale, or even the suit, for that matter. Maybe he's wearing hockey pads.

[i521.photobucket.com image 640x468]


I'm pretty sure I remember hearing him say that he does not wear hockey pads...
 
2012-05-01 05:39:00 PM  

T.rex: Warner Bros and Nolan didn't make Batman to express themselves creatively. They made it to make gobs of money.


god, how depressing. Why is Nolan not making a fourth Batman? It would make gobs of money. If Nolan had no interest in expressing himself creatively, these movies would suck. They're good because he is creative and he is expressing himself thusly.
 
2012-05-01 05:50:30 PM  

Bleyo: There's another shot of a man being dragged out from under a really fancy desk. I'm leaning towards the "Bane ravages Gotham and arrests all the rich people. Bruce Wayne is rounded up with the rest of the one-percenters and Gotham thinks Batman has abandoned them." I'm not sure JGL puts on the costume and gets his ass kicked. But, if he does, that would be a good incentive for Bruce to escape from prison and save the day.

... Or die trying.


Well, Batman already abandoned them in the sense that he retired after taking the fall for Dent.
 
2012-05-01 05:53:59 PM  
This movie looks like a piece of shiat, honestly. I can't believe the hype surrounding this. This is one summer flick that I won't regret skipping.
 
2012-05-01 06:02:46 PM  

TeddyRooseveltsMustache: This movie looks like a piece of shiat, honestly. I can't believe the hype surrounding this. This is one summer flick that I won't regret skipping.


Says the NBA fan.
 
2012-05-01 06:07:44 PM  
The trailer is aces. I especially like how the chants get transitioned into the Hans Zimmer score around the 1:50 mark.

That, and Bane is going to be eleventy different kinds of badass.

[shutupandtakemymoney.jpg]
 
2012-05-01 06:13:45 PM  

TeddyRooseveltsMustache: This movie looks like a piece of shiat, honestly. I can't believe the hype surrounding this. This is one summer flick that I won't regret skipping.


i0.kym-cdn.com
 
2012-05-01 06:40:58 PM  

TeddyRooseveltsMustache: This movie looks like a piece of shiat, honestly. I can't believe the hype surrounding this. This is one summer flick that I won't regret skipping.


"Sometimes, Clyde, I just think you're not too tightly wrapped."
mimg.ugo.com
 
2012-05-01 06:54:08 PM  

Crewmannumber6: Christopher Nolan makes good movies.


30.media.tumblr.com
 
2012-05-01 07:16:00 PM  
 
2012-05-01 07:19:40 PM  

alwaysjaded:
I wonder how many people were like me when Begins was released. The last two Batman movies were so awful that when Begins was released, I had no interest in seeing it (don't even recall ever seeing a preview). Then about a year later, I was at a party and I mentioned that I had never seen BB and it was like I had sucked all the air out of the room. Everyone in the room was just "rent it. NOW!! You won't regret it." Watched it a few days later and was blown away. I remember reading somewhere that Begins started earning really slow then gained momentum.

/ Boring story, bro


Nah, good story bro... my dad still won't watch it for that very reason (and of course, his inability to enjoy the idea of a comic book since he's now an "adult).

I expected suckage until I saw the final theatrical trailer. My gf (now fiancee') was with me. She is NOT a comic book fan. The trailer played, and before the next one began, we turned to each other and both said that this is about as good a Batman film as can probably be made, based on what we'd seen. Managed to get there the second week after opening and within 5 minutes we knew we made the right choice.

/she's now pushing to see "Avengers" on opening night
//same with "DKR"
 
2012-05-01 07:33:09 PM  
I was born in the mid 50's and bought the #1 batman comic book.
Got hooked.
For all you haters.
Fark off.
/fap
//wait until they rape your precious teletubby child hood.
///or veggietales or what evar.

Where's robin?
 
2012-05-01 07:44:09 PM  
i521.photobucket.com

Anyone else see pedobear? The lights are the eyes, Batman's face is the nose. Stand back a few feet and look.
 
2012-05-01 09:01:33 PM  

Liams_Soul: glaurunge: Liams_Soul: I have a sneaking suspicion that JGL will be in the bat costume, but not in the way most people seem to be thinking. Most seem to think that he will inherit the mantle from Bruce Wayne. While that may be possible, I am beginning to suspect something else.

As the film opens, Batman has been out of action for a number of years. Bane shows up and begins trashing Gotham. He sets his sights on Bruce Wayne in particular because of his ties to Talia. He know who Bruce Wayne is. Bruce is taken by surprise and beaten senseless. He can't be Batman again right away.

JGL somehow gets a hold of the bat suit and tries to take Bane down. He dies in the process but buys Bruce enough time to recover and suit up to take on Bane.

Not really sure what Catwoman's role is in all of this.

All of this is just speculation on my part. I have no evidence to back any of this up.

Is it just me or does that one clip of JGL lok like he's holding his hands up as if held at gun point? Then he suddenly closes his eyes as if he's about to be shot.

It certainly does look that way. Taken out of context though, it is impossible to tell what happens to him. I suspect he won't live through the film though.


I think you're on to something. Seems pretty clear a Batman gets whupped(maybe worse) in what looks like the Batcave, stands to reason it could be someone other than Bruce Wayne.

I'm wondering about the timeline and whether Nolan's more realistic Batman isn't as tough, though. TDK takes place, what? a year after Batman Begins? So he's been operating as Batman for a year. And not taking on purse snatchers and burglers, he's going full Punisher/Mack Bolan anti-mafia mode. Then he runs across the Joker and all hell breaks loose. Flash forward. According to what I've read, this one takes place eight years after TDK and at first, I thought Batman was just still operating and rogue, no more cooperation from the cops. But no, apparently he up and quit after the scene with Two Face. Entertainment Weekly even describes him as "still recovering physically and mentally", I think he even has a cane. After eight years? He's still that messed up? Seems not very I'm the goddamn Batman! to me.
 
2012-05-01 09:07:51 PM  

AdolfOliverPanties: Anyone else see pedobear? The lights are the eyes, Batman's face is the nose. Stand back a few feet and look.


You BASTARD!

/cannot unsee
 
2012-05-01 09:08:40 PM  
My nipples could cut glass right now.
 
2012-05-01 09:33:48 PM  

ActionJoe: 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)


Nolan admitted that the "reverse parachute extraction" from the second movie was a fabrication. The CIA had looked into doing it decades ago, but they couldn't come up with a way to accelerate someone from 0 to the speed of a jet in flight without killing them, so they shelved it. Nolan like it so much he just ignored the basic physics, which is something you can get away with in movies.
 
2012-05-01 09:38:46 PM  
On the plus side, you can understand Bane now. On the downside, he sounds like a giddy English schoolgirl.
 
2012-05-01 09:49:22 PM  

Dwight_Yeast: ActionJoe: 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)

Nolan admitted that the "reverse parachute extraction" from the second movie was a fabrication. The CIA had looked into doing it decades ago, but they couldn't come up with a way to accelerate someone from 0 to the speed of a jet in flight without killing them, so they shelved it. Nolan like it so much he just ignored the basic physics, which is something you can get away with in movies.


Link

Not a fabrication. It works. Risky - one person died - but it works.
 
2012-05-01 09:51:19 PM  

Dwight_Yeast: ActionJoe: 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)

Nolan admitted that the "reverse parachute extraction" from the second movie was a fabrication. The CIA had looked into doing it decades ago, but they couldn't come up with a way to accelerate someone from 0 to the speed of a jet in flight without killing them, so they shelved it. Nolan like it so much he just ignored the basic physics, which is something you can get away with in movies.


The CIA has, in fact, picked people up using a similar method, though it's admittedly not as extreme.

Link
 
2012-05-01 09:51:35 PM  

Dwight_Yeast: ActionJoe: 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)

Nolan admitted that the "reverse parachute extraction" from the second movie was a fabrication. The CIA had looked into doing it decades ago, but they couldn't come up with a way to accelerate someone from 0 to the speed of a jet in flight without killing them, so they shelved it. Nolan like it so much he just ignored the basic physics, which is something you can get away with in movies.


No one said that everything in the movies can be verified by mythbusters, just that there's nothing supernatural in them so far,
 
2012-05-01 09:55:35 PM  

Samwise Gamgee: Dwight_Yeast: ActionJoe: 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)

Nolan admitted that the "reverse parachute extraction" from the second movie was a fabrication. The CIA had looked into doing it decades ago, but they couldn't come up with a way to accelerate someone from 0 to the speed of a jet in flight without killing them, so they shelved it. Nolan like it so much he just ignored the basic physics, which is something you can get away with in movies.

Link

Not a fabrication. It works. Risky - one person died - but it works.


You know, it's one of those things that actually sound more dangerous after you've read a description of how it works.
 
2012-05-01 09:58:59 PM  

Mugato: No one said that everything in the movies can be verified by mythbusters, just that there's nothing supernatural in them so far,


Uh, what I was trying to highlight is that Nolan knows exactly how close to the line of suspension of disbelief he can walk in his films, which I think is pretty cool.

And this is Fark: I'm sure there have been plenty of people here complaining that certain stunts in the last two Batman films didn't work because they couldn't be safely recreated in the "real" world.
 
2012-05-01 11:09:39 PM  

Mugato: I like how the player is still carrying the football as the field gets sucked down into the earth behind him. That's dedication to the game.


Hines is a good player.
 
2012-05-01 11:40:59 PM  
this is FARK and no one has mentioned that suspension bridges don't stay up if you catastrophically remove part of the center span?

/I Am Legend got confused about this, too
 
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