scottydoesntknow: How Does Bruce Wayne Get Back to Gotham With No Resources?He's the f***ing Batman. Seriously, if any fictional character could pull this one off, it's the f***ing Batman. Stop whining.Ok, this one made me laugh.
slayer199: scottydoesntknow: How Does Bruce Wayne Get Back to Gotham With No Resources?He's the f***ing Batman. Seriously, if any fictional character could pull this one off, it's the f***ing Batman. Stop whining.Ok, this one made me laugh.My girlfriend and I discussed this at length (as well as some of the others). The dude lived off the grid for 7 years in his youth. If anything, Bruce Wayne is resourceful. He was broke...but he really wasn't broke. He was also very rich. What do the very rich like to do with their money? Put it in offshore accounts. It's more than likely that he had stashed millions in offshore accounts only known to him (which also explains the ending in more ways than one).As for boning Miranda Tate...hell yes he would have. I don't know how anyone could say he wouldn't have. He was broke, alone, and isolated....he probably would have boned someone a lot less hot and rich if they were available.As for the stock exchange business. That would eventually be overturned but by the time order was restored to Gotham, Bruce Wayne was dead.
God Is My Co-Pirate: Very minor quibble: I enjoyed Bane's rousing anarchist speech while he's arranging to break the prison open. The speech rises to a dramatic crescendo, with all the prisoners shouting and cheering and drumming...and then I realized Bane is actually just standing outside by himself, monologuing in front of a half-dozen terrified, silent journalists.(Why didn't the prison guards turn off the tvs? I can't imagine that most prisoners, no matter how violent, would be all too happy about being released from jail only to be trapped in the city where, presumably, some of them have their own families and friends.)Props to the actor playing Bane, though. It can't be easy to convey that much emotion with half your face covered.
Solon Isonomia: The one continuity error that bothered me was the motorcycle chase. Starts off in the middle of the day and ends in the dead of night despite the program needing only minutes, not hours, to be complete.
Mark Ratner: Bruce Wayne was broke because he lost his job and had to stay at home with the kids, while his wife pursued her advertising career. He realized he could be Batman when he resisted the temptation to fukzizzle that one really hot neighborhood milf and threw his son's beloved "wooby" in the fire.
Curt Blizzah: For an ingenious scientist, Batman got fooled easily/repeatedly in the new flick.
Digitalstrange: My explanation for why the Wayne Enterprises board didn't question the legitimacy of the stupid trading by Bruce Wayne even though it happened under suspicious circumstances.There were 2 catagories of people on the board:1 People on the take from Daggett/Bane2 People who knew Bruce as the spoiled trust fund baby who fell asleep in meetings with the Chinese mobster that he wanted to get in bed with until the guy was arrested for being involved with every organized crime group in Gotham and then shuttered an alternative energy project he sunk the entire companys assets into when rumors say it was close to working.3 people who saw which way the wind was blowing1) Your normal boardmembers who would do anything to make a profit and get more money for themselves2) Wayne loyalists- and I think Lucius Fox was pretty much it for category 2
doglover: Fusion doesn't explode. Hydrogen bombs only explode because a fission bomb is used first to make the hydrogen detonate in a very big and uncontrolled fusion reaction that ends fairly quickly but is epic in scale.A fusion reactor would have so little material inside that even if we all farked off and just let that shiat blow up, it probably wouldn't even damage the reactor itself. Especially considering that it's really hard to make things keep fusing. Atoms don't spontaneously do that without stellar amounts of gravity.So the whole premise of "We've got a nuke." is silly. Even if you could make it thus, it wouldn't work like that. At best, it would be anchored to the reactor at all times.
Owangotang: It's a comic book movie. None of it was suspension of disbelief breaking.
susansto-helit: I won't get into my own personal wish list for bad guys I'd have liked to see Nolan take on, but the League of Shadows has always been a bit of a bore to me.
Britney Spear's Speculum: They didn't really address what happened to Joker. And yes, I know they couldn't very well have a flashback to a scene where batman or someone offs The Joker for the obvious reason.
Britney Spear's Speculum: They didn't really address what happened to Joker
The All-Powerful Atheismo: susansto-helit: I won't get into my own personal wish list for bad guys I'd have liked to see Nolan take on, but the League of Shadows has always been a bit of a bore to me.It's Calendar Man. Admit it.
Mugato: Curt Blizzah: For an ingenious scientist, Batman got fooled easily/repeatedly in the new flick.Batman's never been a scientist in any of the movies. Burton's 1989 film came closest when he figured out the combination of chemicals The Joker poisoned. He was never much of a detective either. That thing with the bullet in TDK made no sense at all. I guess being a ninja is more cinematic than all that thinking stuff.
Bonanza Jellybean: My issue: If you were gonna blow up Gotham anyway, why not trigger it as soon as you see the flaming bat emblem? Why wait until Batman is already within arm's-length of farking up your plans? Obviously, it was written this way to build up to the (ooh, ah) Talia reveal (an utter cop-out), but come on.
cameroncrazy1984: Owangotang: It's a comic book movie. None of it was suspension of disbelief breaking.I disagree. It's a comic book movie trying to be a realistic movie. There's nothing that screams "realism" like a rich guy who dresses up as a bat
MooseMuffin: Author missed a biggie for me. Why'd Bane put his big bomb on a timer for 3 months when he had an instant detonator and his end goal was to blow everyone up? To torture the people for a while? From the looks of the police deputy, people were content just lying low in their homes.
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