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(Daily Mail)   There are home theaters, and then there is Bruce Wayne's batcave home theater   (dailymail.co.uk) divider line 32
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2012-08-03 03:46:00 PM
That's kind of creepy.
 
2012-08-03 04:25:39 PM
Holy waste of money Batman!
 
2012-08-03 05:09:43 PM
Instead of creating something original, let's just copy some shiat from a movie. GREAT!
 
2012-08-03 07:32:04 PM
Aside from it being a colossal waste of cash and a cave of perpetual virginity, let me say...It's pretty farkin' awesome.
 
2012-08-03 07:32:20 PM
What the hell is a 180 degree screen?
 
2012-08-03 07:33:43 PM
You can tell some people are just jealous. That is AWESOME.


/Wonders what the emergency exit door security is like
 
2012-08-03 07:34:17 PM
A super fan known only as 'W.B. Marketingdepartment'. Ooooh mysterious.
 
2012-08-03 07:48:30 PM

casual disregard: Instead of creating something original, let's just copy some shiat from a movie. GREAT!


I don't think that's exactly in the movie. He did an original adaptation. And Batman is more than "a movie", it's decades of stuff. Some comic book artists are making more Batman right now.
 
2012-08-03 07:53:02 PM
so he pirated a copy of the new film?
 
2012-08-03 07:57:14 PM

propasaurus: What the hell is a 180 degree screen?


Later it says 180 inch screen. The joys of unedited articles.

Meanwhile, the secret entrance sounds cool and all, but the "body scan" and "security clearance" part will get old after the first time when you just want to go watch a friggin movie.
 
2012-08-03 07:57:23 PM
If you are going to spend 2 mil on a batcave the secret exit better function and not be a prop. Otherwise that rocks!

/people posting about perpetual virginity are haters because they are jealous.
 
2012-08-03 07:57:53 PM

MayoSlather: Aside from it being a colossal waste of cash and a cave of perpetual virginity, let me say...It's pretty farkin' awesome.


Anybody with that kind of money to throw around is only a virgin if they want to be.
 
2012-08-03 07:58:28 PM
Not trying to evoke a meme here, but...that looks photoshopped.
 
2012-08-03 08:00:19 PM

Gig103: propasaurus: What the hell is a 180 degree screen?

Later it says 180 inch screen. The joys of unedited articles.


Wait, so Bruce Wayne's secret identify is not that of a crime-fighting hero?

FTA: "...the home of billionaire Bruce Wayne, whose secret identify is the crime-fighting hero."
 
2012-08-03 08:01:01 PM

lolcifer: Not trying to evoke a meme here, but...that looks photoshopped.


umm.. it says it is a CG version.. so yeah.. not that actual theater yet. lol... myself I would rather have the Star Trek version.. much more my style :)
 
2012-08-03 08:01:42 PM

IamSoSmart_S_M_R_T: FTA: "...the home of billionaire Bruce Wayne, whose secret identify is the crime-fighting hero."


They're British, I don't think they understand superheros. Besides, the byline is in all caps ("DAILY MAIL REPORTER") which screams "I can count to potato!"
 
2012-08-03 08:21:15 PM

Gig103: propasaurus: What the hell is a 180 degree screen?

Later it says 180 inch screen. The joys of unedited articles.

Meanwhile, the secret entrance sounds cool and all, but the "body scan" and "security clearance" part will get old after the first time when you just want to go watch a friggin movie.


Really... what kind of BS is that?

www.thegreenhead.com
 
2012-08-03 08:30:47 PM

Gig103: IamSoSmart_S_M_R_T: FTA: "...the home of billionaire Bruce Wayne, whose secret identify is the crime-fighting hero."

They're British, I don't think they understand superheros. Besides, the byline is in all caps ("DAILY MAIL REPORTER") which screams "I can count to potato!"


OK, now it's more British:
img842.imageshack.us
 
2012-08-03 08:34:46 PM

MayoSlather: Aside from it being a colossal waste of cash and a cave of perpetual virginity, let me say...It's pretty farkin' awesome.


There's no way a guy with that much disposable income is a virgin.
loldaddy.com
 
2012-08-03 09:12:45 PM

Nem Wan: casual disregard: Instead of creating something original, let's just copy some shiat from a movie. GREAT!

I don't think that's exactly in the movie. He did an original adaptation. And Batman is more than "a movie", it's decades of stuff. Some comic book artists are making more Batman right now.

 
2012-08-03 09:25:38 PM
Want so bad. If I had the money I would do something similar. Would love to have the fire house pole option of getting into the theatre myself/
 
2012-08-03 10:53:36 PM
Thanks to the article, I learned that Bruce Wayne's secret "identify" is the crime fighting hero. I never would have been able to ascertain that ever having seen anything that would interested me enough to check out the article in the first place.

Semi CSB:
I used to work at Star Trek The Experience in Las Vegas. They used to let us watch the Superbowl and the Academy Awards up on one of the two 1701-D bridges they built for the ride. It was pretty awesome sitting in the captain's chair when an actor in Klingon makeup would come out the turbolift (complete with automated sound) and ask "What's the score?"
 
2012-08-03 11:46:33 PM
Yea, I'm sorry but if I had that kind of money I would do something like that. I'd probably mix it up a bit and put more representations of my interests but that is cool as shiat.
 
2012-08-03 11:49:51 PM

alwaysjaded: Yea, I'm sorry but if I had that kind of money I would do something like that. I'd probably mix it up a bit and put more representations of my interests but that is cool as shiat.


I know that feel. If I were that kind of rich, I'd probably have at least one room in my house done up in the tech-gothic style of the Imperium from Warhammer 40k.
 
2012-08-04 12:04:58 AM

Teufelaffe: alwaysjaded: Yea, I'm sorry but if I had that kind of money I would do something like that. I'd probably mix it up a bit and put more representations of my interests but that is cool as shiat.

I know that feel. If I were that kind of rich, I'd probably have at least one room in my house done up in the tech-gothic style of the Imperium from Warhammer 40k.


Yea. If I was spending 2M on a geek shrine, I'd have to mix it up a bit. One theme seems a bit limiting. But I'll never have that kind of money anyway so hopefully I can at least do one room. *sigh*
 
2012-08-04 03:32:32 AM
I would have been more interested in Catwoman's cave.
 
2012-08-04 05:23:53 AM
I see all his friends showed up for the photo-shoot
 
2012-08-04 07:29:35 AM
YOU SEE? DO YOU UNDERSTAND NOW, PEOPLE? THIS. THIS IS WHY THE RICH NEED MORE TAX CUTS!

Why do you lie-berals hate expensive media rooms?
 
2012-08-04 10:25:31 AM

ThatBillmanGuy: Thanks to the article, I learned that Bruce Wayne's secret "identify" is the crime fighting hero. I never would have been able to ascertain that ever having seen anything that would interested me enough to check out the article in the first place.

Semi CSB:
I used to work at Star Trek The Experience in Las Vegas. They used to let us watch the Superbowl and the Academy Awards up on one of the two 1701-D bridges they built for the ride. It was pretty awesome sitting in the captain's chair when an actor in Klingon makeup would come out the turbolift (complete with automated sound) and ask "What's the score?"


that would have been fun, I went to the Star Trek the Experience in August of 2003 and in the course of 2 days I must have seen it about 8 times or so.. very fun, would have liked to have seen the borg one though. got my pic taken on the captains chair.. but to watch the Superbowl sitting in the chair would have been GLORIOUS.. lol
 
2012-08-04 12:07:04 PM
propasaurus: What the hell is a 180 degree screen?

Daily Fails name for a 180" projection HDTV...

I've always wanted to do one of a Trek Star Ship, with a sliding door to get in and the science stations turned into a science station themed bar area.

Total waste of money, but be great to hold movie nights for friends and relatives, and holiday parties.
 
2012-08-04 05:47:37 PM

ThatBillmanGuy: Semi CSB:
I used to work at Star Trek The Experience in Las Vegas. They used to let us watch the Superbowl and the Academy Awards up on one of the two 1701-D bridges they built for the ride. It was pretty awesome sitting in the captain's chair when an actor in Klingon makeup would come out the turbolift (complete with automated sound) and ask "What's the score?"


Awesome.
 
2012-08-04 05:54:53 PM

TyrantII: propasaurus: What the hell is a 180 degree screen?

Daily Fails name for a 180" projection HDTV...

I've always wanted to do one of a Trek Star Ship, with a sliding door to get in and the science stations turned into a science station themed bar area.

Total waste of money, but be great to hold movie nights for friends and relatives, and holiday parties.


What's the point of earning money if you can't do something completely retarded with it? Me, I'd go for a love cave; heart shaped bed and waterfalls and...basically Austin Powers.
/\/\ yeah I'm single, what about it?
 
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