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2012-09-03 06:09:19 PM
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Captain Steroid: HA! Suck it, Spider-Man! XD


Spider-Man sucked. I saw it on a plane a while back and walked out.
2012-09-03 11:16:59 AM
2 votes:
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Hah, beat that Walt!
2012-09-03 08:25:34 PM
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T.rex: For me, it was way better than Dark Knight, which I actually think is the 3rd best of the Nolan trilogy. Heath Ledger was the only thing good about it. The TDKR, i feel, is Nolan's best film.


I think the story is overall more interesting, but to me it had some flaws:

1) There was some narrative issues - the John Blake "I know it's you!" scene in Act I was the big one for me. Also, the montage was too quick for Bruce's retrain in The Pit, they sold it short. The story just wasn't as taught as TDK, though I don't think there was much fluff.
2) There is no obvious theme. BB: Fear. TDK: Chaos. TDKR: Death? Fear of Death? Rebirth? Rise?
2012-09-03 03:43:38 PM
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rocky_howard: Darth_Lukecash: My only complaint was showing Batman in the cockpit, right before the explosion. Had they just omitted that then it would have been reasonable to think that he ejected way before the explosion.

Superman saved him. At the end of Man of Steel, there's gonna be a scene after the credits. Superman is going to be in a mortal situation, Kryptonite maybe, and someone is going to save him. A shadow figure. A voice that says "We're even."

That's how the DCMovie Universe starts


Shouldn't Superman have tried to save Gotham from the terrorists instead of just saving Batman at the end? I know he's a dick and all, but still.
2012-09-03 02:53:42 PM
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Darth_Lukecash: My only complaint was showing Batman in the cockpit, right before the explosion. Had they just omitted that then it would have been reasonable to think that he ejected way before the explosion.


Superman saved him. At the end of Man of Steel, there's gonna be a scene after the credits. Superman is going to be in a mortal situation, Kryptonite maybe, and someone is going to save him. A shadow figure. A voice that says "We're even."

That's how the DCMovie Universe starts
2012-09-03 10:20:29 AM
1 votes:
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