07-23-2012, 12:18 AM
I loved the movie and I enjoyed it more than TDK to be honest. It wasnt the Joker movie, it was a movie that focused on Batman that had great performances by everyone involved. The plot was interesting and well thought out. It even had refrences and themes from actual stories in comic bools as well. NOlan even managed to get a GREAT performance out of Anne Hathaway, which is a feat.
07-23-2012, 01:48 AM
It was pretty good movie, but it still wasn't better than TDK. Bane was an amazing villain in the movie, and Anne Hathaway did a great job as Catwoman.
07-25-2012, 10:54 AM
Bane dying so easily? So what? Not every death has to be epic or some spectacle. He had his time, and he wasn't going down, so his death is fine. I hate that people think that people have to die in such big, epic ways. No; they don't. Do you see people in real life - heroes, like military, for instance - dying like that? No; death is death. And this is a movie that I feel doesn't need something so over the top. Hell, I figured Bruce was dying from the stab; I wouldn't have been surprised.
Blake's name being Robin is supposed to just be a nod, I guess, not saying that he will be Robin if someone would make more movies (Nolan did say he likes working with Levitt), but just a shoutout to make people happy, like how Bane's breaking Batman's back was ripped right from the comics, pretty much word for word (or scene-for-scene, I'm not sure which). If anything, I'm sure Blake would either be the new Batman, or he'd become Nightwing (add some blue to the existing suit, abandon the cowl, since it's shaped to Bruce's head, I would assume, since it is for the actor). I doubt he'd become Robin; the suit is already there for him, after all.
07-25-2012, 05:57 PM
Also loved it. And I agree about Bane's death. I saw blake being robin coming and also predicted the ending (of alfred seeing a merried bruce in a venice cafe) once he picked up the bomb. But i did not at all see Miranda being Talia, i was quite impressed with that twist. I was also really impressed with Selina's character. When I first heard Catwoman would be in the film, i was really dissapointed on the account that she's been really overdone but i was really surprised. She was by far the best catwoman, they took the best parts of her character and made her really strong, I was rooting for her and bruce to get together throughout the film. Really enjoyed the references to the past films and appearances of past characters. Overall it was a great conclusion and i really loved it, certainly not as good as the Dark Knight, but i knew it wouldnt be and i dont at all agree wth people saying they tried to hard to make it as good, i think they completely accepted what it was - as a conclusion with references and themes from the past two films.
08-25-2012, 02:01 AM
I finally saw this movie today.
For the most part, the movie was great but felt slow at times. There were several concepts in the story that was predictable. I loved the casting for Joseph and Anne for their parts. I have been pleased with the existing cast from the first two movies, including Morgan Freeman and Michael Caine.
The final scene was beyond EPIC. I have to admit that this was one of the finest endings that I have ever seen.
08-25-2012, 03:59 AM
saw the movie yesterday. I hated it. The most awful batman ever for me. I give it a 5/10. I am glad we won't see Bale ever again as Batman...
08-25-2012, 04:06 AM
What did you not like about the movie?
Was it the pacing, or the overall story?
08-25-2012, 04:22 AM
- not enough Batman in the movie
- Bale's voice as Batman was ridicilous
- didn't like that flying vehicle batman had. Where is the awesome Batfly we saw Batman (1989)?
- Ann Hathaway was nice as Catwoman but we didn't have enough of her either and her suit sucked.
- Too much of Bane. Way too much. The way he died too wasn't something. I didn't like him as main villain of the movie and didn't care how it was connected to the first movie. Too bad Hethe is dead. A movie with Jocker would rule
- Once again like in the first movie I wasn't feeling like watching a batman movie
- I didn't like how Robin was handle in this trilogy
- The scene Bane braking Bruce's back and then how easily he escaped was fail. This whole story tired me
- A couple of times I caught myself seeing how much time remaining for the movie to finish. I was bored
- Overall I never liked Bale as Batman in any of the movies and I think these movies are way overrated apart from the second one with Hethe playing the role of his life
The only thing I liked in this movie is that the finale can work great for a Nightwing movie. Maybe I just deslike Miller's Batman, I don't know. In none of these 3 movies I was satisfied with Batman to say how awesome is this hero
Last edited by Ryan Steele; 08-25-2012 at 04:24 AM.
08-25-2012, 04:50 AM
It's true it felt like Batman was only in the movie for 20 minutes. Also I didn't like how they handle Alfred. Plus I could tell Talia character from the beginning. Overall as a whole it was nice to end a trilogy. But that climb up from the Pit was terrifying. Hopefully DC can hurry up with a Justice League movie.
08-25-2012, 08:30 AM
Unfortunately the Justice League movie means that we'll get another Batman reboot, which is going to be sad.