Problems with Nolan's Batman
I don't want to insult the epic trilogy. How could i even do that? But there are some illogical things about the movie I'd like to bring up.
Among the most central things in Batman's story is that he becomes Batman out of his parents 'death the revenge desire he gets makes him into a superhero but thats not what happens in Nolan's Batman, on the contrary, it is a villain who leads him to the path not his parents' death. Rahs Al Ghul makes him into Batman.
And the villains are generally very central in Nolan's Batman, the fact is that its basically the leaders of the films. (How is that for morale) He consciously makes the villains inspiring. Whaat the Joker says are things that Nolan wants to get out there. He is partly responsible for the script. It was not adapted for the Joker. Joker was adapted for the screenplay. Heath Ledger did not even look like the Joker, he did not get an Oscar because he was a good joker he got it because he did a good Heath Ledger role.
The film was not a Batman movie it was a Nolan movie. He was not trying to please fans of Dc Comics like Marvel did when they brought in comic relics Thor as Easter eggs he adapted the film to his own pleasure. And it is on his conscience that he inspired the crime by his films.
Its the essence of a hero that he will do things others dont. And things others are not capable of using that with a bigger responsibility. so how is it that Bruce Wayne is a guy that must have help in everything. He gets help from everyone. Even the ones evil. Those who are not supposed to help him but crush him are actually being helpful to him. Those who should be extra difficult to hurt like his archenemy the Joker dont even want to kill him.
You cant climb a mountain and expect that a secret ninja organization will teach one to fight as a champion. One can not expect to put on a costume and suddenly people wont laugh at you but respect you and one can not expect to get help from others in just every single corner. For every problem, there is someone who tells Bruce what to do.
He wants to be a hero and just "happens" to find a shut down military project in his basement giving him just what he needs.
One can not expect to put on makeup like a [frick]ing clown and think that people will be scared and think its war-paint. You can not behave sociopathic or talk big and think you can dominate the police or get a lot of respect and attention, they could have just washed away the Jokers makeup with a water hose, put a guard outside the room or ignored him. The pressure of the police when you are sitting in a jail is enormous.
At the end of DKR Batman says like a spoiled idiot that makes it personal "do you think you are the only one who can learn the strenhgt to escape" (or something like that). Sure, if we also ignore the illogical having to learn a mental strength to make a jump, again Nolan fails to communicate with the audience one must instead get extra involved in his painting instead.
But please someone, if it had actually happened in some odd scenario (they told you it would seem realistic, so I am using that template)
So how is it that he just happens to end up right next to a doctor and another guy that once again HELPS him all the way and tells him everything. He's not a [frick]ing superhero he is just a nerd getting what he wants, and the film does not even take itself seriously at the end he simply just does what the bad guy tells him to do and even copies the bad guy.
Of course its the is the bad guys you should emulate ....
4th Action? You think that after a boxing movie, it should at least be some kind of decent action in a movie based on a series where enormous fights occur. It is a basic, but it looks almost embarrassing sometimes when they fight, as if the whole thing is so damn rigged. So classic. First, the hero fails roughly against his opponent only to come back more determined and then miraculously better and winning. Now if Bane can beat back the mask on batman why even take a gun and shoot him and he should hear Catwoman's motorcycle coming. Everything is so rearranged and one of the most rigged things is that Batman does not a single [frick]ing time deserves the fame he gets.
In the second film he meets the Joker two times and then you should act as if they have become arch-enemies. He puts on his mask and expect that people will not even laugh at him in it.
In the third film, its supposed to be assumed that he even received a reputation since the police says "your in for a show tonight son." When he he has barely shown anything anything, it comes as a surprise how notorious he is how much attention he gets and you will sit there and think in the saloon "Well that's an epic film so that lie might I aswell swallow?"
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