Did anyone feel each Batman film was totally different to the oth

#1 Posted by comicdude23 (11331 posts) - - Show Bio

I rewatched them all and each one was totally different to it's predecessor. Batman Begins = True superhero film. But also very dark, main theme was fear. But the film was Batman vs Ninja's The Dark Knight = Crime thriller. Has no resemblance to Batman Begins, this is Joker double crossing the mob and taking Batman and Harvey Dent to their limits. The Dark Knight Rises = War movie. With a mix of Batman Begins and The Dark Knight. Each felt like a new fresh film. This may sound stupid but each film IMO can't be compared, it's all down to taste. IMO it's TDK > TDKR > BB.

#2 Posted by Deranged Midget (17968 posts) - - Show Bio

So what I'm understanding here is that you have a massive hard-on from the Nolan films.

Alrighty then.

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#3 Posted by comicdude23 (11331 posts) - - Show Bio

F-ck you.

#4 Posted by johnkmccubbin91 (3487 posts) - - Show Bio

@comicdude23: You do seem to like them very much

#5 Posted by comicdude23 (11331 posts) - - Show Bio

Of course.

#6 Posted by cyberninja (10383 posts) - - Show Bio
@Deranged Midget said:

So what I'm understanding here is that you have a massive hard-on from the Nolan films.

Alrighty then.

LOL
#7 Posted by TheGoldenOne (38789 posts) - - Show Bio
@Deranged Midget said:

So what I'm understanding here is that you have a massive hard-on from the Nolan films.

Alrighty then.

lol.
#8 Posted by Deranged Midget (17968 posts) - - Show Bio

@comicdude23: I meant that in no disrespect mate, it's only akin to the dozen or so threads you've made since the release of TDKR in dedication to Nolan's films.

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#9 Posted by comicdude23 (11331 posts) - - Show Bio

@Deranged Midget: Yeah well if you say I get a hard on then it's obviously disrespectful.

#10 Posted by AweSam (7376 posts) - - Show Bio

I get a hard on just by thinking about TDKR.

#11 Posted by Dark_Vengeance_ (15127 posts) - - Show Bio

@AweSam: me too

#12 Posted by sinestro_GL (3322 posts) - - Show Bio

You missed 5 films in your discussion...

#13 Posted by comicdude23 (11331 posts) - - Show Bio

Just want to bump this. Doesn't anyone else see it? I bought the 3 disc collection and damn. TDKR felt NOTHING like its predecessor, at all. Complete different feel to it, with TDK circling more organised crime, and TDKR having Gotham held hostage just added to the unrealistic feel of it. I mean they're both unrealistic but TDKR makes TDK look realistic, I mean Bruce Wayne trapped in a pit, Gotham held hostage, a bomb that the Military can't even handle? I mean come on. BB however has the best version of Gotham, and truly it's Gotham does feel traditional. Watching it all again does bring up previous thoughts

#14 Posted by Yung ANcient One (4899 posts) - - Show Bio
Me and my brother rented the 1st two films, and then watched RISES on theater. I agree me and my brother talked about this. Yes they are almost 3 different movies. Different vibe. I watched them on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. I know, and I agree.  (+)  
#15 Posted by DeathpooltheT1000 (12529 posts) - - Show Bio

Well people just overlook that Nolan Trilogy is a Classic Trilogy, i mean, if you watch Begins you dont need to watch TDK or TDKR.

The same could be said about the other 3 movies, all the questions the make in every movie finds an answer and in no way there is a need to watch the other movies.

Pretty much like Star Wars, not like Marvels films where you need to keep watching them too follow their logic or Twilight or Harry Potter.

#16 Posted by Skewer (325 posts) - - Show Bio

You're right on the money! I watched the DVD extras and it was done that way so that you get a unique experience when you watch those films, the problem most sequels and trilogies have is that they feel like a repeat of the previous movie with a poorer premise.

#17 Posted by comicdude23 (11331 posts) - - Show Bio

Glad to see people agree. I liked that they were different but at times it annoyed me, as I couldn't feel a strong sense of continuity but nevertheless it was a good idea. I still preferred TDK's crime-drama tone tho.

@Skewer said:

You're right on the money! I watched the DVD extras and it was done that way so that you get a unique experience when you watch those films, the problem most sequels and trilogies have is that they feel like a repeat of the previous movie with a poorer premise.

TDKR extras?

#18 Edited by FatihBATMAN (1389 posts) - - Show Bio

@Deranged Midget said:

So what I'm understanding here is that you have a massive hard-on from the Nolan films.

Alrighty then.

<3

me2 <3

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