If you haven’t already figured out, this site is focused on explaining why the movie “The Dark Knight” (2008) sucks. Part of the reason for putting this site together was to counter the seemingly unquestionable hype surrounding the movie. The viral marketing campaigns, the massive buildup, the fanboys… all leading so many movie-goers to pause [...]
How awesome would it be to see Superman and Batman in the same movie together?
Well guess what? Unless the franchise is taken out of Chris Nolan’s hands, it will never happen.
You see, that’s because in the “trying to be super-real” Nolan world of Batman, everything has to be believable as being possible within reality. Now, [...]
At times when Lieutenant Gordon, played by Gary Oldman, was talking, he could barely be heard due to being drowned out by the music score. Music in movies at times can be great, especially when it enhances the story-telling and helps drive an emotion home. There are instances in TDK where the score is so overwhelming [...]
In “Batman Begins”, Christian Bale is shown to be skillful and powerful enough to hold his own against multiple dangerous opponents, including skilled ninja-types. Although the fight scenes could have been more clear in BB, they were still engaging and entertaining. So how come in “The Dark Knight” all it takes to bring Batman down [...]
Clearly the goal of the movie was to be realistic and therefore have storylines and themes that could be plausible in reality. Nevermind that it’s a movie based on a comic book character and doesn’t need to qualify itself that way to be entertaining, it’s clear that’s what the intention is and if that’s the [...]
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