I think one of the main reason Nolan wanted to highlight JGL and the other cops of Gotham was so he could show the viewers the transformation of Gotham.
They no longer feared criminals like they did in TDK and it showed that Gotham no longer needed Batman because good people were willing to stand up for themselves now.
- Hall of Fame Safety Rod Woodson on Dan Marino playing in today's NFL:
"...the best quarterback I believe is Dan Marino..."
"If he played with these rules, he'd throw for 100,000 yards."
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I liked rises because it didn't try and be the dark knight or begins, it mixed the two to make it's own UNIQUE movie again. I like robin being in the end, it leaves you to wonder, will he become batman? will he become just robin? and will they spin this off to the big screen. I'd like robin to be the acting batman in the justice league movie, just so we have a fresh face as the caped crusader.
Piece of ****, I thought. One of the worst in the entire series. Not quite as bad as Batman and Robin but right around in Batman Returns territory. I mean, if you weren't giggling every time Bane said something then I don't want to know you.
The praise this movie got reminds me of the similar hosannas about Avatar.
Finally saw TDKR over the weekend. I didn't like it as much as TDK which I thought is the best movie in the series. I agree with others about the JGL character. Guy suddenly is similiar to Bruce Wayne and they make it seem like he would be the next Batman (at least that's how I took the ending)?
I liked Bane. He was a pretty rad character. I'd also do both Anne Hathaway in that suit and Marion Cotillard on that rug. Nice tail.
I liked the music the most in TDK. It was very ominous throughout the movie and I think it catered to it better. It's a horrendous shame Ledger passed away b/c it would've been really interesting seeing if the Joker would've been in this last movie instead of not being mentioned at all.
Thought it was perfect start to finish