If it's crap ... We'll tell you
THIS IS NOW A SPOILER ZONE!
With music to cool us off if things get out of hand.
Alrighty then... Let's get all this shit out of the way.
Will Batman die? No.
Will Batman get his back broke? No. But Commissioner Gordon will.
Who is Marion Cotillard? Not sure on this one. Talia would be almost too perfect.
Who is John Blake? Heir to Gordon.
Yup. I agree with all that. Although they're certainly laying the "Batman is going to die" vibe on thick.
Even the soundtrack they released, which you can listen to snippets of here, the last song called Rise ends with the exact same piece of music that played in Batman Begins when Bruce's parents go killed. Of course that could mean anything, but it doesn't seem like the most upbeat piece of orchestration to end the show on. Ha ha. ;-)
Again, I actually don't think he'll die, and the biggest indicator of that to me is that Bale said he'd come back if Nolan did, which to me would mean, if Batman does die, it would have to be one of those deaths where you weren't sure if he actually died or not, and I just don't see them ending something this big on that obscure a note. I think it will be definitive, and Batman will live, but SOMEONE is gonna kick the bucket.
I don't know if it was legit or not, but anyone remember the ''leaked'' script someone posted on Spill a while back ago? If anyone bothered reading it, Levitt's character gets shot in the face almost immediately into the movie.
Take this with a grain of salt. Don't know how accurate this is or where the script came from so judge it accordingly.
I stay away from scrips that flat out just tell you what's going to happen. Takes all the fun out of speculating. :-)
If that is the case though, kind of makes you wonder why he's so prominent in all the promotion for the film. If he's barely in it, you wouldn't think him getting killed would really have that much of an impact on the audience. I can see them saying it's a big deal to Bruce in the story, but honestly, how much would I as a viewer watching the 3rd installment in a trilogy care about some new character they just introduced getting offed right away? I'd just be like, "Okay, so turn into Batman and kick someones ass already." Which would be a waist of a death.
We'll see though. Who really knows but Nolan and crew at this point?
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For some strange reason I'm not at all hyped for the film. I'll definitely go see it, but I keep forgetting just how close it is to release. Probably for the best.
Speaking of movies excited to see, Singing In the Rain's 65th anniversary showing on July 12th in the States. Don't know how many people giddy to see it, but I am! Check your local listings, folks!
It's probably the fault of the sour pusses you end up talking to that ruined the second one for you, which in turn, transferred over onto the third one.
Yup. These movies have become some kind of Geek sounding point for people to either heap unending praise on or hatred towards, and the CONSTANT stream of it can get taxing, in either direction. That's why I just try to avoid most of it so I can just enjoy them for what they are rather than through the prism of every jerk off who never shuts up about them on the internet.
I'm ashamed to admit that other then this title sequence, I've never seen any other part of the film.
I do however REALLY like this version. Viddie well Brothers... Viddie well.. ;-)
If this movie is as good or better than TDK. This could be one of the few perfect trilogies.
What Great Trilogy comes to your mind? (Lord Of The Rings and Toy Story?)
Which Perfect Movie Trilogy you will love to see being done? (The Avengers and Superman(2013))
I hope that TDKR doesn't end like "V For Vendetta".
You know like: "Every Gotham citizen becoming a vigilante.".