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Offline Callie Del Noire

Re: The Dark Knight Rises
« Reply #25 on: February 06, 2011, 03:24:01 PM »
Clayface would actually be a good one to bring in, what with the advances in computer tech.

I agree.. given the thing with the t1000 way back when but.. the backstory/setting doesn't have the phantastical in it. I'd LOVE to see Neesom come back courtesy of the old Lazurus Pits.

Offline Novak

Re: The Dark Knight Rises
« Reply #26 on: February 06, 2011, 03:38:52 PM »
Yeah, he's apparently got a knack for picking folks. I liked the idea of Oldman as Gordan, and Cain as Alfred. My biggest regrets are no Ledger for more Joker appearances and the fact that they killed off Two-Face.

I don't see some of the more 'fantastical' bad guys fitting into Nolan's batman. IE.. No Killer Croc, or Clayface. I'd LOVE to see how the movie will continue.

I agree with leaving out the more fantastical bad guys out like killer croc and Clayface.  I mean you can always tone them done like I am guessing is the plan with Bane.

I don't mind that they killed off Two Face.  It worked with the idea of putting batman on the run.  Had he killed Joker he would have been more of a hero.

My hopes to tie everything together is Talia Al Gul, or the return of Liam Neeson via lazarus pits.  But that pushes the reality that Nolan seems to be trying to keep.


Clayface would actually be a good one to bring in, what with the advances in computer tech. 

This is a valid point from technology aspects but leaves the sense of realism that Nolan has been trying to keep in this series of Batman films.

I agree.. given the thing with the t1000 way back when but.. the backstory/setting doesn't have the phantastical in it. I'd LOVE to see Neesom come back courtesy of the old Lazurus Pits.


I was just thinking the same thing.  Just wondering if that's a little to unrealistic for Nolan's universe.

Offline Shjade

Re: The Dark Knight Rises
« Reply #27 on: February 06, 2011, 05:09:58 PM »
I dunno, resurrection seems at least as realistic as Batman's voice was in the last one... *rimshot*

Offline Envious

Re: The Dark Knight Rises
« Reply #28 on: February 07, 2011, 12:51:28 PM »
I'm sorry.. the last movie just set so damn high a bar, I don't see how ANY movie can follow it. The chemistry between the Joker/Batman is.. hard to do. I mean ..damn.. that is one movie I'd HATE to follow.

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