Re: Can Batman escape the "Third Act Curse"?
I get what you're saying, I originally was not talking to you...until you quoted me. My whole thing is towards those who say Returns is not a Batman film, and there have been those who say that. Otherwise I agree there is a difference between the feel and atmosphere, that is indisputable.
Oh and the example makes sense if you are familiar with McKean. Same for the Nosferatu example if you have read it.
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