Originally Posted by El Payaso
Comics fan or not, he knows something few directors know: how to take a character from one source to a different medium.
I could so argue against that. While they are entertaining films and great stories as well, few people realize that Nolan is not really taking too many things from source material. A few things from Killing Joke or Batman annual #14 or MAN WHO FALLS or otherwise are only starting points. He is adapting general conceptions about characters for his own agenda.
Hate to beat a dead horse, but stylistically Batman 89 was a better Batman film.
Am I the only one who thinks Nolan was a bit cerebral in his approach to TDK?
Batman Begins tops TDK by a mile because the film was juggling too many things. There were about 20 minutes I would have cut from the film