Originally Posted by BATS N' HORNETS
The word "GROUNDED" has become popular to the Nolanites hasn't it. What is grounded about Nolan's approach?
The idea that Nolan's Batman is somehow something closer to reality is laughable.
Every other aspect of these films is pretty realistic, but Batman, his armored suit and his toys are not
What I mean by grounded is that, even things we naturally expect to see in a Batman film, are justified within the story. Even the Batsuit is given a reason to be other than, "it's a Batman film", which really lends credibility to the whole thing within a heightened reality.