Originally Posted by DrCosmic
I kinda understand the death complaint. Even if you don't see any dead bodies, if you don't see anyone actually get hit, and all the death is implied, it makes the tension a little bit cartoony. That kinda weakens the appeal ever so slightly. It's one thing not to show dead bodies, it's another thing not to show any humans being harmed at all. The implied death was well done, but a few lasers into some crowds, some people falling, something - similar to what we've seen in other big budget PG-13 films - would have made the movie darker and heavier, and I think I would have appreciated that.
**** "darker and heavier."
This is Avengers and Joss Whedon, not TDKR and Chris Nolan.