Re: Am I the only one that feels like TDKR prevents Nolan's trilogy from being perfec
Desarana, I certainly wouldn't have been against trying to include it, there is a way they could have made it work, but I can see why they didn't, and I personally just don't think it was needed. If I hadn't care about Gotham at all, it would be a different story, but they made me care about Gotham over the course of the entire trilogy. They made me care, as Bruce cares, about the fate of Gotham, and I don't need to see the citizens reacting to things to make me care about them. Overall, they correctly chose to sacrifice those kinds of shots in this film to provide us with more direct characters who represent them. To me it was never an issue because as Anita pointed out, it's just not at the core of what the film is about.
"No great genius has ever existed without some touch of madness." - Aristotle