Originally Posted by ThePhantasm
I never had to pause the film or count. Its pretty clear from even a cursory glance at the scene that even though Bane's men are firing high powered weapons, you don't have lines of police men falling - which would happen in that sort of charge even with antiquated weapons - but rather you have about four guys fall dead and that's it. Its not something that has to be micro-analyzed to be noticed.
I agree with you. I didn't pause the film to count bodies. But when I watched it, I saw a tightly grouped together set of men running headlong into multiple automatic weapons fire, and hardly a person dropped. It just didn't seem right to me.