Originally Posted by RAINMAKER
After watching the film several times, I don't seem to understand why Batman was so mad at Selina Kyle for making a "serious mistake", when he was the one that wanted Kyle to take him to Bane.
Was it because Batman was caught off-guard and wanted to attack Bane in a different way?
Or did he just want to see what Bane was all about before attacking him?
Also, I don't get why Bane made a "deal" with Selina Kyle to bring Batman to him when in fact Bane already knew who he was. This is why I wrote in an earlier thread that the first fight should've been in the "Batcave".
Oh yeah, how does Bruce kick through bricks, but can't inflict any damage on Bane? Has anybody else noticed that inconstancy?
I don't think he was mad as much as just telling her, "you sided with the wrong guy"...remember Batman was relying heavily on theatricality and deception, so he in all likelihood didn't just want to walk up to Bane and start fighting.
Why not make a deal with her, she didn't know his true plan, and he actually needed her to accomplish is goal...she wasn't a threat to him (or so he thought)
Bruce kicked an old brick, before Bane he took out several of his men...and Bane was much stronger than him. Also, Batman tired himself early in their fight with his punches...so yes he landed but there wasn't much power behind them.