Originally Posted by henzINNIT
It's an opinion that Nolan lost sight of the Batman character when he wrote TDKR. It's also an opinion that for a director who prides himself on realism, Nolan really half-assed the depiction of Gotham city in TDKR.
Both of these things were handled pretty damn well in the preceding films. Shame he dropped the ball.
Indeed all of those are opinions as well, and baffling opinions as well.
Christopher Nolan could have walked after The Dark Knight, but he instead returned to give his story of Bruce Wayne/Batman an ending while also giving us a film that has the most nods/references/insights on a lot of Batman stories.
And you're very much confusing priding one's self on realism to "half-assing" the depiction of Gotham City. How does that go hand in hand? Maybe separate the points and then you might make some sense, lol.