Originally Posted by Brain Damage
You're right about this. But just like jumping from rooftops is ambitious, it doesn't always mean you're gonna have a soft landing
Yes for '89. The character work in TDK is superb, don't get me wrong (the best in ANY Batman film, I think) but the plot is also just as superb, I think. Whereas in '89 the story is serviceable, but it feels more like an excuse to get the various characters interacting with each other.
Eh, all TDK was was Joker causing havock and Batman reacting to it. It was a pretty standard plot structure.