Re: Why is everyone slamming TDKR?
I've said it before and I'll say it again - I simply expected better from Nolan. The film lacked focus, it was trying to do too much and as a result it's muddled. The film lacks genuine surprises, feels labourious at times, is bogged down by McGuffins and flat out lacks logic in some instances. I don't know quite what i was hoping for but it wasn't what we ended up with. Still haven't bought the DVD yet and I'm in no rush to do so.
Fanboys make excuses, real fans acknowledge screw-ups.
Do me a favour - don't break up my posts into multiple quotes when replying, I won't answer back.