Originally Posted by Brain Damage
And that's even less interesting
At least Ra's wanted something that could "potentially" be for the good of mankind. Those kind of moral gray areas are what make a villain three-dimensional. "I want revenge because you killed my father" is about as not-three-dimensional as you can get.
Lol, I didn't say anything about the idea making Talia interesting. At least with Bane, it was about honoring the woman he protected years ago and being that challenge that Bruce had to go through in the end of the film...Talia was just wanting some revenge and her character was very watered down to the point where she didn't want Bruce to join the LoS and was only some dark mirrored version of Rachel Dawes(and I view Bane to be a dark mirrored version of Bruce, but at least I found Bane to be interesting...him being this protector, him never being able to climb out of the Pit while Bruce did, thus still really being in the Hell that he was born in).