Originally Posted by Anno_Domini
Blake saves Gordon, a knock is heard in that scene and then we see the scene where Blake is at Wayne Manor. THAT'S the kind of bad editing I am referring to.
It's a transition, not bad editing. But thank you Anno, thank you.
XT. WATER TREATMENT FACILITY - NIGHT
Blake comes out to the catchment basin. He spots something
stuck up against the grille, thrusts his hand into the
raging waters - Gordon is there, alive. Just. Blake pulls
him up onto the concrete, hoists him up, hurrying...
INT. FRONT HALL, WAYNE MANOR - DAY
Alfred opens the door to reveal Blake in his dirty uniform.
I need to see Bruce Wayne.
Iím sorry, Mr. Wayne doesnít take
unscheduled calls. Even from police
How else do you transition to something that abrupt, that quickly? If anything, the editor should be commended for editing that monster.
Again, don't blame the editor, blame the script writers. The script is all over the damn place and it's not neat and logical like the last two Lord of the Rings films or other movies that jump from different characters and events.
Besides, isn't Nolan right there in the editing room telling the editor what to do? C'mon.