Originally Posted by Skrilla31
Fine, Batman's been bested on more than one occasion. I'll give you that. That's not the point Luis was trying to make. What he was trying to say - I think - was that Nolan's Batman wasn't as brilliant, wasn't as inventive, and wasn't as impermeable as he's normally depicted in the comics. He's not wrong about that.
The comics are not finite universe and have spanned decades. The movies are confined to tell a story within 2-3 hours. How could you tell the story of Batman vs Bane and not include the infamous breaking of Batman? Or Batman vs Joker and not show Joker killing someone Batman cares about, or being the ultimate trickster and getting one over on Batman at least once in the movie?
These kinds of things are infamous hallmark traits of Batman's relationship with these villains. If you want a practically untouchable Batman that's fine. Your preference.