Originally Posted by Shikamaru
There is this line in Batman Begins that I just can't stand. I almost have to fast forward the film just so that I could skip it because it annoys me every time I see it. Basically, in the scene where Bruce wakes up and Fox tells him he developed an antidote and then gives him some complex science explanation to how he created the antidote, Bruce replies saying "Am I supposed to understand any of that?" And right there I just want to walk up to Nolan's Batman and say "Yes! Yes, you're supposed to understand every word of that because you're The Goddamn Batman and you trained your body and mind to perfection so that you could understand **** like that in such crisis! What the **** were you doing for 7 years?"
I strongly agree with this. That was a face palm moment for me when I saw BB for the first time. It was bad enough Fox was the one to find an antidote (Heck Batman from TAS still went after Scarecrow while infected with fear toxins), but explaining how he came up with it to Bruce. And making Bruce come off like an idiot in the process was an insult to the character, imo.