Originally Posted by ThePhantasm
That's some subtle acting there. Nolan's Bane is all about exposition. He really beats you over the head with the imagery. By contrast, Schumacher's Bane could convey so much with just one word. When he said "step" you could really get a sense of the character's long history of pain, how every step in his life had been painful, and how he was going to step on Batman's skull and take over Gotham. And Tom Hardy had only his eyes to convey emotion with? Pfft. This Bane didn't even have that. I guess audiences just have to have everything spoon fed to them these days.
Ah, and I thought I was the only one.