Originally Posted by MessiahDecoy123
Nolan goes beyond basic style or costume choices for plausibility. The Chicago/Pittsburgh setting, the crime drama story structure, the complete avoidance of imaginative villains and fantasy concepts, etc.
I'm not sure why there's this denial that Nolan's approach embraces plausibility over imagination. It's more than obvious.
and movies like IM3, MOS, and ASM following TDK's grounded approach doesn't really help your argument. The all pale in comparison to Avengers which blows them all away in term of pure entertainment value.
Not all superheroes need the imagination sucked away. Even Batman could use some these days.
Did you even bother to read my post?
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