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Discussion in 'Batman Begins' started by graveyardtramp, Jul 15, 2005.
You are totally right, my friend. I saw some photos a few years ago that can prove that.
man, i hope there is going to be a thread poll on whos better: ras or osama?
I think Goyer just meant in how they appraoched Ra's in a REALISTIC way......and they drew some inspiration from Bin Laden.....sort of how THEY think they're helping the world......when in fact, they're the worst scum on the planet.
Ra's Al Ghul is an arabic name.
ha ha ha...its funny because its true.
goyers writing is real hit and miss. he does fine when he's kept in check by good directors and producers. but when you let him loose he can be pretty bad.
and no director that has ever existed could have made blade trinity good with the script goyer wrote. it would have taken f**king sergio leone to bring the movie up from mind numbingly god awful to dreadfully bad (which would be quite the accomplishment given the script). trinity was complete and utter trash on every level, a perfect example of what NOT to do when making a film.
Maybe Napoleon Dynamite can hunt down Osama -- since the CIA, FBI, Marines, Navy, Air Force, snipers, mercenaries, drones & various other military from around the world cannot in FIVE YEARS!! I think he could do it!
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"We modelled him after Osama bin Laden"
To say you've "modelled" a character on anyone implies that you had something to do with creating him.
Well, Goyer did effectively create the movie-version of Ra's al Ghul of which he speaks.
"I wasn't always here in the mountains." Heck no! You were bringing Kruschev's missiles to Havana! Wow, if Liam Neeson were a bit heavier...
Theres similarities with the league of shadows and MANY beliefs. The part that makes it look like a terrorist would be humans acting these things out. Most religions have similar doctrines, but God does them.