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The Dark Knight Rises I do not want to see Batman...

Chris Wallace

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1. crash through another skylight.
2. inadvertantly create another villain
3. get so lost in love that he forgets to do his job.
 
Have a scene where Bats thinks it'll be a good idea to have nipples on the suit.
Get drive thru.
Produce a 'bat-credit card'.

(even now - >shudder< !!! )
 
take a back seat in his own film to a villain.
 
Katsuro said:
take a back seat in his own film to a villain.

Thats a good call.

It's happened once already when The Joker was the villain - please dont let it happen again!!
 
with a little boy in red/green/yellow tights following alongside with him.
 
SUPERBENITEZ said:
Thats a good call.

It's happened once already when The Joker was the villain - please dont let it happen again!!

once?
it happened in every film.
 
... reveal his identity to a woman who won't exist in later films.
 
warren_sparta27 said:
once?
it happened in every film.
You are right about that! I always wondered why people think that only the first film is guilty of that.
 
Let some punk ass kid steal his Batmobile, while he's chatting up Tom Cruise's ex.
 
Chris Wallace said:
1. crash through another skylight.
2. inadvertantly create another villain
3. get so lost in love that he forgets to do his job.

I like 1 but I don't want it to happen again. 2, that should happen, 3, no.

Batjosh said:
... reveal his identity to a woman who won't exist in later films.

Lol, so true.
 
I SEE SPIDEY said:
You are right about that! I always wondered why people think that only the first film is guilty of that.

It's most likely because the first film was the only one where the villain was first billed. It's essentially "Batman: starring Jack Nicholson" which I find funny.
 
leave all his secrets on a computer ,that any alicia silverstone looking chick with half a brain can hack into.
 
Katsuro said:
It's most likely because the first film was the only one where the villain was first billed. It's essentially "Batman: starring Jack Nicholson" which I find funny.

But there's Batman & Robin: starring Arnold Schwarzenegger






(Not to mention Supeman the Movie: starring Marlon Brando and Gene Hackman and Superman II: starring Gene Hackman.)
 
I SEE SPIDEY said:
You are right about that! I always wondered why people think that only the first film is guilty of that.


kindly take notice that I only made reference to a previous Batman film with the Joker in it?

thanks.
 
Batjosh said:
... reveal his identity to a woman who won't exist in later films.

Ya...that was pretty dumb when they did that in Batman 89'.
 
It was only in Batman & Robin that Julie Madsen didn't know Clooney's I mean Bruce's secret identity.
 
trustyside-kick said:
Ya...that was pretty dumb when they did that in Batman 89'.

They did that in B89, in B Returns, in B Forever and so far in B Begins.
 
Batjosh said:
... reveal his identity to a woman who won't exist in later films.
Damn. Forgot to put that one. But I'd like to expand on it;
"...reveal his identity to another woman who we won't see in later films despite the fact that he's convinced she is 'the one."
 
Two Face said:
..... having different Batmobile.

Well...even in comics he has a crapload of em..I mean in that one issue of Hush with Nightwing you see them in a room full of Batmobiles that are like on ferris wheel things.
 
Chris Wallace said:
Damn. Forgot to put that one. But I'd like to expand on it;
"...reveal his identity to another woman who we won't see in later films despite the fact that he's convinced she is 'the one."

Aww, aren't we all convinced the one we have is 'the one'... :)
 

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