Saturday, December 29, 2012 7:06:37 AM
Rob, in the books and TV plot that involved Conners becoming a lizard, Peter begins to grow more limbs. Fix Conners takes him back to 4 limbs but did not cure his secondary mutation (regular Spider-Man.) They probably decided to leave that out didn't notice why it was needed.
tjgvertigo, I tried to watch DKR in a 16x9 theatre. I fell asleep multiple times. The couple behind me tapped my seat then, she fell asleep and SNOOOOOOOOORED!!!
It was flat. The characters were dark. Alfed`s dialog was a mirror of the previous movie. This was not the video opera the second picture was leading into.
Saturday, December 29, 2012 2:01:41 AM
OK, I would just like to point out that the guy who makes these videos is obviously a moron. He critiques the fact that Peter Parker uses Bing, but doesn't pick up on the biggest screw up in the entire movie, which is the fact that the antidote that took away the lizzard`s powers and transformed him back into a one armed puzzy should have also turned Spiderman back into a two armed puzzy... but didn`t!!!
And in Batman, he missed yet another extremely obvious, extremely vital plot failure. Somehow, Bruce Wayne is able to make it out of a hole prison in the middle east wearing nothing but the raggs on his back and with no money whatsoever, but is able to mack it back to Gotham is like 12 hours!!!
Saturday, December 29, 2012 12:24:04 AM
CodeJockey - I liked the movie. Sure it had problems but as a fan of the comics I feel like the areas that were weak would have been too fantastic for a Nolan Batman film to describe. I agree there were too many characters and mostly you have the fans to blame... Joseph Gordon Leavitt's character was more of a throw in because everyone wanted a cool take on a Robin so they spewed him out there. I think if they had cut out Robin and his bullocks bits and some of the people Bane and Talia were working with the movie would have been MUCH better. My one BIG issue with the whole movie is the bomb scene. It played out so cliche it almost ruined the movie for me. But I enjoyed it non the less.