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No. Except if there is a happier, more comic book-ish reboot. If they keep going with the gritty, realistic, Nolan-like Batman, people will just say it's a ripoff. They should reboot Batman with a happier and more comic book-ish mood that's similar to the mood of Richard Donner's 1978 Superman, but still has the sheer suspense and intelligence of the Nolan films. And a great villain.
Jun 16 - 03:30 AM
Ash J. Gilmore
I like the idea of straying away of from the grim and gritty aspects of Nolan's films, but that could be hit or miss.
Jun 16 - 03:31 AM
I love the grittiness, it's a nice contrast to Marvel's movies
Jun 16 - 03:49 AM
I do too, but I think they should try something new.
Jun 16 - 03:51 AM
Why? Marvel's movies have their light hearted style and DC has its grittier broodier one. You can still try new things within it. Man of Steel did.
Jun 16 - 04:04 AM
Why? Marvel's movies have their light hearted style and DC has its grittier broodier one. You can still try new things within that framework. Man of Steel did.
Jun 16 - 04:05 AM
Why? Marvel's movies have their light hearted style and DC has its gritter one. You can still try new things within it. Man of Steel did.
Jun 16 - 02:53 AM
The Dark Knight was a masterpiece, nothing has topped it yet.
Jun 16 - 02:33 AM
Will there ever be a better Superhero *Movie* than The Dark Knight?
Jun 16 - 02:30 AM
The Dark Knight Rises and Spider-Man 2 are better, in my opinion.
Jun 16 - 02:26 AM
But you gave it a lower score than the dark knight? Also i like spider man two aswell but to me it was "popcorn" fun good. Which is still good.
Jun 16 - 02:28 AM
That was my review from last summer my opinion on it has changed a little. I see your point of view on Spider-Man 2 though.