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    Which do you prefer? I much prefer Nolan's Batman.
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      TheMusicdewd18 wrote:
      Which do you prefer? I much prefer Nolan's Batman.


      I have not seen the Burton version so i can't compare but I liked Nolan's version
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        Burton's Batman, my good man.
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        One is evil and the other one is good. Which wolf will win? The one you feed the most.

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          I prefer Burton's but it's hard to compare the two because they are such different beasts. It could be a biased thing because it's my childhood batman
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            Alyssa Branen wrote:
            I prefer Burton's but it's hard to compare the two because they are such different beasts. It could be a biased thing because it's my childhood batman


            Sounds reasonable
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              The Dark Knight Rises couldn't wow me like Nolan's second Batman film did.
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              One is evil and the other one is good. Which wolf will win? The one you feed the most.

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                thecrow174 wrote:
                The Dark Knight Rises couldn't wow me like Nolan's second Batman film did.


                I disagree to me it's the other way around
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                  Nolan's trilogy is probably the best film presentation we'll get of Batman. Burton's movie(s) set up the character's importance in the mainstream.

                  That being said, neither is trying to be even close to the comics.
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                    retroman wrote:
                    thecrow174 wrote:
                    The Dark Knight Rises couldn't wow me like Nolan's second Batman film did.


                    I disagree to me it's the other way around


                    Same here.
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                      yellow_submarine wrote:
                      Nolan's trilogy is probably the best film presentation we'll get of Batman. Burton's movie(s) set up the character's importance in the mainstream.

                      That being said, neither is trying to be even close to the comics.


                      I didn't like Burton's Batman movies. For one thing, the Joker doesn't kill Bruce's parents. Also, Micheal Keaton wasn't that good of a Batman.
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                        TheMusicdewd18 wrote:
                        yellow_submarine wrote:
                        Nolan's trilogy is probably the best film presentation we'll get of Batman. Burton's movie(s) set up the character's importance in the mainstream.

                        That being said, neither is trying to be even close to the comics.

                        For one thing, the Joker doesn't kill Bruce's parents.

                        Yeah, he did. Only it was BEFORE he became The Joker.
                        There is a battle between two wolves inside us all.

                        One is evil and the other one is good. Which wolf will win? The one you feed the most.

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                          thecrow174 wrote:
                          TheMusicdewd18 wrote:
                          yellow_submarine wrote:
                          Nolan's trilogy is probably the best film presentation we'll get of Batman. Burton's movie(s) set up the character's importance in the mainstream.

                          That being said, neither is trying to be even close to the comics.

                          For one thing, the Joker doesn't kill Bruce's parents.

                          Yeah, he did. Only it was BEFORE he became The Joker.


                          Not in the comics. Joe Chill does. Batman Begins got that right.
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                            TheMusicdewd18 wrote:
                            retroman wrote:
                            thecrow174 wrote:
                            The Dark Knight Rises couldn't wow me like Nolan's second Batman film did.


                            I disagree to me it's the other way around


                            Same here.


                            Besides it was less depressing
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                              TheMusicdewd18 wrote:
                              thecrow174 wrote:
                              TheMusicdewd18 wrote:
                              yellow_submarine wrote:
                              Nolan's trilogy is probably the best film presentation we'll get of Batman. Burton's movie(s) set up the character's importance in the mainstream.

                              That being said, neither is trying to be even close to the comics.

                              For one thing, the Joker doesn't kill Bruce's parents.


                              Yeah, he did. Only it was BEFORE he became The Joker.


                              Not in the comics. Joe Chill does. Batman Begins got that right.


                              Yeah
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                                I'd probably have to go with Burton's Batman films. Batman and Batman Returns are two of my favorite movies. I'm sure in in the minority, but I didn't enjoy any of Nolan's Batman films outside of TDKR.
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                                  Derk wrote:
                                  I'd probably have to go with Burton's Batman films. Batman and Batman Returns are two of my favorite movies. I'm sure in in the minority, but I didn't enjoy any of Nolan's Batman films outside of TDKR.


                                  What a shocker
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                                    Well, I have seen both Tim Burton's and Christopher Nolan's interpretations of Batman, but I prefer Nolan's.

                                    Speaking of Chris Nolan's second Batman movie, The Dark Knight (2008), in my opinion, it is possibly alongside Star Wars Episode V The Empire Strikes Back (1980) and The Godfather Part II (1974) as one of the three REALLY GREAT movie sequels in the annals of Hollywood filmmaking.
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