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My problem with The Dark Knight Triology (mild Spoilers ahead, but like, if you haven’t seen these movies seriously go do that.)

in each one of the movies, Batman can’t stop going on about how he won’t kill people, but in each one of these movies he knowingly takes action that he knows will cause a person’s death. While these are good films, these moments, save maybe one of them, hurt the message and morals of the film and my ability empathize or feel bad for its central character. in Batman Begins, there’s 2 Bruce knowingly kills some folks moments. 1: in his last day of training when he doesn’t kill the prisoner and blows up the training temple, people died in that explosion, there’s absolutely no way no one did. literally 30 seconds hasn’t passed from his saying he won’t kill and he murders a bunch of ninjas. at the end of the film, he lets Ras stay on the inevitably crashing and blowing up train, and hate to break it to Bruce, refusing to save someone is killing them essentially. then in the Dark Knight, he kills like 3 or 4 dogs, throwing them down legator shafts or off which places. he also shoves Harvey Dentoff a fucking building. this is the only one potentially forgivable, since he says this went against his code, he acknowledges his mistake. the dog thing is still messed up though. in the last film he shoots Talia with a gun from the Bat-Wing and kills her. The Dark Knight version of Bruce seems to stick to his morals right up until he hits slight resistance and then he just will kill folks and act like it wasn’t his fault. this is a nitpick and gripe at most, but it’s a flaw in this series no one ever brings up and it’s one that slightly compromises the morals of the film.

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How You Can Get Cheap Movie Tickets For Deadpool 2, X-Men and More

If you’re interested in seeing Deadpool 2 this summer, there’s a special deal coming to get a discounted ticket to that and several other big releases later this year.

Super Sons #12 review

At long last, the “Super Sons of Tomorrow” arc has come to an end. Of the five installments, this is the best, though that’s unfortunately faint praise. Like too many crossovers in…

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First ‘Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay’ trailer confirms R-rating

Last week the voice cast for Warner Bros.’ next animated movie, Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay, was announced. Today, IGN premiered the first trailer. Before even getting to the footage, the Suicide Squad:…

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Luc Besson’s EuropaCorp Laying Off Employees After Valerian’s Box Office

Luc Besson’s valiant effort didn’t deliver at the box office, and now his company EuropaCorp is moving to reduce its workforce.

Superman and Batman take control of the world and kill Wonder Woman and Green Arrow
Superman and Batman take control of the world and kill Wonder Woman and Green Arrow
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First ‘Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay’ trailer confirms R-rating

Last week the voice cast for Warner Bros.’ next animated movie, Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay, was announced. Today, IGN premiered the first trailer. Before even getting to the footage, the Suicide Squad:…

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Ben Affleck Reportedly Turned Down Directing DC’s Flashpoint Movie

The Flashpoint movie is lining up new directors, but apparently at one time Ben Affleck was being looked at for the gig.

Batman/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II #3 review

One of the things that was so great about the first Batman and Ninja Turtles crossover was how well it was paced. It was never slow or boring, but it did take…

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A DC Fan Made A Nightwing Trailer And It’s Pretty Badass

A fan-made trailer for a Nightwing movie recently hit the web, and it offers a fascinating and badass look at what Dick Grayson’s solo film could look like.

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