After seeing Batman: The Dark Knight Returns: Part 1 I now realize how much The Dark Knight Rises seems to barrow from the common original work.
One scene that was in both movies was Batmans strafing bullet dodging move from left to right in the shadows, .where he is only seen from muzzle flash.
Having said that, given that Batman: The Dark Knight Returns: Part 1 attempted to be faithful to the original work and succeeds in doing so, Ill give it the nod over The Dark Knight Rises. I also think Christian Bales voice acting as the Bat was almost laughable and barely intelligible, . Tom Hardy as Bane in terms of voice acting wasnt much better IMO as it just seemed wrong for the character. A visually stunning and well done movie overall though,
So I think Peter Weller did a very good job comparatively speaking,
Just watched Part 2. Worth the wait. Really well done; stuck to the graphic novel as closely as I think any retelling in a different media can do. I watched both parts back to back, which made it even more fun to watch.
I just looked for this on Netflix and was unable to find it. We have Netflix streaming only.
I guess I could look at the blockbuster/dish site and see if they have the disk. Blockbuster/dish have both disks. They are now in my queue. -- Is a person a failure for doing nothing? Or is he a failure for trying, and not succeeding at what he is attempting to do? What did you fail at today?.