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Iron Man Unit 007

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Subj: Re: Topic of the Week- Tim Burton- Batman....
Posted: Tue Apr 21, 2015 at 07:00:14 am EDT (Viewed 120 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Topic of the Week- Tim Burton- Batman....
Posted: Mon Apr 20, 2015 at 10:55:24 pm EDT (Viewed 115 times)

    I agree that Batman should be a super ninja and some ninja skills were shown in Tim Burtons' Batman and in the trilogy. However they need to up the ante on the ninja skills. OF course pulling off some serious martial arts in that Batsuit......not easy.

Which is why Batman shouldn't be wearing armor. He's not Iron Man. I like Iron Man and I like Batman but they're not the same archetype.

Batman should be too skilled and too cunning to get hit with a bullet in the first place. And the actor should make us believe it, which no Batman actor has ever done.


    The main problem with the Batman movies is:

    1. Finding the right person to suit up as both Bruce and Batman, sometimes I think they should get one person to be Bruce and another as Batman after all, once he suits up in that suit, he could be anyone. Also I am still not convinced about Affleck as Batman.....yikes!

I think Affleck will surprise us. He has matured and he knows he has a great deal to prove in this venue. I don't think he'd be doing the movie if he didn't expect to hit the ball out of the park.

But yes - finding the right actor is crucial, and, in fact, has never been done in a serious portrayal.


    2. The fans always want things like Robin, the Joker, a ton of fancy gadgets, etc. I was glad the recent trilogy did NOT give us Robin or Batgirl, we do NOT need those characters to make a good Batman movie and in fact history shows they can wreck the movie (batman Forever and Batman and Robin)

We'll always have gadgets, I think, and I'm in favor of them. He's a billionaire. He'd have high tech. It's realistic. Nevertheless, he should be detective and Ninja first, using tech to augment these primary dispositions.


    The Joker: yes he is the most colorful land notorious Batman villain but he's been done enough.

    IF we get another trilogy let's save Joker for the THIRD MOVIE. The latest trilogy was smart to use Rha's Al Ghul then Joker then Bane.

    For a new trilogy I'd like to see the first movie be about the RIDDLER, that character is in dire need of being redeemed after Jim Carrey's AWFUL portayal, then the second movie should be TWO-FACE as the one and only villain of the movie. ENOUGH of him being second-bananna to the main villain, TWO-FACE can carry a movie as the villain if done right. The third movie should then be the JOKER. In fact the first movie can have Harvey getting his face fried then he arises at the end and Two Face is the next enemy and at the start of the second movie, Batman can be facing the Red Hood at the chemical plant and Red Hood takes the chemical bath and Batman thinks he is dead. The movie could then have a post credits scene of the man that was the Red Hood arising as the JOKER.

    See? It's beautiful!

I agree. I would love to see your trilogy made.

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