Wall-E: 10/10 (again)
The Dark Knight: 9.75/10
In repeat viewing, it loses points for some silly, not-quite-believable dialogue, like "Because he's the hero Gotham deserves, but not the one it needs right now. So we'll hunt him because he can take it. Because he's not our hero. He's a silent guardian, a watchful protector. A dark knight." Dramatic, yes, but only in the right context, like a journal entry-type thing plus a voiceover. In dialogue it just sounds silly. Also, what led Coleman Reese to connect Bruce Wayne to Batman? The Batman-Wayne Industries connection is obvious but it's a pretty big leap to go straight to Bruce. And what of the employees working underneath Lucius Fox? How are they unaware? And if they are aware, how are they trustworthy? It was much simpler in other iterations where Bruce Wayne just spent 10 years building everything himself. Those two things bug me now.
Rocinante2: you know
Rocinante2: its easy to dismiss the orioles as a bad team
ofanrex: go on
Rocinante2: i'm done
Rocinante2: lmaoPlay Brushback Baseball!
(we need more people)