Seriously the did a blood transfusion with a dead guy and that's how they tricked everyone into thinking the scientist was dead? Seriously?
Bane was hard to understand and had no direction.
It made no sense why that chick wanted to blow up the city.
Cool, Bane can snap a guys neck, we get it. He didn't have near the presence as the Joker (pool stick? pencil? yes plz.). For someone who is "pure evil" he sure didn't give off that vibe and it turns out he's just trying to blow up the city because he loves the chick. Super evil.
Holy crap 99% preachy.
lol at not turning the fusion reactor on because someone somewhere could use it as a bomb, pretty sure that goes for most forms of energy bro.
There was absolutely no structure at parts, the movie just jumped from scene to scene and made no sense in the process.
Look Batman is at home! Now he's standing randomly on a bridge! And now he's finally where he's supposed to be!
Look Batman is in the desert! And now he's back in a locked down Gothem City a scene later despite the fact that he's completely broke!
There was like a hour stretch where he wasn't even involved in the main plot (if you can really call it a plot) and like nothing happened. Like seriously nothing happened. So boring.
He calculates that the bomb will decay in 5 months and sets the timer down to the second? impressive.
We have a nuke about to go off in 2 minutes, let's listen to this chick talk for a bit before she dies, then make out a little and talk about our feelings before we finally do something about it. Brilliant.
At the speed that silly flying tank was doing, there's no way he clears 6 miles in like 1 minute. That bomb would still have flattened the city.
Holy crap it was long.
Ann Hathaway is holy crap hot.
That's why you didn't like it? Applying that same standard to TDK:
Where did this Joker come from? The police can't find any record of him, and we're given no background? Did he just materialize out at Arkham one day? NOT believable.
And where did he get those scars? He tells 2 stories, are we to believe either of them?
And his magic trick, while awesome, isn't realistic. How did he know some thug would come try and grab him instead of just shoot?
Some guy with smiley scars can round up a bunch of skilled bank robbers and convince them to kill one another as they rob a mob bank? Which is only protected by a couple security guards and a manager with a shotgun? That seems implausible.
In the opening scene, two guys break out a window in a skyscraper, shoot a line to a neighboring building and zip across completely unnoticed in broad daylight in a major metropolitan area. Wouldn't it have been easier to just climb the building they wanted to be on? Or take the elevator?
A schoolbus backs into the bank at just the right moment, and is able to drive off into a passing line of buses again completely unnoticed and without a scratch on it? I just can't enjoy something that ridiculous.
One could go on....
The last movie is by no measure any less "believable" than the first two. Haters gonna hate I guess.