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The Dark Knight Rises *Spoiler Thread*

Discussion in 'Off-topic Zone' started by Cowboy Brian, Jul 22, 2012.

  1. PullMyFinger

    PullMyFinger Old Fashioned

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    Good post



    Hulk punched a hole through the space-time continuum. And held the core of a black hole.

    Hulk emits gamma radiation which is the same radiation as a Red Sun emits. This radiation strips Superman of his powers. Hulk’s mere presence would weaken Superman. If Supes gets close enough to hit Hulk, he is defeated instantly because of this radiation factor. Face to face with Hulk, Superman would only be Clark Kent.

    Supes prime is scary. Dunno if he could beat Sentry though (Sentry is Superman on crack) DC and their over powered characters.

    Oh, Hulks strength isnt only tied to anger, its all negative emotions.
  2. StevenOtero

    StevenOtero Well-Known Member

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    Hey, none of this actually exists. Why in the hell are you arguing over crap that is made up by people? It's up to the writer as to who would actually win.

    Typical, it only takes one fanboy to de-rail a thread into a super hero contest.
  3. rkell87

    rkell87 Well-Known Member

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    because it is interesting to talk about, I read a thread about who would win between supes and goku the other day and it was pretty cool to see the arguments, one guy even broke it down scientifically finding a quote in a comic about how many times stronger supes is than an average human, then finding a point in DBZ where the power level of an average human was scaned then multiplying that by the superman number and showing that goku surpasses that number at only SSJ2. it was pretty good
  4. PullMyFinger

    PullMyFinger Old Fashioned

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    Winner, winner, chicken dinner
  5. joseephuss

    joseephuss Well-Known Member

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    I've never bought into the Hulk as having unlimited power because he is fueled by his anger or other emotion. I don't see emotion as limitless. You can only get so angry and anger and emotion do wear out. Seems like a good fuel to transform him into the Hulk and give him a quick burst of overwhelming power, but it never seemed like a long, sustainable fuel source.
  6. Lodeus

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    Few days after seeing it, I think Hardy did an outstanding job as Bane and as a villain. He had really only his eyes to work with, and yet did such a great job portraying the type of character he did. The voice I think was perfect as well. I was afraid they'd try to make sound too evil.

    Also, I need to see this movie again.
  7. CashMan

    CashMan Well-Known Member

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    Agreed, I saw TDK about 7 times at the movies, tonight will be #2 for TDKR. Need to see it a few more times.
  8. stasheroo

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    I agree.

    I found him a captivating and compelling presence and I was riveted whenever he was on screen.

    I will say - despite what some might think - it was at times difficult to understand everything he was saying, but not so much that you didn't know what was going on.

    I look forward to seeing this film again and many times thereafter when I buy it day one on blu-ray.

    (not soon enough!)
  9. Mash

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    Love the Show....still liked TDK better....but again...this was a very good movie.

    My only gripe was that early on....I couldnt understand what Bane was saying half the time. I kept on leaning over asking my wife...."what did he say"?

    Anyone else have that problem? I went to a AVS theatre...so maybe the background music and bass were too loud...

    Some other minor stuff....like how fast Bruce Wayne got back to Gotham City after being overseas in prison.....but its a super hero movie....cant get to picky about that.

    Overall.....Nolan did a terrific job and one of the best trilogy made imho

    Just wish they would of cleared up Bane's voice alittle behind that mask...
  10. Lodeus

    Lodeus Well-Known Member

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    IIRC, the only time I had trouble understanding him was when he and Batman where in the sewers fighting.
  11. stasheroo

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    Actually, you got the cleared up version. There were several complaints made when the teaser trailer debuted before Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol. At that time, it was even more difficult to understand him.

    And my own opinion is very mcuh like your own.

    The film had its' flaws and leaps in logic, but for me, it didn;t change the fact that it was a very good film. Not quite as good as The Dark Knight, but very good in its' own right.
  12. the kid 05

    the kid 05 Individuals play the game, but teams beat the odds

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    the voice prior to them messing with it was FAR better imo after it seemed too loud and his throat movement and words didn't seem to match up
  13. stasheroo

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    I agree, on some points anyway. I viewed a side-by-side comparison on the internet that someone created showing before and after and I felt there were both pros and cons to the changes.
  14. PullMyFinger

    PullMyFinger Old Fashioned

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    Theres only one other villain Ive ever wanted to shut up more than Bane and that was Agent Smith from the Matrix. Banes voice was too raspy, I understood maybe 60% of what he said, it was easier to understand in the beginning of the movie then latter.
  15. TheCount

    TheCount Pixel Pusher

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    Says the guy obsessed with Batman. :laugh2:

    "Why are you guys arguing about imaginary heroes? Can we go back to talking about Batman, who is a real person and actually exists?!"
  16. ethiostar

    ethiostar Well-Known Member

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    Entertaining movie but not nearly as good as TDK, IMO.
  17. jobberone

    jobberone Genetically engineered moderating Orangutan Staff Member

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    No more obscene language....filtered or not
  18. CashMan

    CashMan Well-Known Member

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    Agreed. Saw it for the 2nd time last night, it is good, but it is almost 3hrs, and is not as good of TDK. Heath Ledgers performance was EPIC!
  19. FloridaRob

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    I saw it this weekend with the grandson and while it was entertaining, I did not think it was that good. The dialogue was cheesy as it gets. I kept waiting for the "bam", "pow", "wham" popups like were in the 60's shows. I agree I had a hard time understanding Bane. I also thought the departure of Alfred was handled so quickly you did not have a chance to feel anything about him leaving. Entertaining? yes. Good movie? no. The Avengers was a much better movie.
  20. StevenOtero

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    Yeah, because I've said Batman exists. Nope, not once.

    I've just never understood the whole matching up Super Heroes when it 'we' as the reader have no control over the outcome.

    It's cool to talk about the what-if scenarios, but to get in little arguments over them is rather lame.

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