Well, to cut the story here real short...
: Michael Keaton - perfect and best of them all. Reasons;
When in Wayne mode, he always has this wandering look to him, like he is just about to drift away, which is in my opinion, perfect for a guy that lives that double life of a millionaire and a superhero.
A fact that Keaton is a millionaire also shows how dollar was actually worth something back then, and due to inflation they had to dub Nolan's Wayne a billionaire, and frankly, I wouldn't be surprised if in the next movie, he ends up being gazzilliowilliotrilliomega****inillionaire.
Another argument why Keaton is better because he doesn't have any vocalizing problems.
I hope that Dark Knight fan army heard the highly annoying lisp, that slushy ess Bale pronounces? It may be irrelevant but it's extremely annoying.
And not to talk about how he talks when he puts his Batsuit on. Geez. Talk about cigarette problems.
Bruce Wayne. Always thinking about something, always looking kind of absent, probably because of the burden being a part time superhero. And when he throws a party, he doesn't even introduce himself to people that are looking for him.
Douche Wayne. Pulling up to his own party with a chopper.
LOL this one is a no brainer.
New Batsuit looks like some strange transformer cheapo DIY kit, not to mention how awkward it looks on Bale...
Short spikes, mad tight around the neck, wtf. The one on far right - is one that's RIGHT.
Now this one could be debated, after all, cars are subject to individual preferences...
But me, personally...this new Tumbler looks like heap of scrap yard metal put on wheels.
As for the Cave part, I won't even try to explain it. 89 Cave looks like a proper bad ass underground freaking CAVE and this new hideout looks like some Midas center.
Seriously, how many L's can this Nolans thing take.
*notice Keaton wandering again...classic.
LOL. Plus in Nolan's movie she is a conniving little confused tramp that want's to screw both with city's most popular attorney and city's most flamboyant billionaire. There's a word for that. Female of canine species.
In Burton's Batman, you see him being a butler, waiter, adviser, a type of person that has been with Wayne throughout his life and knows every thing he does, thinks and plans to do. I didn't quite get that feeling from this new guy.
Cool bike, can't lie, but no contest. Batwings stoms all over this undriveable motorbike with 2 bulldozer wheels and no real life chances to maneuver it with wheels that wide.
Don't get me wrong, Chicago is my kind of town, I love it, I think it's a beauritul city - but it ain't no Gotham. Gotham is ****ed up, dark, rainy, humid, ugly and goth-like. Chicago isn't.
clash off. GO!
I know the last one will cause the biggest heat, so let me just say, I'll take a crazy laughing villain over demented tounge flipping psycho any day.
Dark Knight IS a GREAT movie, but nowhere near Burton's in any aspect and it's one of the most overrated movies that hit the theaters I can think of.
Making Batman real and looking like he actually is working as a cop for GCPD, is ridiculous. The high point is him getting in the police station to interrogate Joker. LMAO. What the...?
I actually think Nolan watched to much Adam West Batman. Seriously.
Blast off with your opinions!