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    Senior Member Lefisc's Avatar
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    Hey, how do you told me he was going to be Batman I wouldn’t of believed it
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    He was actually a decent Batman...but, Batman is a boozer in his off time, just like Ben!
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    Quote Originally Posted by David Vaughn View Post
    He was actually a decent Batman...
    I have to agree, he was better at playing Batman than I was expecting. However, Bale IS Batman.

    I think they should pay him whatever it takes to get Bale back in the suit. Just my opinion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lefisc View Post
    Hey, how do you told me he was going to be Batman I wouldn’t of believed it

    You were right not to believe it, because I don' think Ben believed it either, based on his portrayal.


    With Bale I thought "This guy is a great Bruce Wayne". (Even if I didn't like how they made him act like an A-hole as a ruse to keep his alter-ego hidden.)

    With Keaton I thought "This guy *is* Batman".

    With Kilmer I thought "Eh, kinda decent Bruce Wayne I guess"

    With Clooney I thought "Yikes, his career is over and the Batman franchise is toast."

    With Affleck I thought "This is a good portrayal of an actor portraying a character who is portraying an alter ego." So, I didn't exactly get lost in the film. Just felt like a 'performance' and not a character.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brandon Eberhart View Post
    You were right not to believe it, because I don' think Ben believed it either, based on his portrayal.


    With Bale I thought "This guy is a great Bruce Wayne". (Even if I didn't like how they made him act like an A-hole as a ruse to keep his alter-ego hidden.)

    With Keaton I thought "This guy *is* Batman".

    With Kilmer I thought "Eh, kinda decent Bruce Wayne I guess"

    With Clooney I thought "Yikes, his career is over and the Batman franchise is toast."

    With Affleck I thought "This is a good portrayal of an actor portraying a character who is portraying an alter ego." So, I didn't exactly get lost in the film. Just felt like a 'performance' and not a character.
    Totally agree!
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    This has got me thinking...

    I know there's "old" Batman comics. (Like the one Snyder ripped off in B v S.)

    How awesome would it be if Keaton came back one... last... time...

    Could be a transitional film that has him training the next Batman. Maybe even go the Batman Beyond route since I think we need a new (less depressing) take on The Dark Knight.

    While I'm wishing things I also hope it turns out Stanley Kubrick is still alive and will direct. Both things being about as like to happen as the other.
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