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    Question one Certain aspects which have been portrayed in Batman Begins which have been changed in The Dark Knight There are a few aspects in Batman Begins and The Dark Knight which Christopher Nolan has definitely changed. One of the smaller changes Christopher Nolan has made from Batman Begins to The Dark Knight would be the batman suit. The suit in Batman Begins looks a lot more like the suit used in the comic books whereas the suit used in The Dark Knight reflects a more real-world concept of the character batman. He does this by making the suit in The Dark Knight look more flexible and comfortable to fight in, there are also more segmented pieces over his chest to help with mobility. Nolan makes the suit look more army like, which…

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    The horror and hallucination factor of the first film is greatly decreased in the second. In Batman Begins Scarecrow uses a toxin on his victims that makes them hallucinate and see horrifying things such as a horse breathing fire and monstrous versions of characters’ faces. In the second film there is nothing like this. The most horrifying thing in The Dark Knight is the appearance of the burnt face of Two-Face. Christopher Nolan could have done this to attract younger audiences and leave more…

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    The Odyssey has become a highly praised piece of writing and has been read by many people worldwide. Two thousand years later, the film Batman Begins was released. Both of these works have achieved groundbreaking success in having a place in the hearts of its audiences. To begin, both The Odyssey and Batman Begins had plots written under the Hero’s journey format. As in many hero stories, the plot begins with the main characters, Odysseus and Bruce Wayne being called to begin a journey. In the…

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    pushes his movies the extra mile. The people casted in Nolan’s top films are generally top notch actors and actresses in their own rights, including Tom Hardy, Leonardo DiCaprio, Joseph Gordon Levitt, Christian Bale, Michael Caine, and Heath Ledger, but after Nolan is done with them, the performances they give are on another level, even for them. Most notably being Heath Ledger who, in his rendition of the Joker in Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight, gave not only the best acting performance of…

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    In the opening scene of Batman Begins it shows hundreds of bats flying in the sky. This is to set an ominous tone for the audience and to show a sense of danger. This is also done by the high pitched sound of the bats giving a panicked and fearful tone. The lightening in this scene is very grey and dull, this could foreshadow that the film is going to be quite dark and mysterious as well as representing a sense of evil. This allows the audience to become intrigued and eager to see what the film…

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    The hero's journey is a general rubric that almost every hero’s story or epic follows. But although it is quite general, every story isn’t exactly the same. Different authors may approach the story a different way, and they may decide to totally catch the audience by surprise, completely going outside of the box. A few famous examples of stories or movies that follow the hero's journey would be the cinematography masterpiece directed by Christopher Nolan, Batman Begins, and the epic poem by…

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    Batman! I was “introduced” last summer by my obsessed boyfriend (at the time) to all things Batman. Comic books, movies, cartoons, collectibles, he had it all, and it sparked my interest. Over the course of the next year I grew to love Batman almost as much as him, my primary interest being the recent Dark Knight Trilogy. The trilogy consists of Batman Begins, The Dark Knight, and The Dark Knight Rises (the only Batman feature length films not to include “Batman” in their titles). Batman…

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    superheroes movies has finally got their wish to see Detective Comics Batman and Action Comics Superman in the same movie. It will be release this March with both characters. The movie Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice will feature both characters at the same time, but each character does have their own unique story of how it all originated. The origin with Batman is also known as Bruce Wayne is a billionaire owner of Wayne Enterprise which takes place in Gotham City. Bruce witnesses his…

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    There is a fine line between being a hero and a villain. Batman is the only hero in the movie the The Dark Knight as he never goes against his own morals despite the people of Gotham City losing faith in him. “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.” Batman will always help those in need even when the whole city is against him. The…

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    The Dark Knight is my favorite movie in this series, but is also my personal favorite Batman story, surpassing all the other Batman films. By putting all the right elements in play and given the character literary merit, the Dark Knight has achieved a great impact to its audience. Those elements are moral ambiguity, paralleling Batman with his villains, a large cast of equally compelling characters, and realistic depiction of crime and detective work. The story of The Dark Knight is entirely…

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