Batman Essay

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Batman Essay

Everyone enjoys the story of the super hero vigilante Batman, and Christopher Nolan did a great job at creating a more modern and realistic series of films (Batman Begins, The Dark Night, and The Dark Night Rises). With them being more modern its makes things easier for us to relate too. I also believe Nolan did this to try and give the audience a a more relatable perspective to our own world and reality. This type of comparison can really begin to expose the subliminal messages of what the director is trying to say as well as portray. The trilogy isn’t just about three stories being turned into films, these stories both have meaning and purpose.
What caught my eye the most was a scene in Batman Begins where Bruce and
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There isn’t really anything else that does the job in modern terms. For me, Batman is the one that can most clearly be taken seriously. Hes not from another planet, or filled with radioactive gunk. I mean, Superman is essentially a god, but Batman is more like Hercules; hes a human being, very flawed, and bridges the divided.” By being human, he is then easy for us to relate too. It gets you thinking about the possibility of having a Batman in your own reality.
Bruce Wayne is just a regular person like you and I, although Bruce has the advantage of having large amounts of money and the highly advanced gear he uses. But asides from that, he is just human like you and I. What this says to me is that anyone can take the action of being what he stands for, you or I could go out today and make that move, it only takes one to rise up and make that change. “We all wake up in the morning wanting to live our lives the way we know we should. But we usually don’t, in small ways. Thats what makes a character like batman so fascinating. He plays out out conflicts on a much larger scale”. Nolan is staying that we deal with a lot of the same issues as Batman but on a much smaller scale. Bruce created Batman so he can move up on that scale; deal with the evil like no one has done before. Bruce becoming Batman as a symbol then moves into him being the Batman, but then ultimately forced to


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