Skip to comments.LA Times Canít Believe 'Dark Knight Rises' Portrays Communism Negatively
Posted on 07/24/2012 2:15:44 PM PDT by Nachum
In perhaps the least self-aware review of the politics of "The Dark Knight Rises" yet, Steven Zeitchik of the Los Angeles Times is befuddled at the idea that left-wing thought could ever be portrayed negatively. First, he admits his own incompetence: [M]ore politics doesn't mean your movie's message is more consistent or decipherable. Or perhaps the politics of "The Dark Knight Rises" is perfectly consistent and decipherable
and Zeitchik just doesnt get it. In the next few lines, he shows that he has no clue what hes talking about: Contradictions abound in "The Dark Knight Rises."
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Catwoman clearly is transformed in this film once her wish comes true and she sees what it truly brings.
Is that akin to Mohammad Atta unbridled activism? Gosh, I love that phrase, "unbridled activism."
She sees that there is no future in death. Eventually we will, like the hero, either kill them all or die trying.
What a great movie - very proud of Nolan for this.
Well crap, now I am going to have to go see it!
It’s a wonderful remake of The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance.
She turns when she is looking through debris and picks up a family photo. Her friend asks what it is. She replies, “This used to be someone’s house.” And the friend replies, “Now it is everyone’s house.” But looking around, it was destroyed.
Would you send me a freepmail explaining it that to me so as to not put a spoiler on the thread? You can't spoil it for me because I don't go to movies. -houeto.