While there is not as blatant as a set up for a sequel as happened at the end of "Batman Begins," there are plenty of places for them to go with a sequel. In a sequel, Batman could redeem himself in the eyes of the public for the alleged acts that he voluntarily took the blame for at the end of the Dark Knight.
One thing I don't understand about the movie (without giving any plot details away) is why did they go through that whole sequence about the district attorney in the last third of the movie? It seemed like the last 40 minutes of the movie contained a subplot to set the D.A. character up for the next movie, but obviously not.
posted on 07/26/2008 4:32:21 PM PDT
I wondered about the same thing. As much as I liked the movie, the plot was not its strong point. A lot of footage that would have made it make more sense probably ended up on the cutting room floor.
posted on 07/26/2008 4:56:33 PM PDT
(If you have a chip on your shoulder, you think everybody's trying to knock it off.-AnAmericanMother)
To: eeman; Huntress; pcottraux
It seemed like the last 40 minutes of the movie contained a subplot to set the D.A. character up for the next movie, but obviously not.
Uh, why do you say that? I just came from seeing the movie tonight. He could be in the next movie. Think about it. Think about what you saw--and DIDN'T see--in the last few minutes.
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