(Original post by affleming)
I believe it is one of the most overrated films of our time, there were so many classics which got knocked out at the beginning such as the good the bad the ugly
then again it may be because the majority have seen films such as the dark knight.
I agree. It was a decent batman flick, with a solid message, but it had so many plot flaws it just bugged me the whole way through. Normally you only spot holes in the plot when you discuss it afterwards, but I noticed them all straight away with DK and it ruined it for me.
With the benefit of a more non-partisan appraisal and a bit more distance, it might just about sneak into the top 100 films of all time - but its no way top 10.
(Original post by py0alb)
It's watchable, but accept now that you will a) guess the ending within the first 10 minutes, b) spend the rest of the movie hoping that you will be wrong and something less predictable and cliched will happen, and c) be left disappointed when this doesn't happen.
This is a question that always make me smile when I ask it to see how completely different the answers can be, buuuttttt what was the first film that you can remember that made you look at something completely in a different way from watching - as in had a direct impact on the way you thought? (Not necessarily about an event, or a person but about something even if you can't accurately describe what you felt)