So, after yet another viewing of The Dark Knight. I have come to realize....
It's actually not that good.
I watched it, and got to actually read into the movie a bit and there was just too many things that made no sense at all to me, so read through them and maybe you can decide. Maybe help make sense of things.... Also SPOILERS AHEAD!
At the party, for Harvey Dent that Bruce throws. When Joker walks in, causes a fuss, how does Batman walk into the middle of that room unnoticed? Wouldn't one of Jokers henchmen warn him?
At the same party, Joker throws Rachel out the window, Batman dives to save her. Soooooo..... what about the murderous Joker up there still with all those people? Did he just decide to stop looking for Harvey and leave?
How come when it came to finding a shitty mob boss, Morgan Freeman was all cool with the sonar phone thing, but when it came down to ending HOSPITALS BEING BLOWN UP and dozens of cops and innocent people being killed, that sonar was the worst thing ever invented?
The main thing that bothers me, the big finale, fight on the building under construction, when we find out that the hostages are disguised as bad guys, and the bad guys as hostages, how come Batman doesn't just tell the SWAT guys? Or tell Gordon? Instead of just kick the shit out of everyone?
Then, Batman throws Joker off the building. Then saves him. If he was gonna save him, why did he throw him off the building to begin with? Also why kill, ok not kill but let Liam Neeson die in Begins but save The Joker?
Then, Batman throws Harvey Dent off whatever it was, a ledge or something. And Dent dies. And then it more or less goes down as... "We can't let Gotham see Dent like this, they need a hero!" "OK. Tell them I did it. Tell them Batman killed him." "Uh well alright but why don't we just tell them that Joker did this since he, actually did in a way?" "NO! TELL THEM I DID IT!" "Alright fine attention whore."
There's a few more things that bugged me, but I can't think of them right now. All this mainly comes about because I am watching Braveheart right now and feeling like a moron for even thinking that The Dark Knight might have been the better movie.