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In the First movie, Batman doesn't break his rule. He explains: "I won't kill you, but that doesn't mean I have to save you." He didn't, technically, kill him. The Dark Knight, however, is a different matter. Yes, in this film, he does break his rule. That's the thing about Dark Knight: It's about Batman failing. That's why The Dark Knight Rises is ...


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Because: One of the worst things that can happen to a movie franchise, especially a really good one, is over-milking. Some directors in Hollywood care about story, not just money (shocking, I know). Nolan is one of those directors. Nolan had a complete storyline for it and had a set ending. Fun fact: Nolan actually had wanted to end it after Begins and ...


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Just in addition to the already provided answer whilst Dent committing murder would discredit him amongst his peers and Surillo would likely drop the trial of the 549 prisoners if he were to do something as it would become a very controversial trial if it went ahead had he done something which could result in the disruption of peace and order which the ...



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