I've thought a lot about this trilogy. So you'll have to trust me when I say that, as much as I've been looking forward to the conclusion of Christopher Nolan's Batman trilogy, I've also sort of feared it.
Some of these duds just don't deserve their reputations. Instead, the public had some agenda for hating that far outweighed anything that ever happened on screen.
Apparently, no '80s film was complete without a moral message slapping around in your face like a dying fish.
If you're one of these creators, you have to hate that your lighthearted entertainment now just winds up reminding people of something awful. Especially when websites like this one keep bringing them up.
There's no easier way to make a movie character likeable than by having him heroically sacrifice his own life. Of course, sometimes 'heroically' means 'stupidly.'
I understand something people don't want to acknowledge: Hollywood sucks. And it's all our fault.
Yes, even in the age of computer effects and entire sequences shot in front of a green screen with tennis balls, there is still no substitute for gross neglect of human safety.
Sometimes the companies or creators will actually address their fans and say, 'You think you could do better than us?' And sometimes the fans will answer back, 'Um, actually, yeah.'
We're not accusing anyone of witchcraft -- all we're doing is presenting the evidence ... that these people may be witches.
Apparently, Hollywood makes stuff up on the fly all the time. Here are some examples of memorable scenes (or even entire movies) that only happened because something went wrong.