History Film / BatmanBegins

24th Apr '16 5:07:42 PM Mario1995
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* AssholeVictim: [[spoiler:In Bruce's perspective, Joe Chill]].
16th Apr '16 9:32:03 AM TrollBrutal
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* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: The odd, almost memetic, gravelly voice Christian Bale uses when Wayne is in his Batman persona is very pronounced in the two sequels, but in this film Bale hardly uses the gravelly voice at all, he mostly only speaks in a slight whisper.
16th Apr '16 9:24:21 AM TrollBrutal
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''Batman Begins'' (2005) is the start of Creator/ChristopherNolan's ''Film/TheDarkKnightSaga''.

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''Batman Begins'' (2005) is the start of Creator/ChristopherNolan's ''Film/TheDarkKnightSaga''.
''Film/TheDarkKnightTrilogy''.
10th Apr '16 1:46:54 PM AuraXtreme
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** Also with Alfred, the same exchange occurs between him and Bruce in the anachronic opening, and [[spoiler:after Wayne manor burns, immediately after the above]]:
--->'''Bruce:''' Still haven't given up on me?
--->'''Alfred:''' Never.
29th Mar '16 5:36:36 AM pvsage
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** The Batmobile of this franchise differs, because Nolan departs from the traditional "sleek sport roadster" of previous Batman adaptations, going instead for the Tumbler, or "Fast Urban Military Combat Tank [[RunningGag That Comes In Black]]"

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** The Batmobile of this franchise differs, because Nolan departs from the traditional "sleek sport roadster" of previous Batman adaptations, going instead for the Tumbler, or "Fast Urban Military Combat Tank [[RunningGag That Comes In Black]]"Black]]". It does retain the jet engine with afterburner common to most Batmobiles though.


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* HummerDinger: The tumbler is essentially a wheeled {{tank|Goodness}} (and described as such by one of the cops attempting to pursue it).
29th Mar '16 4:44:54 AM pvsage
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* RuleOfScary: Alfred asks Bruce "Why bats?"

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* RuleOfScary: RuleOfPool: PlayedWith when Bruce and two dates enter a fancy restaurant. The two air-headed bimbos almost immediately take their shoes off and jump into the fountain fully clothed, with Bruce joining them after [[ScrewTheRulesIHaveMoney buying the hotel]].
-->'''Maitre D:''' Sir, the pool is for decoration, and your friends do not have swimwear.
-->'''Bruce Wayne:''' Well, they're European.
-->'''Maitre D:''' I'm going to have to ask you to leave. ''[Bruce writes him a check]'' It is not a question of money.
-->'''Bruce Wayne:''' ''[gives him the check]'' Well, you see, I'm buying this hotel, and uh, setting some new rules about the pool area.
* RuleOfScary:
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Alfred asks Bruce "Why bats?"



** Crane's {{scary scarecrow}} mask.



* SkinnyDipping: PlayedForLaughs when Bruce and two dates enter a fancy restaurant. The two air-headed bimbos almost immediately jump into the fountain and strip.
-->'''Maitre D:''' Sir, the pool is for decoration, and your friends do not have swimwear.
-->'''Bruce Wayne:''' Well, they're European.
-->'''Maitre D:''' I'm going to have to ask you to leave. ''[Bruce writes him a check]'' It is not a question of money.
-->'''Bruce Wayne:''' ''[gives him the check]'' Well, you see, I'm buying this hotel, and uh, setting some new rules about the pool area.
29th Mar '16 4:27:22 AM pvsage
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* RuleOfScary: Alfred asks Bruce "Why bats?"
-->'''Bruce Wayne''': Bats frighten me. It's time my enemies shared my dread.



* SelfDeprecation: Bruce Wayne mentioned that Batman "clearly has issues". Justified since he kinda has to do that in order to maintain his secret identity as Batman.

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* SelfDeprecation: Bruce Wayne mentioned that Batman "clearly has issues". Justified since he kinda has to do that in order to maintain his secret identity as Batman.Batman, and he does have issues with bats.
14th Mar '16 2:21:56 PM Rubber_Lotus
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* AdaptationalVillainy: Comparatively speaking, at least. [[spoiler:Henri Ducard]] was, in the original comics, simply a corrupt cop who served as a SecretKeeper for Batman upon learning who he was. [[spoiler:In this film, he's the BigBad and the real Ra's al Ghul.]]

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* AdaptationalVillainy: Comparatively speaking, at least. [[spoiler:Henri Ducard]] was, in the original comics, simply a corrupt cop [[TheUnfettered ruthless mercenary]] who served as a SecretKeeper for Batman upon learning who he was. [[spoiler:In this film, he's the BigBad and the real Ra's al Ghul.]]
9th Jan '16 3:01:35 PM najhoant
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** If you [[FreezeFrameBonus pause and look carefully]] at the evidence bag with [[spoiler:the Joker playing card at the end of the film]], you can see that the name of the registering officer was [[spoiler:J. Kerr, one of the Joker's known aliases in the comics]].
5th Dec '15 11:04:15 AM TrollBrutal
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* AdaptationalAttractiveness: Creator/CillianMurphy is a considerably more attractive version of Crane's original look from the comics. Flass is an inversion, in the film he is overweight and slobbish, whereas in the comics he was tall, blonde, well-built and tidy.

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* AdaptationalAttractiveness: AdaptationalAttractiveness:
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Creator/CillianMurphy is a considerably more attractive version of Jonathan Crane's original gaunt, long-faced look from the comics. comics.
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Flass is an inversion, in the film he is overweight and slobbish, whereas in the comics he was tall, blonde, well-built and tidy.
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