History Headscratchers / BatmanBegins

24th Mar '16 11:09:14 PM SuperMagneto
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[[folder:Bruce using his Batman voice around Ras in the train sequence]]
* I find it odd that Bruce is talking in his Batman voice even though Ras already figured out his identity.
** He uses his Batman voice when he's being Batman. What's odd about that at all?
*** It's the fact that he does the Batman voice around people who already knows his identity. It may not be a big deal out-of-universe, but in-universe, it must have been awkward for Ras and the others. Don't tell me you would not feel weird if someone you know was doing the voice even after finding out his identity.
24th Mar '16 10:48:10 PM SuperMagneto
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*** It's the fact that he does the Batman voice around people who already knows his identity. It may not be a big deal out-of-universe, but in-universe, it must have been awkward for Ras and the others.

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*** It's the fact that he does the Batman voice around people who already knows his identity. It may not be a big deal out-of-universe, but in-universe, it must have been awkward for Ras and the others. Don't tell me you would not feel weird if someone you know was doing the voice even after finding out his identity.
24th Mar '16 10:45:49 PM SuperMagneto
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*** It's the fact that he does the Batman voice around people who already knows his identity. It may not be a big deal out-of-universe, but in-universe, it must have been awkward for Ras. I'm surprised he wasn't thrown off by it.

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*** It's the fact that he does the Batman voice around people who already knows his identity. It may not be a big deal out-of-universe, but in-universe, it must have been awkward for Ras. I'm surprised he wasn't thrown off by it.Ras and the others.
24th Mar '16 10:41:57 PM SuperMagneto
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*** It's the fact that he does the Batman voice around people who already knows his identity. It may not be a big deal out-of-universe, but in-universe, it must have be awkward for Ras. I'm surprised he wasn't thrown off by it.

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*** It's the fact that he does the Batman voice around people who already knows his identity. It may not be a big deal out-of-universe, but in-universe, it must have be been awkward for Ras. I'm surprised he wasn't thrown off by it.
24th Mar '16 10:41:12 PM SuperMagneto
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* It's the fact he does the Batman voice around people who already knows his identity. It may not be a big deal out-of-universe, but in-universe, it must have been really awkward for Ras.

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* *** It's the fact that he does the Batman voice around people who already knows his identity. It may not be a big deal out-of-universe, but in-universe, it must have been really be awkward for Ras. I'm surprised he wasn't thrown off by it.
24th Mar '16 10:39:38 PM SuperMagneto
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* It's the fact he does the Batman voice around people who already knows his identity. It may not be a big deal out-of-universe, but in-universe, it must have been really awkward for Ras.
24th Mar '16 7:56:56 AM MrDeath
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** He uses his Batman voice when he's being Batman. What's odd about that at all?
23rd Mar '16 10:36:59 PM SuperMagneto
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* I find it odd that Bruce is talking in his Batman voice even though Ras already figured out his identity.
10th Oct '15 9:48:00 AM DoctorNemesis
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** They're the ''police''. They don't get to decide who they pursue or not; for all they know, this guy's headed to attack a preschool next or a church or something. For a real-life example, watch [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XnUoUKEIGoo this footage]] of some guy who stole a tank and went on a rampage a few years back. One of the things you'll notice is a lot of police cars chasing him despite the obvious risks involved. Because, you know, people recklessly driving massive armoured vehicles through the streets and leaving a swathe of destruction in their path is kind of the sort of thing they have to address, even if they don't want to. I know this is Gotham and it doesn't exactly have a police department with a great reputation, but even a corrupt police department in thrall to the local crime boss nevertheless probably realises that some vigilante driving a tank through the streets is probably something they shouldn't just sit back and allow without a token effort at least.

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** They're the ''police''. They don't get to decide who they pursue or not; for all they know, this guy's headed to attack a preschool next or a church or something. For a real-life example, watch [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XnUoUKEIGoo this footage]] of some guy who stole a tank and went on a rampage a few years back. One of the things you'll notice is a lot of police cars chasing him despite the obvious risks involved.involved (albeit from a much safer distance, but then, well, this is still an action movie we're talking about). Because, you know, people recklessly driving massive armoured vehicles through the streets and leaving a swathe of destruction in their path is kind of the sort of thing they have to address, even if they don't want to. I know this is Gotham and it doesn't exactly have a police department with a great reputation, but even a corrupt police department in thrall to the local crime boss nevertheless probably realises that some vigilante driving a tank through the streets is probably something they shouldn't just sit back and allow without a token effort at least.
10th Oct '15 9:46:55 AM DoctorNemesis
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** They're the ''police''. They don't get to decide who they pursue or not; for all they know, this guy's headed to attack a preschool next or a church or something. For a real-life example, watch [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XnUoUKEIGoo this footage]] of some guy who stole a tank and went on a rampage a few years back. One of the things you'll notice is a lot of police cars chasing him despite the obvious risks involved. Because, you know, people recklessly driving massive armoured vehicles through the streets and leaving a swathe of destruction in their path is kind of the sort of thing they have to address, even if they don't want to. I know this is Gotham and it doesn't exactly have a police department with a great reputation, but even a corrupt police department in thrall to the local crime boss nevertheless probably realises that some vigilante driving a tank through the streets is probably something they shouldn't just sit back and allow without a token effort at least.
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