Tear Jerker: The Dark Knight Saga
I know the rage that drives you; that impossible anger strangling the grief until the memory of your loved one is just poison in your veins. And then, you catch yourself wishing for the person you loved to never have existed so you'd be spared your pain.
While The Dark Knight Saga
is better known for its epic
moments, it has some memorable emotionally-intense moments as well.
- Ducard's Freudian Excuse, especially in light of the actor who played him going through something similiar since the movie came out.
- When Bruce's parents died. Although the scene has been done many times; it is still saddening to see young Bruce lose his parents. And Bruce telling Alfred he blamed himself.
Bruce: I miss them, Alfred. I miss them so much.
Alfred: So do I, Master Bruce. So do I.
- Alfred(Michael Caine) admonishing Bruce regarding his cavalier attitude toward his public image:
Bruce Wayne: We need to send these people away now.
Alfred Pennyworth: Those are Bruce Wayne's guests out there, sir. You have a name to maintain.
Bruce Wayne: I don't care about my name.
Alfred Pennyworth: It's not just your name, sir! It's your father's name! And it's all that's left of him. Don't destroy it.
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