Batman Essay

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Batman Essay

Everyone enjoys the story of the super hero vigilante Batman, and Christopher Nolan did a great job at creating a more modern and realistic series of films (Batman Begins, The Dark Night, and The Dark Night Rises). With them being more modern its makes things easier for us to relate too. I also believe Nolan did this to try and give the audience a a more relatable perspective to our own world and reality. This type of comparison can really begin to expose the subliminal messages of what the director is trying to say as well as portray. The trilogy isn’t just about three stories being turned into films, these stories both have meaning and purpose. What caught my eye the most was a scene in Batman Begins where Bruce and Alfred are speaking on the plane, Bruce says “People meed dramatic examples to shake them out of apathy and I cants do that as Bruce Wayne. As a man, I am flesh an blood; I can be ignored or destroyed. But as a symbol I can be incorruptible, I can be everlasting” by being a symbol, batman is everlasting. And as a symbol its not about who you are, but the actions you make, its about what you have done and what you stand for in the end. Christopher Nolan uses Batman as that dramatic example you can change the world, all it takes one person and it truly can be anyone. In the trilogy, Bruce Wayne creates as well as becomes that symbol that Batman stands for. Christopher Nolan successfully made batman a symbol so that he cannot be incorruptible and with that his legacy continues to be everlasting. On top of that, as a symbol he isn’t seen by the people as a living person like you and me. Batman was created by Bruce Wayne not only to protect his identity but also to keep him with that super hero vision as being incorruptible but Bruce would not have been able to stop such evil as he did without Batman being an extension of himself. After watching the trilogy and seeing the final, the Dark Night Rises it reminds me of a quote by Ra's Al...
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