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Shinobu just got out of her match and I'm looking for some wins or losses to add to her record, she is a serious fighter and is looking for more straight forward fights, she could be a good match up against other "martial artist" type characters looking for a challenge or she could stand up to a violent heel, anything works.
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Interesting view there Tat " title="Smile" /> but it was the stunning finale to the franchise, where Batman sacrificed himself by death, for Bruce Wayne lives on. Kinda the thing most superhero movies fail to do correctly, but TDKR hammered it out of the park perfectly.
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That being said, I still prefer the second one.
The plot of Rises was a tad predictable, and while they really drove it home you could kinda tell what was going to happen at certain points through the movie. I remember seeing Dark Knight in the theaters and the excitement cause you never knew what was going to happen next, which I suppose is needed for a movie with the Joker.
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- [quote="robotcorp":jo023jk8][quote="Tatyina":jo023jk8]Actually, the more I discuss it with people, the less fond of it I become. I think that in the end DKR sacrifised the quality of the trilogy as a whole for the sake of completing it. Sure, it tied up everything in a neat little package, but was it worth it? I'm not sure.
Anne Hthaway as The Cat was probably the shining moment of the movie, IMO.
Bane was about 75% fuckin awesome and 25% shit.
Despite my criticism, I still think it's a good movie. I'd say 7/10 will probbly end up seeing it again in theatres but then again, not sure if want.
Interesting view there Tat but it was the stunning finale to the franchise, where Batman sacrificed himself by death, for Bruce Wayne lives on. Kinda the thing most superhero movies fail to do correctly, but TDKR hammered it out of the park perfectly.
And then Riddler and Clayface show up and murder Gotham.
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