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The Death of Batman (2003)

Batman is captured, held prisoner, and tortured by a petty thief who has a score to settle.

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Batman is captured, held prisoner, and tortured by a petty thief who has a score to settle.

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Louise Bale played Martha Wayne in this film while her younger brother Christian Bale later played her son Bruce Wayne / Batman in Batman Begins (2005), The Dark Knight (2008) and The Dark Knight Rises (2012). See more »

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Should never have been made
3 April 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Batman is a detective; he wouldn't make a mistake by thinking the punk was part of the gang that he had busted. and batman couldn't be taken down by a tazer. it wouldn't work on his suit, plus bruce wayne is prepared for eventualities. batman/bruce wayne isn't cocky("I hate it when they put up a fight"). even if a tazer had some effect, it wouldn't make him unable to make a move against the punk. bruce blames himself for his parents death so he wouldn't kill himself because a punk took his own life, or kill himself because he was raped/got aids. and he certainly wouldn't OD. he wouldn't lower himself to that level. the film's story is dark(the only good point), but too dark to the point of lame in how it portrayed batman. the person who made the film obviously hates batman and wants to discredit the character(and is probably more of a marvel fan). it should not have been made.


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