Neanche le critiche americane sono molto entusiastiche. Sembra che questa bolla di sapone sia finalmente esplosa. Adesso si riflette sulla giustizia con frasi come "you die a hero..." ecc.
Il loro problema è questo:
Here’s my problem. It’s the same problem I had after seeing Casino Royale. My wife and I saw "The Dark Knight" quite late in its run, after all the hype. We had a long talk about it afterwards. “Why so serious?” I said. Yeah, yeah, yeah. I get it. Batman is supposed to be “dark”. But, come on. It’s a movie about a rich guy who dresses up like a bat. He does things that no human being possibly could do, no matter how well trained in martial arts, no matter how well equipped. He’d get blown away by some punk with a shotgun his first night out if he pulled that crap. And so a person like that – like Batman (or James Bond) doesn’t belong in the Real World. He belongs in a world of fantasy – like the one of the Avengers – where things like superheroes, super-spies, and flying aircraft carriers could actually exist. My problem with “The Dark Knight” is that it attempts to insert Batman into the real world – but you can’t ride the Batpod down the street at a hundred miles per hour firing missiles to blow up obstacles in your path in the real world. You'd kill innocent people and get obliterated by debris yourself, even if you could somehow fit a missile launcher to a motorcyle and make it work. I wasn’t a big fan of Burton’s Batman movies, but I liked the fact that his Gotham City was a realm of gothic fantasy (it wasn’t supposed to be New York) because that’s the only place where a Batman could exist.
e' un pezzo ben scritto, ma si riferisce al secondo (immagino tu l'abbia fatto apposta)