…that I keep thinking about over and over again. I’m not going to post the actual scene because I don’t wish to spoil it for anyone who hasn’t seen it yet, and anyone who has seen it would probably be surprised by my infatuation with the scene in question. It can’t even really be called a “scene” at all; it’s more like a shot, a few frames that last, oh, 3 seconds or so toward the end of the film. But, man, I keep thinking about it, and it’s really cutting down to my core.
I have an emotional investment in the Batman character. People who know me in real life know that I relate most things to Batman, much of my conversation revolves around Batman—I even have a Batman tattoo that covers 3/4 of my arm. So when that scene hits the big screen, I just turn into a baby. It’s something that’s been featured in several comics, especially recent events such asBlackest Night, but something about seeing it in motion with sound, man, I love it. The more I think about it, the more it fills me with this strange feeling. I don’t know what the emotion is, but it’s terrible and wonderful at the same time.
I think that’s a testament to Christopher Nolan’s trilogy.