Victorian Squid wrote:
Love the fanboy defensiveness.
When you use Rotten Tomatoes scores to try and prove a film's quality, you've already lost an intellectual battle.
When you try and make sweeping statements about curses based on personal opinion, there's no intellectual battle. There's just you looking like a retard who compares one of the best reviewed and received movies of the year to Batman & Robin
Quality is subjective. But if you really want to have some sort of debate about whether or not DKR broke the curse, you really can't do it without some sort of arbiter, otherwise it's just a bunch of people all saying different things and it's a clusterfuck.
You can agree or disagree with the end result of the Rotten Tomatoes scores.. but generally, public opinion (which RT also scores) and an aggregate score of reviews.. shines a positive light on DKR.
DKR haters can stick their heads in the sand as much as they want, but the majority of people seemed to have liked this movie quite a bit. 92% of 450,000 users liked it on RT, at least.
And in comparison to the previous Nolan Batman movies, I think the difference in scores are pretty accurate to how I would rank the movies.
The Dark Knight - 94
The Dark Knight Rises - 87
Batman Begins - 85