Since Batman’s emotional arc was tied up around Rachel, we see her rescue as a cathartic end to the scene, but it’s actually a failure for the hero.Well, it is if he doesn’t find a way to return to the fray and save everyone else in peril. Did Batman just decide to head home for the night and watch some DVDs with Alfred?
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They pointed out a ridiculous, logic-bending plot hole that just about ruins the entire film for me.
It’s lazy storytelling that makes no sense, and it’s a laughably bad misstep. Many films are riddled with plot holes, and everyone knows has more than its fair share of narrative hiccups, but this particular plot hole cracks me up to this day. When I try to imagine a plausible explanation, it plays out like a grim sketch. And if Ledger’s Joker decided to just peace out from the party, why not include that to show his utter capriciousness? ” (Though here, I mean give me an actual storytelling beat as opposed to a sweet bass line.) Still, why does this specific plot hole spoil the movie for me?
Because other action films pride themselves on showing us the unbelievable. A huge part of its charm is how grounded it is in reality.
I think about this dumb-dumb plot hole and how it would have been easy to fix with a quick cut to a 10 second scene of the Joker leaving the party with a joke, scaring everyone with his unpredictability.
I have spent the last 10 years thinking about this and I dare say I will spend the next decade of my life thinking about it even more.
They are avalanches of magic and sci-fi mumbo jumbo. Nolan wants us to believe that a Batman can be real, but how real can he be if he ignores a room full of hostages?