Originally Posted by Mickeroo
The realism in batman is no different to Iron Man, he performs feats equally as impossible in both batman movies, the tone is darker, but that's all.
Originally Posted by Sad Professor
For example, as already mentioned, a man falling several stories onto a car and surviving is not realistic.
I'm not makign a case that nolan's Batman is realistic. It isn't.
But it's no where near the level of Ironman.
Falling on to the car is one thing, but the idea that a human could fly around in a suit at mach speed and not be turned into mush is nonsense. Even ignoring the impact from landing and crashes which alone would kill him (he fell on a car from a lot higher than a few stories), even flying and turning at those speeds would mess him up.
People might moan about the technology behind the 3D sonar not being possible, which is true. But starks chest generator
Basically runs the suit on nothing, is a far bigger leap of faith.
The obvious answer is that the suit is so hi tech - which is nonsense.
his skeleton would be crushed - but ignoring that he was blasted miles away with when escaping the cave in Iraq and that was in a low tech suit.
Using Iron-man and thor for justification of TDKR being allowed to take it further is silly. i for one will be disappointed if Nolan takes TKDR much further into the fantasy world. a little past TDK would be ok, but not much.