(Possible spoilers if you haven’t seen Batman Begins - and if you haven’t… well, why the hell not?)
After rewatching all the Nolan Bat movies before the Dark Knight Rises, I discovered a few interesting tidbits that I wanted to mention. In this scene in Batman Begins, where Bruce Wayne is asked to kill the captured convict, he refuses, and says he cannot kill, for it wouldn’t make him any better than the convict. When the guano hits the fan, he proceeds to kill Ra’s al Ghul (albeit a fake one) and at least 100 Ninja’s.
So Batman lesson 1: No Killing - Unless you’re fighting 100 Ninja’s then kill and get your ass out of there!
*I love the Nolan Batman movies, this is merely a observation and not criticism.
Anything to add?
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- kenoverboard answered: he doesn’t kill them, he just doesn’t save them. happens again at the end with ra’s al ghul on the train.
- lordzalzabar answered: If ninja’s can’t survive an exploding house they don’t deserve to be ninjas.
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- thepainofmind answered: I think his intention was to create distraction (i.e the burning dojo) a lesson taught to him by the league.
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